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Parks and Recreation Magazine is the official publication of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). Interestingly, the March issue of this magazine introduced...

Based on a True Story (Part 2)

So perhaps your most pressing question from Based on a True Story (Part 1) is, so did that guy die? Yes, he did. That was...

Based on a True Story (Part 1)

So – with baseball season upon us, all of a sudden, like, right now – I have a couple baseball-related type comments. Sorta –...

Don’t Ever Forget It

Hey all you parents out there – let me ask you a question. Your kids, they have a natural tendency to be good, right?...

‘Of the Realme’

Politics and sports have a history of not necessarily agreeing with one another. But that’s ok – politics are generally disagreeable, to some extent....

Angel in Devil’s Shoes, Part Two

Oi! For those unfamiliar – this is an interjection – also spelled and/or pronounced “oy.” The meaning of this delightful little word can be...

February Celebrates Black History

February has been called many names over the years but today it is referred to as Black History Month or National African American History...

Tougher Consequences Will Cure This Phenomenon

Is it the pressure to win or the money that causes coaches to try and protect their star players in the world of sports?...

‘Survivorship’ is Leadership

President George Washington is arguably the most well-known leader in United States history. As a great leader, we know him from the Revolutionary War,...

It’s Not About What You Got – It’s About What You Make of What...

Fundamental to sports and recreation is the necessity, at times, to improvise. Mike Tyson may have captured this idea best when he said, “Everyone...

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