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Recreational and Sporting Goods Industry

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  • Don't Use Open Space For Center

    As former chairmen of the Town Plan and Zoning Commission for the town of Newington, we would like to express our concern over plans to use dedicated open space land for the construction of the proposed community center [July 9, courant.com, "Newington...
  • Build New Community Center

    As Newington voters prepare to go to the polls for a Sept. 9 referendum on funding a new community center -- the heart of recreation in the town -- there have been other issues involved. Issues including soccer field replacement, wetlands, open space...
  • Time For NFL Team To Drop Offensive Name

    Daniel M. Snyder, the beleaguered owner of Washington's National Football League franchise, had a setback this month when the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office deemed the team's name trademark "disparaging" and therefore unworthy of protection. Ever...
  • Theme parks get creative to help visitors beat heat

    Theme parks get creative to help visitors beat heat
    When Walt Disney chose Orlando for his entertainment mecca, he picked a place with a strong road network, lots of available land — and weather that can be brutally hot and humid. So now each summer, throngs of tourists and die-hard residents visit...
  • Powder Ridge Owner Hopes To Resurrect Music Festival

     Powder Ridge Owner Hopes To Resurrect Music Festival
    MIDDLEFIELD — They say you can't go home again, but Sean Hayes wants to ride the magic bus back to 1970, when 30,000 young people invaded the Powder Ridge ski area for what became known as "the greatest rock concert that never happened." Hayes...
  • Converting club into community center may cost $47 million

    Converting club into community center may cost $47 million
    Converting the local Five Seasons Sports Club into a Northbrook community center could cost between $35.7 million and $46.7 million, according to official preliminary estimates. About half of the price or more would go toward renovating the 14-year-old,...
  • Universal's Harry Potter Diagon Alley has soft opening

    Universal's Harry Potter Diagon Alley has soft opening
    Diagon Alley finally had a soft opening for the general public Thursday afternoon, as Universal Orlando let visitors without hotel packages into the new Harry Potter land. Universal did not give information about what the soft opening schedule will be...
  • Diagon Alley becomes the place to shop at Universal

    Diagon Alley becomes <i>the</i> place to shop at Universal
    Theme parks have heavily promoted merchandise for years, but with its new expansion of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Orlando has gone a step further. It has based an entire new area on a fictional shopping district called Diagon Alley,...
  • San Diego: Stay at this resort and hop a water taxi to SeaWorld

    San Diego: Stay at this resort and hop a water taxi to SeaWorld
    SeaWorld San Diego is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year with all kinds of splashy doings -- penguin, sloth and flamingo greeters and an Explorer's Reef where visitors can touch shark pups and rays. Paradise Point Resort & Spa on Mission Bay...
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios adds 'Frozen' events for summer

    Disney's Hollywood Studios adds 'Frozen' events for summer
    Disney's Hollywood Studios is about to be "Frozen" over. The theme park will be adding limited-time activities related to the blockbuster film beginning July 5. "Frozen Summer Fun Live!," scheduled to run through Sept. 1, will represent the first...
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios adds 'Frozen' events for summer

    Disney's Hollywood Studios adds 'Frozen' events for summer
    Disney's Hollywood Studios is about to be "Frozen" over. The theme park will be adding limited-time activities related to the blockbuster film beginning July 5. "Frozen Summer Fun Live!," scheduled to run through Sept. 1, will represent the first...