It is with great pleasure that we share our newest shirts with you! These images are inspired by a trio of iconic NES/Famicom box art and designed by local artist Kat Lamp(!). They also feature our furry mascot, Mao, stealing the spotlight. Do you recognize these games? Shirts are on sale now and are $12
When Lost Ark opened in 2011, one of the first photos posted to Facebook was of a fluffy tortoise-shell cat sitting in a box of Famicom games. The cat in the photo is Mao, an abandoned stray adopted from an SPCA sponsored adoption center. When I met her, she was 4 years old with health
Our most recently shipment of Gundam Model kits have arrived! Pardon our mess; we just have Gundam galore!
We recently wrapped up our holiday food drive to benefit local Triad non-profit Food Assistance Inc. Thanks everyone for all of your donations to Food Assistance Inc. over the last month. We dropped everything off at their warehouse it will go to families and seniors in need throughout Guilford County. We really appreciate it.
By Steven T. Wright Photography by Steven T. Wright SEPTEMBER 14, 2015 Originally at Playboy.com (Excerpt) Greensboro, North Carolina is a city that never actually begins. Its seemingly endless sprawl of drab strip malls and gussied-up fast food joints remind me of the years I spent driving around the outskirts of Atlanta, where the trees
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Even in an age of video games with cutting edge graphics, pinball is still popular. People at Lost Ark Video Games in Greensboro hosted a pinball tournament on Saturday. FOX8’s Danny Harnden has more in the video above. Originally At myfox8.com