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The One That (Re)Started It All

Originally published on 8/28/14 at The Nerd In The Box (thenerdinthebox.com)

One day, a few years ago, my future roommate and cohort Jack randomly surprised me with the toy pictured above, a set of Ghostbusters Minimates, by the company Diamond Select Toys. 285 more words

Toys

review: K'Nex K-Force Build and Blast K-10X

I would like to acknowledge that K’Nex does fall slightly outside of the scope of this website, originally devoted to examining “plastic building block systems.” For the uninitiated, K’Nex is a toy construction system that’s reminiscent of Tinkertoy (and Lego Technic, to a lesser degree). 661 more words

Review

FAO Schwarz Wrapping Up Negotiations for Xmas 2016 Opening in Times Square

Iconic toy store FAO Schwarz is in serious negotiations to move its flagship from Fifth Avenue to a smaller, sleek space in the Crossroads of the World, Commercial Observer has learned. 315 more words

Leases

SDCC 2015: Toys"R"Us' Lineup Of Exclusive Convention Toys

Toys”R”Us has revealed its lineup of exclusive figures and playthings that will be available at the highly anticipated San Diego Comic Convention. You can get these must have items at the Entertainment Earth booth ( 910 more words

Conventions

Gap and Old Navy Find Side-by-Side Homes in Times Square

Gap Inc. inked two new retail leases on Thursday night for about half of the monster-sized space occupied by Toys ‘R’ Us in Times Square, the landlord’s broker told Commercial Observer, in a deal that includes building a third floor for… 301 more words

Leases

Gap taking over Toys 'R' Us' Times Square flagship store

Toys “R” Us is set to abandon its flagship megastore in the heart of New York City’s Times Square, as Gap has signed the lease for the gigantic 110,000-square-foot space, the companies confirmed Friday. 356 more words

Retail

Toddler Wars: Playground etiquette for parents

Toddler wars are a daily feature in our lives right now.  If we’re in a public place and there are kids around you can bet your bottom dollar that the toddler will end up in some kind of scrap or another.   676 more words