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The Highlander Luggage Shoppe is now serving MoreCityBricks

posted Mar 6, 2017, 2:51 PM by MoreCity Bricks

Taking a trip? Need a new backpack? The Highlander has you covered.

With everything from briefcases to umbrellas, the new shop meets a critical need for local residents.

"I haven't been able to travel in years," said Nita Journey. "I came here without any luggage and haven't been able to find a bag anywhere! There's plenty of coffee and scads of books, but until today there was not a suitcase to be found!"

Mayor Builder was quick to point out that the upper floors of the industrial style building are vacant and available for rent as apartment space or a loft-style office. "It's a great space," said the Mayor. "Absolutely perfect for an artist's loft or something along those lines."

Unconfirmed reports claim that Bob Ross the minifigure is looking to rent the space as soon as his hair arrives in MoreCityBricks.

Housewares for All

posted Feb 27, 2017, 1:39 PM by MoreCity Bricks

Whether you need a new frying pan, mixer, or coffee cup, a new shop on Original Avenue has the answer.

"I could live in here," said Shirley Cooker. "It's just like home!"

It should be noted that you can't live there. It's a retail store with offices upstairs. So....

Fanatic Ice Cream Serves Up Delight

posted Feb 27, 2017, 1:34 PM by MoreCity Bricks

For those who've been looking for Ice Cream Jo since the Lego Movie ended, look no more. Jo has turned up at Fanatic Ice Cream in MoreCityBricks.

The iconic ice cream scooper is now delighting residents with colorful frozen treats seven days a week on original avenue.

Strike Bowling Alley Ready For the Spare Time

posted Feb 27, 2017, 1:30 PM by MoreCity Bricks

MoreCityBricks residents are dusting off their bowling balls and digging out their bowling shoes to celebrate the grand opening of Strike bowling alley.

The three lane bowling center is a distinct departure from most MoreCityBricks architecture with its bright colors and industrial exterior. But inside, the "monster ball" theme adds classic character.

For those not interested in bowling, Strike also offers an air hockey table and plenty of seating.

Historic Bank Opens on Original Avenue

posted Feb 27, 2017, 1:23 PM by MoreCity Bricks

After months of speculation that the Brick Bank franchise was coming to town, MoreCityBricks residents were stunned to find that a home-grown bank opened its doors first.

"I thought Mayor Builder had received the necessary approval for a Brick Bank franchise on Official Avenue," said Alma Cash. "I was ready to put all my cash in that type of bank. I'm not too sure about this historic bank."

Mayor Builder urged residents to use the bank regardless of whether it is an original or official building. "It's a bank, people. It has a vault, tellers, and money. That's what banks are."

The historic bank is rumored to be among the first MoreCityBricks' buildings nominated for the National Register of Historic Places. There is no word yet on whether simply naming a building "historic" makes it eligible for placement on the list.

Unique Antiques For Sale Now

posted Feb 27, 2017, 1:14 PM by MoreCity Bricks

Maz Kanata of Star Wars fame recently opened Antiques on Original Avenue. With an exterior reminiscent of Plumb Bob's Hardware, the shop features three floors of one-of-a-kind antiques.

"No lightsabers," said Kanata. "That kind of thing only happens in the movies."

Drive Thru Starbucks Serves Up the Good Stuff

posted Feb 27, 2017, 1:08 PM by MoreCity Bricks

If you're in a rush but need a Starbucks fix, the new Starbucks at the corner of Latte Lane and Mocha Parkway is sure to make your day. The tiny shop with a drive thru window opened last week to critical acclaim.

"I was delighted to finally see a real barista at the counter," said Shirley CoffeeDrinker. "I haven't been able to buy a coffee from a barista since the coffee trailer moved to another town!"

The MoreCityBricks drive thru Starbucks serves coffee, pastries, and bottled beverage.

More Residential Construction Leads to Speculation of New School

posted Feb 27, 2017, 1:02 PM by MoreCity Bricks

With even more townhouses going up in MoreCityBricks, community activists are urging Mayor Builder to consider adding a school.

"It doesn't matter if it's an elementary school or a high school or even a dog school," said Ima Taxpayer. "We just need to have a school building so we can turn out smart children."

Mayor Builder declined to comment on the prospect of a new school building, but sources close to the mayor say they wouldn't rule out a bowling alley instead.

The MoreCityBricks Courthouse is Now Open

posted Feb 27, 2017, 12:56 PM by MoreCity Bricks

Residents of MoreCityBricks can now take their complaints to the top. The Courthouse opened for business recently after outraged residents voiced their concerns that it was too difficult to pay their taxes and sue their neighbors without a local courthouse.

"We're glad to finally have a place to take our litigation," said local attorney Hal Cheetum. "I wouldn't be surprised if this move doesn't bring a huge influx of law offices and bail bondsmen around the square."

Mayor Builder was quick to point out that MoreCityBricks is a peaceful place. With no police department in town and no jail cells in the new courthouse, the mayor expects that only civil cases will be heard in the courthouse. "Simple matters like property lines and building code violations are the chief complaints found here in town," the mayor said.

On a side note, the mayor pointed out that no one in town should ever be late for anything again as the new courthouse has a huge clock tower with four gigantic clock faces presenting the current time to virtually everyone.

The Deli Cafe Opens to Critical Acclaim

posted Feb 2, 2017, 1:39 PM by MoreCity Bricks

After years of lamenting the Mayor's decision not to use tax dollars to bring Café Corner to MoreCityBricks, residents are elated with the arrival of the Deli Café, a sandwich shop with the charm of the Café Corner franchise without the tax burden.

"With the ever rising cost of Café Corner, it just did not make sense for MoreCityBricks to move in that direction," said Mayor Builder. "Now with the Deli Café, we have the essence of that historic business with a style and flair that is distinctly MoreCityBricks."

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