by Richard Florida
Too many cities have mortgaged their futures on big-time sports, letting their parks and high-school ball-fields go while pouring public dollars into big-league stadiums. But some communities are reaping myriad benefits by focusing on smaller, local sports, according to Next American City (pointer via Planetizen).
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