The Cambridge News pimps The War on Terror, after the BBC series on board games did the same. (source)

The Wilmington Star News pimps sports board games, including APBA, Dynasty League Baseball, Strat-O-Matic, and Replay. (source)

The Wall Street Journal pimps The Settlers of Catan in Silicon Valley. (source) Other sources follow suit, such as the Inquisitor. (source)

The Orange County Register pimps Brett Siciliano and his MMA game. (source)

Dane 101 pimps a decade’s worth of games, including Citadels, Princes of Florence, the Commands & Colors system, the Age of Steam games, cooperative games such as Pandemic and Battlestar Galactica, Twilight Struggle, tile laying games such as Alhambra and Carcassonne, worker placement games such as Agricola and Le Havre, Puerto Rico, the Ticket to Ride series, Power Grid, Dominion, and Wits And Wagers. (source)

Nerd News pimps game designer Alan Moon in an interview. (source)

Mercury News (and others) pimp Grateful Dead-opoly. (source) Mercury News also pimps games in general, including Pandemic, Loaded Questions Expansion, Mobopoly, Ninja Versus Ninja, Backseat Drawing, Monopoly City, and Word on the Street; and disses Sort It Out, Smart Ass, Killer Bunnies (like the ST staff writers with Incan Gold, they dissed it because they couldn’t understand the rules), Clue: Secrets and Spies, and Yamodo. (source)

The Connecticut Valley Advocate pimps local games, including Pillage & Plunder, Storymatic, and Bone Wars: The Game of Ruthless Paleontology. (source)

Board Game News is pimping for money and game donations to send to US troops. (source)