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This and that and other stuff

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OutFest dodged the weather bullet this year and many of the local LGBT sports organizations were again represented on the sports-block portion of Spruce...

Dough, oh dear

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It’s no surprise that sports require some serious finances. There are inside rental fees, outside field-rental fees, insurance, costumes (team shirts, etc.)...

Keeping my own head above water

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Deadlines and the timing of special events in the LGBT sports world are rarely in synch. Case in point: Within hours of...

The other side of Gay Games 9

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Before I start, I have to mention that organizers of Gay Games 9 have improved the event’s website immensely! There is a plethora of...

364 days and counting…

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Think you’re busy? Try organizing a 10,000-person, eight-day party, raise the money to pay for it and provide the location and entertainment — and...

Gay me out to the ballgame

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The 11th annual Gay Community Night at Citizens Bank Park is just past the cusp of August and there are still some seats left...

The must-see film of the summer

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“The Rugby Player” It sounds like a regular sports movie until you hear the rugby player’s name and/or topic. ...

Get Out and Play—Scott Drake

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Coming up July 18-21 is the second annual Liberty Tennis Open Invitational. Open as in, you don’t have to be part of...

Athletics and homosexuality: mutually exclusive

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We have all heard the coach say, “There is no ‘I’ in team. ” I remember being taught in middle and high school...

Weekend warrior injury alert

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Over the next few weeks, hundreds of LGBT part-time sports enthusiasts will be hitting the fields, courts, paths, mats and pools. Not...

Everybody out of the boat!

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Citing less free time because it is working towards Gay Games 9, Team Philadelphia, which just held the first LGBT sports party at Sugar...

No wonder it’s called March Madness

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This column might just look like a calendar of everything that’s going on in LGBT sports for March except I’m sure I don’t have...

Your team name here

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The Attic Youth Center has long been one of the darlings of the LGBT sports community when it comes to fundraisers and donations. ...

It’s not too early to prepare for Gay Games 9

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At first blush, talking about an event still 18 months out might seem somewhat overzealous, but athletes and site directors are in accord: It...

Swimmers, get ready to rack up some laps

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It’s called the Postal Swim. But many of the people who participate in this competition/fundraiser don’t know why. I didn’t either, which...

A new year to get out and play

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If anyone out there trends toward bad eating and fewer workouts like I do in the craziness we call the holiday season, then talk...

Making sport-smart holiday choices

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Let’s start with an oldie but goodie: Watch what you eat. This isn’t PGN’s fitness column and I’m not a registered...

Dramatic end to the outdoor sports season

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As is the case in many a game, the final score tells only a small part of the story — who won. ...

Indoor and outdoor play

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Baby, it’s cold outside, so a few of the outdoor groups are moving inside for the winter. Of course, sporting indoors is...

Sports turning outside in

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One of my goals with this column is to garner some cross-sport support. Whether it is getting softball players to hit up...

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