Nostalgic exhibit highlights arcade favorite

HOWLAND, Ohio (WKBN) – A nostalgic blast from the past is part of an exhibit in Trumbull County that is sure thrill game lovers.

From the nation’s penny arcades to the halls of fine art, the pinball machine has made quite the journey. And that journey is being represented at the Butler Institute of American Art.

The Howland branch of the museum has set up a display of the classic game machines, on loan from collector and Warren businessman Rob Berk.

The exhibition also includes different pinball machine designs by artist John Popadiuk.

The show runs through March 16. For more information, click here.  

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