Five Best Things to Do on a Boring Weekend in Indiana


Located in Midwestern America, Indiana embodies the heart and culture of American society. Home to busy cities and small towns, it is a combination of modern architecture as well as refreshing natural phenomenons that have the ability to take anyone’s breath away.

Whether you have been living in Indiana for a very long time, or are there for a holiday, you might be looking for some fun and exciting things to do. From going on a hike in mysterious forests to heading out into the prairie on the back of a horse, or experiencing art in museums and performing centers, Indiana has something in store for everyone.

So, for all you fun-loving folks out there, here are five things you can do on the weekend in Indiana.

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AVP Provides Final Chance to See Beach Volleyball Olympians Before Tokyo 2020

The AVP Gold Series Championships of beach volleyball hits Chicago this weekend and it’s all about last chances. As it’s Labor Day weekend, it’s the unofficial end of summer (and as every single automobile commercial on television will tell you, summer’s here but it’s over soon), as the beaches and pools will soon close.

And with the 2020 Olympics taking place in Tokyo next summer, this is your final chance to see Olympic beach volleyball in person. Chicago may not be known for beaches first and foremost (as summer here is notoriously short), but the second city has actually hosted more beach volleyball championships than any other city outside the state of California.

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West Ham Supporters in Shanghai Show How Fandom Transcends Boundaries


In the old paradigm, what sports team you rooted for was dictated by your geographic location, where you grew up and what your family was into.

In today’s day and age, it’s more up to the individual to decide and fandom transcends the barriers of times zones, national boundaries, culture and language. All you need is the will to find a way to watch the team’s games and the interest in keeping up on what’s going on with the club.

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Why People in New Zealand Are Willing To Go Into Debt In Order To Be Able To Go On Holiday


New Zealand is an island country found on in the southwest region of the Pacific Ocean. This country is well known for its geographical beauty where it holds on the best beaches, mountains, and its popular Maori culture. This makes it the best state that you would wish to have time with your family. However, many are wondering how to tour around while you are broke. You are not always guaranteed to have enough funds for traveling. New Zealand has made it easy for people to visit regardless of their financial status. Here is why people are willing to go into debt to be able to go on holiday:

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Time to Rethink Black Sox Legacy Amid Field of Dreams Game


Shoeless Joe Jackson, and the rest of his teammates banned from baseball due to the Black Sox scandal, are not in the Hall of Fame, but they do have a strong presence in Cooperstown.

On the main level of the baseball hall of fame, you’ll see prominent photos of Shoeless Joe, the 1919 Chicago White Sox, and various artifacts relating to the team and the scandal. The hall has ace pitcher Eddie Cicotte’s pocket watch, manager Kid Gleason’s jersey and the very first ball thrown in the World Series on display.

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Chicago Cubs Fan Guide to Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown

Sometimes for better, often for worse, the Chicago Cubs have a very prominent place in baseball history. This is undeniable, as they are one of the sport’s biggest brands, and their imprint at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York  is expectedly massive.

Let’s take a look at what Cubs fans need to see and experience when they visit the Hall of Fame. First though a little history about why the museum is located where it is.

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Chicago White Sox Fan Guide to Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown

The Chicago White Sox, via Shoeless Joe Jackson and the Black Sox affair of the 1919 World Series, brought us the most interesting and captivating moment in baseball history. They, along with the gamblers, also inspired the greatest book and movie in baseball history.

With this in mind, you knew there was going to be representation at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Gambling is big now, especially at uudet nettikasinot, so maybe it’s time to rethink the Black Sox? We’ve covered that in previous post yesterday, which you can read over at this link, so now we’ll take a look at what else White Sox fans need to see and experience when they visit the Hall of Fame.

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St Andrews: the Experience of Visiting Golf’s Origination


History is written by the victors, the saying goes, and upon visiting St Andrews, one learns that golfing history is no different. As far back as 1691, St Andrews, in the Fife region of Scotland, has been credited as the birthplace of golf. The origins of the game trace all the way back to the 1400s with the two types of golf being played in the very early days.

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Most Popular Startup Businesses in Dubai


The city of Dubai has always been alluring for its locals and visitors. It’s the land where creative ideas are fostered, endless opportunities are given, and businesses grow successfully. In the past few years, Dubai has been transformed into a hub for startups and entrepreneur activities, giving a chance for developers, whether tech related or not, to create creative businesses that will benefit many people. Below are some examples of the most popular startup businesses in Dubai.

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Indy 500, Little 500, Broadripple: Bawdy Tales of Indianapolis Racing Weekend Hijinks

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A decade ago, I attended my first Indy 500, and it was in the infield.

My people watching that day became an essay which is among the site’s most popular posts of all time. A decade later, I returned to the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, ready once again to regale you with tales of auto racing’s zaniest fans, on racing’s biggest weekend.

This time we added two more settings- the Little 500 in Anderson (about an hour from the speedway) and Broadripple, the neighborhood boasting the hippest nightlife in all of nap town.

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Top Five Christmas Gift Ideas for Football/Soccer Fans


Whether you call it football, soccer, futbol or even footy, you’re probably aware of the beautiful game’s status as the world’s most popular sport. No matter where in the world you’re reading this post, you’re most likely excited about the coming yuletide after this weekend passes.

Christmas is, as the timeless standard says, “the most wonderful time of the year.” But what do you get the football fan in your life so that you can ensure that “this Christmas, will be a very special Christmas?”

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Seven Reasons to Invest in Motorcycle Headphones

By Jason Verduzco

There are many motorcycle headphones available on the market today. It is important to invest in a modern pair because it has many features that will make your ride more enjoyable.

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