Posted on 7/22/2019 1:06 PM By Ken Suarez
Want a new and exciting way to get your employees out of the office and strengthen their relationships? Escape rooms have become a favorite corporate team building experience over the past few years. These challenging puzzles not only offer a fun way to get the team out of the office and learn more about each other but also have team-building exercises built right in!
Posted on 1/28/2019 4:00 AM By Ken Suarez
In the 1920’s, President Hoover actually expanded the FBI following prohibition as organized crime sprang into existence trafficking alcohol. John Dillinger, a famous mobster, was even taken down by the FBI. Mobsters flourished for the next 40 years, and by the 1960’s there were more than twenty mob families around the country generating roughly 7 billion dollars in revenue. Over the years, we all came to know famous mobsters like Bugsy Siegel, Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, Whitey Bulger, and more.
Posted on 10/3/2018 4:00 AM By SuperUser Account
The leaves are beginning to fall, and there is a chill in the air. The nights are getting long and dark as the Halloween season is upon us.
Posted on 7/23/2018 4:00 AM By Ken Suarez
Looking for a fun group activity that not only challenges your detective skills but brings you closer together? Look no further than our Atlantis escape room for your next group outing. You’ll have one hour to find the lost city of Atlantis and escape before it’s too late!
Posted on 6/1/2018 4:00 AM By Ken Suarez
It's that time of the year again—time to celebrate all the graduates in your life! Whether it's a family member who's graduating from high school or your own child that's made it successfully through college, this is a momentous occasion that needs and deserves to be celebrated!
Posted on 1/25/2018 12:08 PM By SuperUser Account
It’s been one of those weeks. You found out the overpass is closed on your way to work Monday morning and it took an extra 20 minutes to get there; every day. Monday night your mother needed you to come over and help her find the remote control; for the VCR she can’t rent tapes for anymore.
Posted on 1/18/2018 12:06 PM By Ken Suarez
Escapology has long been the practice of escaping from restraints and other traps such as straitjackets, hand cuffs, coffins, barrels, steel boxes and more. Here are some of the best known escapologists in history. Dorothy Dietrich best known as the first and only woman to have performed the bullet catch in her mouth, and the first woman to perform a straitjacket escape while suspended hundreds of feet in the air from a burning rope. She was the first woman to break the glass ceiling for women in the field of escapes. Doug Henning, despite being Canadian, managed to gain prominence for performing the famous water torture escape on a live television special.
Posted on 1/4/2018 12:02 PM By Ken Suarez
Another year filled with promise, adventure, and hopefully success. Standing at the starting line of 2018, you believe anything is possible. After the ball dropped and we all squealed with delight and toasted the New Year, the future looked so bright. When you woke up Monday morning, grateful to have the day off to recover, 2018 was too bright on the eyes and for some of you smarting from that hangover. After closing the blinds, and showering off 2017’s regrets, it’s time to get realistic about what we can expect to achieve this year.
Posted on 12/27/2017 12:00 PM By Ken Suarez
The holidays are a whirl wind of frenzy and activity. You can still taste Thanksgiving and just as the indigestion settles down, Christmas has arrived. Going to the company party, buying gifts, making plans with relatives, and the big day came before you knew it. Just when you think you can relax a little, you realize you have New Year’s a week later. Who was in charge of planning when they laid these out on the calendar all those centuries ago?
Posted on 12/20/2017 11:56 AM By Ken Suarez
After this month’s installment of bizarre holiday traditions, we found some more oddities that will make you feel normal and glad to live in America where singing about a fat guy flying around in a sleigh seem pretty reasonable. In the lovely country of Norway, which has ancestral heritage for many Minnesotans, it seems that on Christmas Eve the good citizens all go out of their way to hide the brooms. Is it because they deserve a break from cleaning for the holiday?