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Opening Day thoughts

Baseball is the US equivalent of cricket in the UK (their season is ending now) and perhaps futbol (soccer) all over the world. I freely admit, watching baseball on TV can be as fun as watching grass grow or paint dry sometimes. 240 more words

The City

From a tower-eye, an orange-red van

Bread loaf squat in shape

Its windscreen a picture window that this day’s spattering weather

Wipes with an arc mimicking… 90 more words

Writing

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium: A Counter Clock Race

 Harry Moller / @harrymollerr / July 31, 2015

 

It’s a funny coincidence that in a world where most of sports manage a salary cap, someone would’ve expected a similar situation in the discipline of architecture? 1,102 more words

2020

New stadium proposal up for debate in Melbourne

A new development for a boutique 25,000-seat AFL stadium could be put on the agenda in the next two years.

Independent Architecture and Planning Design Company, Peddle Thorp, has put forth a concept called ‘E-Gate.’ 477 more words

Online

Darren Eales and Carlos Bocanegra on 92.9 The Game

Lost amongst all the news regarding the team’s launch earlier this month was this interview with 92.9 The Game. Both Darren Eales and Carlos Bocanegra join Dukes and Bell in a lengthy discussion about the birth of the team.

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Olympiastadion and The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park comparson

First things first, may I welcome you to this article! In 2015, I had the honour of visiting the Olympiastadion in Berlin, home to the 1936 Olympic games and most recently the home to one of Germany’s most recognisable and revered football teams, Hertha Berlin. 1,429 more words