The Jewish Chronicle pimps … er, features an article on Train, Brenda Brathwaite’s art piece on complicity during the Holocaust. (source)

WVIR pimps Betrayal at House on the Hill in time for Halloween. (source)

The Mumbai Mirror pimps a new Indian version of Pictionary. (source)

Treehugger pimps ecologically themed games, including Earthopoly, Head1Liners, The Wild Seed Game, Bioviva, Gaia’s Garden, two editions of Liebrary, and buying games used. (source)

Hasbro pimped a National Game Playing Week in Ireland this week, so the Irish Independent responded with two pieces. One pimps board games in general, including Arkham Horror and Castle Ravenloft (source), and other pimps the games Monopoly, Buckaroo, Cluedo, Guess Who?, Simon, Operation, Dungeon & And Dragons, and Snakes & Ladders. (source)

The Philippines GMA News pimps the open gaming meets of the Alliance of Eclectic Gamers and Interactive Storytellers. (source)

New York Magazine tells us about the games that famed game geek Rich Sommer pimped on his coworkers at Mad Men, including 1960: Making of the President, Mr President, Backgammon, Hive, and Hearts. (source)

The Wall Street Journal gives a throwaway line about the founder of RapLeaf Auren Hoffman and his love of The Settlers of Catan. (source)

The Wichita Eagle pimps Scrabble Flash, Loopz, Twister Hoopla (also recently featured on Ellen), Monopoly Revolution, Cuponk, Cranium 2.0, and Bezzerwizzer. (source)

Fox Toledo pimps Bob Schwamberger and his turn to making Cornhole boards to supplement his income. (source)