Jennie Geisler, food blogger for The Erie-Times, promotes Euchre. (source)

Joshua Kosman, music critic for the SF Chronicle, and board game geek, promotes his top games for this year, including Atlantis Treasure, Forbidden Island, Wacky Wacky West, Dweebies, Lemming Mafia, Panic Tower, Word On The Street Junior, 10 Days in the Americas, Wits & Wagers Family, Scrabble Flash, Ubongo Extreme, Stir ’em Up, U-Build Connect 4, Funglish, Fictionaire, Sounds Like a Plan, Trivial Pursuit Bet You Know It, 5 Second Rule, Dicecapades: Outnumbered, Guinness World Records The Board Game, Macao, Lords of Vegas, Small World: Expansion Sets, Egizia, Catan Histories: Settlers Of America – Trails To Rails, Tri Cross, Rattus, Witch of Salem, Albion, Nuns on the Run, and Loopit. (source)

The Kansas City Star promotes its list of good new games, including Trivial Pursuit Bet You Know It, Monopoly Revolution, Wits & Wagers Family, The Game of Life 50th Anniversary, Nab It, Scrabble Flash, and Sorry Spin.

Keith Law, an ESPN sports writer writing in Mental Floss, not only wrote about Settlers, he also wrote a series on the history of board games. (part 1, part 2, part 3).

The York Region Media Group promotes George Ward and his friend Mike Ross’s game Syl-la-bles. (source) His pitch for funding on Dragon’s Den will be aired in the next few weeks.

The Chicago Sun-Times rather blatantly promotes the toy and game store Marbles: The Brain Store. (source)

The National Posts promotes TriBond. (source)

The Washington Post promotes The Settlers of Catan as this generation’s Monopoly. (source)

Meanwhile, the Chicago Tribune promotes the film Under the Boardwalk, which is all about Monopoly. (source)

Will Radcliffe, author of the book Noggle Stones, is cross-promoting a new edition of his book with a card game from TOG based on the book. (source)

The Murray County News promotes a patriotic board game with crayons and trivia questions about the US from Hometown USA Family Fun Board Games. (source)