Katy Ransom, director of store operations, assistant store supervisor Michael Clark and team sports supervisor Brian Hanford, right, go over procedures as they prepare for today's grand opening of the new Bookmans Sports Exchange. The countertops are made from salvaged bowling alley lanes.
CEO of Bookmans says he recently dyed his Vandyke beard bright blue just for fun.
Bookmans' new store will sell golf clubs, bike and fitness gear and other sports equipment at its Rancho Center location, 3330 E. Speedway.
There's a new Bookmans in town, and it's not about books or music.
Bookmans on Speedway, 6230 E. Speedway, is having a 'Controllers and Comic Books' event today at noon.
Alex Hernandez, front, 16; Larene Kimber, middle, 22; and Cheyenne Adamovich, 22, are right at home with a game of Mario Kart 64 during the Retro Video Game Party at Bookmans Entertainment Exchange, 3733 W Ina Road. For about three hours last Friday, video game enthusiasts enjoyed a look at …
Sassie, a Chihuahua, looks to be an extended part of the video game controls as her owner, Larene Kimber, plays a game with Alexander Hernandez.
Event liaison Mary Wray sets up a game during the Retro Video Game Party at Bookmans Entertainment Exchange.
Three video games with modern screens were set up near the store entrance and quickly had fans at the controls.
Bridget Johnson picks out a couple of slices of free pizza during the Retro Video Game Party. Johnson said she taught all her children to play video games. The party also had cookies and soft drinks.
In honor of the Star Wars series, families are invited to Bookmans Ina to make light sabers out of swimming pool noodles.
Need a little motivation or inspiration to get outdoors and get moving?
Bookmans Speedway, 6230 E. Speedway, is hosting Family Fun Night, tonight at 7 p.m.
From left, Molly Brannon, Del Jones, Ted Reynolds and Kati Standefer discuss a questionnaire on their anxiety toward death during a recent Death Cafe meeting. The sessions are designed to explore a topic that often is avoided by many people, discussing dying and life in an open, friendly way.
De Vie Weinstock, right, chats with Del Jones, far left, and Ted Reynolds during one of the Death Cafe sessions. The gatherings are designed to help people approach a topic that often is avoided, discussing death in a safe, relaxed way, and learn something about compassion and their lives.
Get out of the house with the family tonight, without spending money.
Bookmans Ina, 3733 N. Ina Road, is hosting a spring craft at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Bookmans hosts all kinds of free family friendly events.