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Parents Play: A little something for the holidays

Big things can, as the old saying goes, come in small packages. And with the holidays almost upon us, here are some new games that fit neatly into small boxes …

Sorry, but game night here to stay

Elton John sings, “Sorry seems to be the hardest word,” but in my family, Sorry is the board game we played during every visit to my grandparent’s house. That’s right; …

Updated Monopoly, Life and other board games put to test

I still remember the wintry afternoon in my childhood when my dad put houses and hotels on Park Place and Broadway – effectively bankrupting my brother and me. Those were …

Penny-pinching families go back to board games

MIAMI – Generating revenue in a recession is a difficult game, but a Miami entrepreneur has made the right moves in a growing industry: board games. Eric Poses rolled the …

High cost of entertainment brings revival of board games

Staying in is the new going out. The state of the economy seems to worsen daily, so more families are staying at home, trying to find ways to bond without …