Have you seen Terra Green?

Attention Washington, D.C. friends! I'd like to bring Creatures on the Loose to your town on the even
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Have you seen Terra Green?
By The Mystery League • Issue #16
Attention Washington, D.C. friends! I’d like to bring Creatures on the Loose to your town on the evening of May 4th. But I don’t know the city at all, and could use some help finding a venue. If you have ideas, or even if you don’t but want to come, fill out this form!

Puzzle Your Kids: Free puzzles for 8-14-year-olds
I’ve been a subscriber of Eric Berlin’s Puzzle Your Kids since it was Kickstarter. It’s been a huge hit in our house. Now Eric is making PYK weekly and free. It’s terribly difficult to make puzzles that kids can get, and Eric does a great job. Highly recommended.
This Guy Proposes To His Girlfriend Through Love Letters That He Wrote To Her For 3 Years
Lovely, ingenious, and terrifying all at once. I guess technically he had always had an out — starts off with “WILL YOU MARRY M”, changes his mind, and continues with “Y FRIEND JOE?”
The Bletchley
A cocktail bar in London where everything is coded. I’m skeptical, but next time I make it to London, of course I’m going to visit. Anyone been?
Puzzle of the week
Credit to my friend Foggy, who noticed this one. Have a look at this product’s name. What’s incredible about it?
Solution to previous puzzle
TNAQUV (Trbetvn, Abegu Qnxbgn, Unjnvv)
Puzzle in Dispatch #15. Decrypt at ro13.com.
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