Jaguars, Panthers Unveil Stadium Upgrades Haslam Addresses Manziel's Party Persona Concession Prices Unveiled For Levi's Stadium At 74, Dolphins Owner Has No Plans To Retire Birch Defends NFL's Suspension Of Ray Rice Chiefs' Hunt Discuss Training Camp Options Skins' Training Camp Lottery System Upsets Fans Scrutiny Building Around Bowlen's Successor Nike Paid Howard Slusher $1.5M Sources: EverBank, Jags Set For Extension
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Published June 3, 1996
The developers of the proposed four-story "Nike Town" on Newbury Street in Boston is considering only one architect -- Childs Bertman Tseckares, because the firm has several principals who serve or have served on the Back Bay Architectural Commission -- the ultimate authority on what gets built on Newbury Street (BOSTON GLOBE, 6/3)....The Cadillac NFL Golf Classic is profiled in the N.Y. POST. In its fourth year, the tournament has already raised $750,000 for various charities (N.Y. POST, 6/3)....In his column in the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, Andres Galarraga writes about the marketing of his Big Cat clothing line (ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 6/1)....Disney is looking to Harlem as the site for its next New York store (N.Y. POST, 6/3)....An arbitration panel has ruled that The Upper Deck Co. must pay $4.9M to the estate of Mickey Mantle in a dispute over Mantle's contract with the company. Upper Deck will appeal (WASHINGTON POST, 6/1).