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Lego Springfield is a hell of a town

Complete with the obligatory tire fire, Kwik-E-Mart and Krusty Burger, one Lego fan has recreated Springfield brick by brick. Attach the stone of triumph!

8 Images By August 12, 2014


Excellent! Harry Shearer returning to 'The Simpsons'

The voice of Mr. Burns, Smithers and a ton of other Springfield regulars signs a new deal that will keep him on the show for at least four more seasons.

By July 7, 2015


D'oh! Universal Orlando opens real-life 'Simpsons' Springfield

Feel like a Krusty Burger and a Duff? Head over to Simpsons Fast Food Boulevard in Orlando, Fla., for a taste of "Simpsons"-style fare.

By June 6, 2013


Look like Marge Simpson with new MAC Cosmetics line

Crave writer Bonnie Burton channels her inner Marge with a makeover using quirky new Springfield-style shadows, blushes, lip glosses, and fake lashes.

By July 30, 2014


The Simpsons: Tapped Out brings SimCity-style awesomeness to Springfield

Prepare to put your life on hold while this incredibly rich city management sim sucks you into rebuilding the nuked town.

By March 2, 2012


First Simpsons Lego picture leaks with world-famous couch

The first family of Springfield are immortalised in brick form in leaked photos of a new line of Lego inspired by The Simpsons.

By January 6, 2014


Interactive map of Springfield (the Simpsons one)

See where Bart Simpson lives from the cloud.

By February 7, 2008


D'oh! The Simpsons bite Apple

"Mapple" comes to Springfield as the Simpsons skewer Steve Jobs, those white earbuds, and the pristine shopping environment that is an Apple retail store.

By December 1, 2008


Short Take: Internet telephony switched on between Taiwan and U.S.

Taiwan Telecommunication Network Services, Taiwan's second-largest telecommunications company, and Biztrans Technology of Springfield, Virginia, will offer phone-to-phone Internet telephony between Taiwan and the United States. The project will use VocalTec's Internet Telephony Gateway, which connects the computer networks to local telephone lines, allowing Web-based calling and providing lower rates.

By May 2, 1997