MiMegasite pimps business game Zodiak. (source)

The Kuwaiti Times pimps the designers of Al-Dallal, an Arabic version of Monopoly. (source)

The Akron Beacon Journal pimps Doggone Grief. (source)

Sify (an Indian news source) pimps Kanaka Ananth, creator of board games based on ancient Indian mythology. (source)

WFAA in Dallas pimps Janice Stahl, designer of the TAKS game. (source)

Kotaku pimps Carcassonne for the iPad. (source)

The Canada Leader-Post pimps gaming at the Flatland Fantasy convention, including The Settlers of Catan. (source)

The Winnipeg Free Press pimps Ed­mund Jag, a game collector, and Desi Scarpone, author of Board Games and More Board Games collectors guides. (source)

The NY Times pimps Judit Polgar, the top rated woman Chess player ever (and sister to grandmaster Susan and international master Sofia). (source)

The LA Times pimps senior-citizens and their Bridge club. (source)

It’s another board game craft project challenge from Craftster. (source)

The Kenosha News pimps Larry Cockrell and his new Blackjack variant, Quick Seven. (source) Yes, it’s patented.

The Calgary herald notes that the Western Hockey League is playing a lot of the card game Kaiser on the road. (source)