By William Grimes / The Bulletin
June 10, 2010
Abraham Nathanson, who at the age of 76 invented Bananagrams, a fast-moving letters-and-words game that became a runaway hit, died on Sunday at his summer house in Narragansett, R.I. He was 80 and lived in Cranston.
The cause was cancer, his daughter Rena said.
Nathanson hit on the idea for....