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This Is How the Arcade Survives in 2015
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Sometime between 1996 and 2002, the concept of the video arcade finally died out completely. There were no flowers or heartfelt eulogies. In fact, its demise was so ignoble that it's essentially impossible to put an exact date on it.
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Haruki Murakami’s Early Stories Aren’t Just For Superfans
Cats, jazz and wild dreams make up the writer’s beautiful novellas.
8 Things to Do in Vegas after 8 p.m. (Beyond the Clubs and Casinos)
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From art walks to rollercoaster rides, the city's after-hours offerings are as diverse as the international crowds coming to visit.
Pinball Gets A Cool Overhaul
Game Over For National Pinball Museum
The Life And Death Of The American Arcade
8 Reasons to Love Bars
Leah Odze Epstein
Co-founder of The Drinking Diaries blog
When you're at a bar, people don't want to hear that you're doing "great." They want to hear a story.
WATCH: Building Transformed Into Pinball Machine
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What the Loss of the Pinball Museum Says About D.C.
President, R Street
A pinball museum -- one of only two in the world to my knowledge -- is the sort of quirky, interesting, attraction that gives a city real vitality.
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PHOTOS: National Pinball Museum Moving To Baltimore
When The Streets Are Your Pinball Machine
SHORT FILM: The City As Giant Pinball Machine
Retro Arcade Museum In Beacon May Reopen
The Lesbian Chronicles 2
Katharine Angelina Love
Mother of one alpha daughter,currently living in Toronto with ...
Inside of me lives a very young girl that has feigned dead for most of my life. That little girl stayed silent to protect me, and as a survivor mechanism it worked well, but I now need to be present for my young self, I do not want to stay hidden and silent any longer.
Top 5 Unique Date Ideas in NYC
Food/Drink/Travel Writer, Avid Cyclist/Runner, Food Truck Chaser
"So... you want to go watch a movie?"
Admit it. You have heard this phrase way too many times. In NYC, where there are so many unique activities besides passively watching a movie, just say a polite "No" the next time you hear this question and suggest one of the following options.
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