• Andrea Bauer

Each week we ask you to show us something. This week it’s Adam McIver’s CLOSET OF BOARD GAMES. Got something to show us? showus@chicagoreader.com

“Oh, I definitely think they’re nerdy,” Adam McIver says. “But I wouldn’t consider them a guilty pleasure, because they’re rad, and why would I feel guilty for liking something rad?” McIver’s closet houses more than 60 board games, most of which he describes as having “strategic elements and less randomness.” Translation: you probably won’t find Sorry! or Battleship.