i-Brix Wireless Powered Lego Light System Kickstarter

Adding lights to Lego builds is something that most longtime builders have attempted to tackle at one point or another.  It usually ends up being something clunky that looks pretty bad and doesn’t even

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Retiring Set: Arendelle Castle Celebration (41068)

Arendelle Castle Celebration is pulled from Frozen, the insanely popular Disney movie released in 2013.  The set was originally released in December 2015 and has some features from the original movie

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Lego Boost Available for Pre-order

Lego has opened pre-orders on their children's programmable set, Boost.  Boost is aimed at younger children than its other programmable line, Mindstorms.  The base Boost set contains the blocks

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LEGO Macintosh Classic powered by Raspberry Pi

Flickr User Benjamin Bertrand just posted a ridiculously cool build he made with a Raspberry Pi to form an old school iMac out of bricks. The whole set is here and worth checking out: https://www.f...

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Near Virginia at the end of this month?

For anyone in the Virginia area May 30 or 31,  Troop 39 and WamaLTC are hosting the third annual Scouting for Bricks event. From their website: Come see amazing LEGO displays of castles, civil war scenes,

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BrickScouts T-Shirts

The  180th Pacific Coast Scout Group is raising money to support their Rover Scouts by selling the awesome looking design you see here. It is being offered in a wide range of colours. This group and this

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Turkey Roast

Today I came across this delightful little camping scene including a turkey roasting on an open fire: This picture is buried deep in this post on EuroBricks but trust me, the fun details in the scenes

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BrickScout Camp

Scouter Bradley from Washington State built a BrickScouts (USA) camp at BrickCon in Seattle the weekend before last. Nice to chat with him again while I was there. I love the swimming area floats and

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Family Camping on Cuusoo

Saw this little gem on the Cuusoo website today. A nice little family camping scene that could be made into a real LEGO set if enough people support it. I hope to get a BrickScouts set up sometime but

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BrickScouts on Both Coasts

BrickScouts on both sides of the North American Continent! This campsite on the Pacific Coast was spotted by Thomas Rafert in Portland Oregon at BricksCascade this past weekend.

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