Halting of Chicago Marathon Brings About Relief, Anger Among Runners
by Paul Steinbach November 2007
The decision to halt the Chicago Marathon brought both relief to and outrage from runners.
Rec Departments Wage Battle Against Residents' Collective Bulge
by Nicholas Brown November 2007
Rec departments can prosper as they wage battle against residents' collective bulge.
A Rec Department Seeks High Returns from Radio Station
by Nicholas Brown October 2007
A small-city rec department hopes for high returns as residents tune in to low-power radio.
Youth Olympic Games Offers Athletes New Competitive Outlets
by Michael Popke September 2007
Young athletes may find new competitive outlets in the recently announced Youth Olympic Games.
Parks and Rec Department's Alcohol-Use Policy Draws Critics
by Nicholas Brown September 2007
From fun-loving to family-friendly, a parks and rec department's policy on alcohol use is sure to draw critics.
Outsourcing Sports Programs Allows a Department to Do More with Less
by Marvin Bynum August 2007
A Florida recreation department outsources its sports programs, learning that it can offer residents more by doing less.
Earthbound Versions of Quidditch Are Popular with Kids of All Ages
by Michael Popke June 2007
Earthbound versions of Quidditch are popular with kids of all ages.
Several Organizations Reconnect Children with the Great Outdoors
by Marvin Bynum May 2007
Several organizations are combating "nature-deficit disorder" and reconnecting children with the great outdoors.
The Underground Railroad Bicycle Route Aims to Diversify Cycling
by Marvin Bynum April 2007
The Underground Railroad Bicycle Route aims to diversify cycling.
A Hawaii Parks Department Takes On Illegal Campers
by Marvin Bynum March 2007
A Hawaii parks department struggles to reclaim its beaches from illegal campers.