RECENT ARTICLES
  • Georgia Tech Athletics Now Accepting Bitcoin

    by Michael Gaio October 2014

    Georgia Tech will be the first university in the world to integrate bitcoin payments into its stadium concession sales, the school announced Wednesday.

  • Officials Seek Right Location, Funding for Rays Stadium

    by The Tampa Tribune (Florida) September 2014

    The Tampa Bay Rays are working on a box office losing streak that makes it difficult for the team to prosper on and off the field and that brings embarrassment to a region with a rich baseball tradition.

  • Soccer Owner, Stadium Management Reach Settlement

    by CHRISTOPHER O'DONNELL; Tribune staff September 2014

    Attorneys for the Tampa Bay Rowdies and the St. Petersburg Baseball Commission, the nonprofit group that runs Al Lang Stadium, have agreed to a confidential settlement to resolve a lawsuit filed by the Rowdies that claimed conditions at the stadium are inadequate.

  • MiLB Park Opts for Same Lighting as Yankee Stadium

    by Michelle Williams, The Orange County Register September 2014

    The Diamond in Lake Elsinore is being outfitted with an advanced technology lighting system engineered by Musco Lighting, a smaller scale version of the arrays the company installed at the Yankees' new field in 2009.

  • New Projects: Colorado Springs Rec | Beverly Morgan Park Gymnastics Center and Ice Arena

    by Emily Attwood September 2014

    Breaking Ground

    Construction is under way on Beverly Morgan Park Gymnastics Center and Ice Arena in Chicago.

  • Angels Back Out of Stadium Talks with Anaheim

    by ART MARROQUIN, and MARTIN WISCKOL September 2014

    Angels officials said they are now "exploring all options," and the Tustin City Council will hold a special closed-door meeting Tuesday night solely to discuss the possibility of hosting a new stadium for the Angels at the former Tustin Marine Corps Air Station.

  • Corporations Turn Tailgate Parties into Skybox Experience

    by Denise O'Neal. Staff Reporter September 2014

    The bright orange Lamborghini at the entrance of E3 VIP's event was the first sign that it was going to be more polished than the typical parking lot tailgate party; the chef-prepared food and live entertainment was confirmation.

  • Small College Celebrates Debut of $5.5M Soccer Complex

    by Michelle Kearns News Staff Reporter September 2014

    Instead of using the Riverside High School field, D'Youville College athletes and fans can walk a few blocks from the campus to Porter and Fourth Street, where a Ted's hot dog stand once stood.

  • Ice Arena Opening Delayed, Lawsuit Threatened Over Leak

    by Thomas J. Prohaska News Niagara Reporter September 2014

    The board of the Lockport Ice Arena and Sports Center, has filed a notice of claim against the city, threatening a lawsuit over the city's inability to find the source of a leak that has been pouring water into the foundations of Cornerstone Arena for more than three months.

  • Vinyl Wall Art Aids Cal State Fullerton's Facility Branding

    by MIRIN FADER Staff writer, The Orange County Register September 2014

    Titan Stadium, home to the men's and women's soccer teams, has a new look this season. Vinyl wall art was added to the auxiliary locker room building at the south end of the stadium.