By Steve Winter, special to wtop.com LAS VEGAS — Pinball Is Back! While those of us over 40 fondly remember banging away at those machines at the arcade on the Boardwalk or in our local watering…
Go for the music, stay for the pinball. One of D.C.\’s most beloved venues is ditching part of its small eatery and replacing those hot dogs with pinball machines.
The man who founded D.C.\’s now-closed National Pinball Museum is selling his
collection of hundreds of machines, and the second in a series of auctions is set fir 9 a.m. Sunday, April 27.
David Silverman, who\’s been collecting pinball machines for more than 35 years, has decided to sell his massive collection.
The National Pinball Museum in Baltimore, Md. is
looking for a new home again.
Pinball is not a thing of the past. There are leagues and tournaments right here in the metro area.
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