This weekend in Philadelphia, gamers got the chance to play a version of the classic video game Tetris on a one-of-a-kind platform: the side of a skyscraper. In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the game, the organizers of Philly Tech Week worked to recreate the geometric-inspired time-killer on the side of the 29-story Cira Center. The 100,000-spuare-foot screen—made from thousands of LED lights—was an effort to break a world record last set by a game of Pong on the side of the same building. A lottery was used to select the lucky few gamers, who won the chance to have an entire city collectively judge their Tetris strategy ... Discuss

Admittedly, until we saw this video of an elderly gentleman practicing with his nunchucks in a grocery store parking lot (with some phenomenal live commentary), we were not familiar with the YouTube channel of Rev. Aamon R. Miller. Though many of his videos are sermons from St. Peter Baptist Church in Virginia, “Kung Fu Grandpa in Food Lion Parking Lot” puts the Reverend’s masterful play-by-play commentary ability on full display … Discuss