With a variety of articles on many of the aspects of the LEGO hobby, interviews with people who have impacted the hobby or community, building tips and instructions, and other fun things, BrickJournal will be an outreach to the public - introducing the LEGO hobby by showcasing the best the community has to offer! For those wondering what I am up to, I started a blog: here. You can get summaries of each issue here. Subscriptions are now available here!
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Brick Journal No. 61 features Norton74 Food Stands
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