Photo by Peter MeadeTwo years ago, officials in South Florida built a $10 million cricket stadium, because...because....well, apparently it seemed the thing to do.But the thing has turned into a bit of a white elephant, reports the Sun-Sentinel of Broward County.The paper talks to Don Lockerbie, ... More >>
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