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On starting over all over again

Judging by the scene on the Greenway today — legions of office workers lounging on the grass with iced coffee — it’s spring in New England. 277 more words


Ivy, brick walls and pennant flags: Celebrating 100 years of Wrigley Field

Wood can burn, but brick, concrete and steel beams do not. And in 1914, fire was a big deal, especially in Chicago.

When Charles Weegham, owner of the Chicago Federals, called architect Zachary Taylor Davis in 1914, flammability was foremost on his mind. 1,431 more words


Going Multipurpose

Silly me. I (Evander) thought that the point of the third-generation baseball stadium, with all those great sight lines, was baseball only. How wrong. Whenever money’s involved…. 95 more words


Corruption Works Best Under Time Constraints

Most large stadiums are built for completion by a specific date such as the beginning of an event like the World Cup or the start of a sports season. 275 more words


3 Tips to Help Make Exercising Fun

If you are a real human, you probably dread exercising, just like I do. Why go running when you could just lay in bed??? However, exercising is not bad at all, if you have fun doing it! 276 more words


Sneak peek at the new 49ers stadium reveals it looks pretty nice

The San Francisco 49ers will open Levi’s Stadium, their replacement for Candlestick Park, later this year. On Monday, the franchise shared a sneak peek of the new turf at the Santa Clara field and San Fran sports purists will be devastated — there’s no infield dirt. 86 more words


Cricket to Baseball to Cricket

I (Evander) am not sure how instructive this one-minute time-lapse video is, as officials prepared Down Under (Sydney Cricket Ground) for the 2014 opening day of… 423 more words