At about the same time Kevin Woods had his customer service job outsourced to another country, he realized he had a house full of Lego bricks and Minifigs.
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The staff at the Yellowstone Art Museum is seeking help identifying four vandals who damaged the giant Lego sign Monday night that was promoting “The Art of the Brick” exhibit.
Gabriel Hink of Gabriel's Toys provides his thoughts on why certain toys continue to be sought after even into adulthood.
They want your LEGOs!
When Kevin Woods was thinking about a career change, he decided to harness his longtime fascination with Legos. Woods left a career in information technology and recently opened Bricks and Minifigs, a franchise retail store at 1911 King Ave. W., Suite 9.
One of the Lego robots made by the Germ Busters team from the Food Factor Challenge from the recent Lego First Robotics League Competition Tuesday.
Infection Detection team members David Lockrem, 11, left, and Brendan Miller, 10, center, and Germ Busters team member Jacob Halligan, 11, play with their Lego robots from the Food Factor Challenge from the recent Lego First Robotics League Competition Tuesday.
Germ Busters team member Quinn Sanderson, 10, talks about the Food Factor Challenge with her mother, Sara, and brother, North, 7, as teams celebrate their awards in the recent Lego First Robotics League Competition Tuesday.