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Scrabble (game)

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  • 'Liar & Spy'

    'Liar & Spy'
    'Liar & Spy' By Rebecca Stead Wendy Lamb Books, $15.99, ages 9-12 The neatest books often begin cryptically. Rebecca Stead's first chapter, titled "The Science Unit of Destiny," begins like this: "There's this totally false map of the human tongue."...
  • How to choose and set up a system

    How to choose and set up a system
    For decades children have gotten enjoyment out of playing video games. Now as technology and interests have evolved game systems aren't just for the young anymore, but also for the young at heart. Want to get in on the game? Here's what you need to...
  • Book review: 'I Remember Nothing and Other Reflections' by Nora Ephron

    Book review: 'I Remember Nothing and Other Reflections' by Nora Ephron
    I Remember Nothing and Other Reflections Nora Ephron Alfred A. Knopf: 142 pp., $22.95 It's good to be Nora Ephron. When you're Nora Ephron, you can get Meryl Streep, who once played a fictionalized version of you, to star as Julia Child in your...
  • Book review: 'Full Dark, No Stars'

    Book review: 'Full Dark, No Stars'
    The first Stephen King book I ever read was "Different Seasons," a set of four novellas published in 1982. It's a hell of a collection, featuring " Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption," "Apt Pupil" and "The Body," the last of which inspired the 1986...
  • No kids, but yet also no sure answers

    No kids, but yet also no sure answers
    We're at Cirque du Soleil on the beach, amazed and giggling and holding hands. It's a children's wonderland. We're not children — my husband and I are in our 40s. But we're having the time of our lives, until we recognize a couple we know across the...
  • Michael Phelps doesn't want your Words With Friends request

    Michael Phelps doesn't want your Words With Friends request
    For a few moments this weekend, the world thought they had a chance to go head to head with Michael Phelps -- on Words With Friends, that is. The Olympian accidentally revealed his screen name for the game, sending it out to his nearly 200,000 Twitter...
  • 'Real Housewives of New York City' recap, London vs. NYC

    'Real Housewives of New York City' recap, London vs. NYC
    Watch out London -- the much-anticipated vacation has arrived and the first half of the trip seems to be going a lot smoother than we expected. The London crew LuAnn, Carole, and Sonja arrive in London only to be greeted by a lovely British gentleman...
  • Funky Junky high heels: picturesque and painless!

     
    What woman doesn't love high-heel shoes? Thoes created by Longwood artist Lori Mirisola have an advantage over most high heels: They will never hurt your feet! In fact, they are not even intended to be worn. But they do make unusual decorative accents.&#...
  • The future of writing on tablets: A Q&A with Information Architects

     
    Information Architect's Writer app for iPad...
  • Zynga, maker of FarmVille on Facebook, buys Newtoy in play for mobile

     
    Showing it is highly focused on conquering mobile the way it has the personal computer, Zynga Game Network Inc., the biggest maker of games on Facebook Inc. including FarmVille, said Thursday it had bought Texas mobile-game company Newtoy Inc. Newtoy........
  • Just blet it

     
    I had a blog, which I called It Is a Word, that I abandoned for this blog. In that blog, I looked for and published real-life sightings of the type of perfectly legal Scrabble plays (suq, cwm, al, ka) that......