A former carny kid casts an insider's eye on the world's most famous beach amusement park
A knack for creating fun, winnable, and visually enthralling midway games
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Charitable competitions produce remarkable feats of Canstruction®
Childhood trips to a wholesale house of carnival novelties in Boston inspire an interest in Japan and Japanese writing
Having a father who earned his living selling popcorn at carnivals made life a lot more interesting than school
Seasoned sword swallowers open up about their death-defying profession
Legendary families bring high-thrill entertainment to parks
An Empire State carousel maker's dream machine is almost set to spin
For one fairground art collector it's always a banner year
Four students from Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center are paving the way for a new generation of extraordinary interactive and technology-driven experiences.
Within earshot of the frenetic midway, children of traveling carnival workers are getting a serious education
Career-changers who yearn to travel and own their own business, working as much or as little as they like
Searching for the spirit of the great escape artist in his American hometown
Sleuthing the mysteries of Gillette's Castle in Connecticut
A developer has plans for a former asylum beside Manhattan
Are Quonsets, steel hangar-like huts left over from WW II, worth preserving?
Stories for Children
"A tribute to the role of the bicycle in women's history...humorously told...wittily illustrated," Children's Book Bulletin (UK)
A gem of early modernism by the Japanese Dadaist Inagaki Taruho