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Saying Goodbye to the Astrodome at Domecoming

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[Editor’s Note: Reader Ignacio Salazar (that’s his ring-bejeweled finger shown above) attended the recent Domecoming event in Houston and put together a first-hand report. Enjoy. — PL]

By Ignacio Salazar

On April 9, the Astrodome celebrated its 53rd birthday and opened its doors to the public . . . → Read More: Saying Goodbye to the Astrodome at Domecoming

Meet David Resnik - Building Fields of Dreams

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“If you build it…”

I have a very special post today for you all. As you’re all probably aware, I spend a fair amount of time on Twitter and via this medium, I’ve come into contact with a number of talented individuals, including many in the design . . . → Read More: Meet David Resnik – Building Fields of Dreams

Naming Wrongs 2.0 Officially Up and Running

About two weeks ago I announced that I’d soon be reactivating the long-dormant Naming Wrongs T-shirt project, which is devoted to pushing back against the corporate renaming of stadiums and arenas. Today I’m happy to announce that the project has a logo and that our new Naming Wrongs shop is up and running. (Note . . . → Read More: Naming Wrongs 2.0 Officially Up and Running

The Return of Naming Wrongs

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As longtime readers may recall, back in 2009 I partnered with the apparel brand No Mas and the Brooklyn musician the Rev. Vince Anderson to create a T-shirt that said, “I’m Calling It Shea,” which was our response to the Mets selling off their new ballpark’s naming . . . → Read More: The Return of Naming Wrongs