10 to Watch Week of 7/31/17

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Battles with the Chicago Cubs Over Night Activities According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Emanuel “flatly rejected” a request by Cubs President of Business Operations Crane Kenney to allow the team to play more night games at...
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10 to Watch Week of 07/25/17

The Jake Peavy Foundation Partners with EverFi to Teach Financial Literacy to Empower Young People The Jake Peavy Foundation has partnered with leading education technology company EverFi in a program designed to empower young people with the essential skills needed...
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10 to Watch Week 7/21/17

While the U.S. Women’s Open finished strong, the women’s Major at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey was nonetheless colored by the dubious benefit of being attended by course owner Donald Trump. The positives: South Korea’s Sung Hyun...
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10 to Watch Week of 07/10/17

Marlins Park prepares for marquee MLB All-Star events, with attendance expected to exceed 110,000 fans, according to the Miami Herald. The host MLB team also reports that the MLB FanFest at the Miami Beach Convention Center, which began “Friday and...
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10 to Watch Week of 6/27/17

As the 2017 U.S. Conference of Mayors concludes in Miami, its Mayors Professional Sports Alliance (MPSA) committee continues to be a trend spotter – and trend setter – at the intersection of sports and governance. This year, the MPSA, chaired...
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10 to Watch Week of 6/19/17

Days after the University of Oklahoma softball squad won their fourth Women’s College World Series there, Oklahoma City-based Fields & Futures announced two major partnerships to renovate youth athletic fields and finish what they started. For the last five years, Fields...
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10 to Watch Week of 5/16/17

Preparation is “well underway” for the Indianapolis 500 on May 28, according to the Indianapolis Star Indianapolis Motor Speedway has partnered with Indianapolis community organizations to “help reignite some of the city’s favorite initiatives from previous years.” Among the “new...
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