LEGOs have come a long way since they were invented in 1932. No longer are they simply small, plastic bricks for kids to build rectangular cars that would never be practical in the real world, they've become part of pop culture as the basis for countless video games, and one of the best movies ever. But despite all that, at the end of the day, they're still simply small, plastic bricks kids of al
I don't know about your kids, but my boys are all about Legos. We have thousands of Lego pieces in huge bins all over the house. My youngest is building one of the main space ships from Star Wars with a new Lego set he just got and wants to make a video with it when he is done that I will undoubtedly have to shoot.....uuuuggghhh!
If you are looking for fun for young and old alike the next few days, check out some of these exciting things Evansville has to offer:
12th Annual Haynie's Corner Art Festival
When: September 27, 2014
Where: Haynie's Corner Art District, S...
Christina Stephens has changed Legos forever by actually building her own prosthetic leg using nothing but Lego blocks she found in her basement. Stephens lost her foot last year and a co-worker jokingly suggested she make a leg out of Legos. Stephens took the joke as a challenge and did just that.
Lego toys have always been for both girls and boys -- but boys, in general, seem to enjoy them more. Why? Because they are marketed to boys. But, now, Legos has decided to make 'girl' blocks and the controversy begins...