Games During the Clampdown

We have all experienced an increase in board games, card games and other at-home activities during these strange days. I have written before about other great activities, and here are ... Continue Reading →

Virtual Murder Mystery – Red Herring Provides Laughs During the Current Clampdown

We were trying to figure out how to celebrate my birthday, and a British company had a great solution. Red Herring has been providing kits for murder mystery parties for years, and ... Continue Reading →

Dads and Grads 2019 – Gift Giving Guide

Every year late Spring brings the dilemma of choosing gifts for graduates and fathers. To help guide you through the thicket of options, here are some suggestions.   Leather Original ... Continue Reading →

Santa’s Eclectic Holiday Gift Giving Guide 2018

Folks have been asking me for a couple weeks about my suggestions for cool Christmas gifts. I have dutifully held off publishing my annual list until Thanksgiving. Back in the day the ... Continue Reading →

E3 Brief: Not seeing in 3D, but playing in 3D

E3 Brief: Not seeing in 3D, but playing in 3D The games have gone to another dimension of interface While the people were cheering next door for basketball and film ... Continue Reading →


FIGHT THE HALO HUNGER Xbox 360 owners with a penchant for blasting bad guys and eradicating extraterrestrial races are undoubtedly awaiting the arrival of Halo 3, the third installment ... Continue Reading →


PLAYSTATION IN YOUR POCKET Portable gaming is hotter than ever, especially now that Nintendo and Sony are supporting our favorite on-the-go pastime with new hardware and games.  ... Continue Reading →


BLOODY GOOD TIME So, you’ve mastered Gears of War on “Insane” mode, you’ve invested 75-plus hours questing your  butt off in the The Legend of Zelda: Twilight ... Continue Reading →