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Published August 27, 2012
ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT: Developer Wilbur Breslin said Thursday that he is "not moving forward with his submission to develop the land surrounding Nassau Coliseum." On Long Island, Randi Marshall noted Breslin was "one of four developers to express interest in the site, through Nassau County's request for qualifications process that began last month" (NEWSDAY, 8/24).
KING OF THE BEACH: In N.Y., Bernie Augustine writes Long Beach State Univ. "recently unveiled a new look at the Walter Pyramid arena, a face-lift to the home of the school’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs that includes palm trees painted onto the court’s surface." The court, "outlined in black, features the school’s nickname 'The Beach' at center court." There are also "our golden palm trees with leaves that reach inside the three-point arc on each end of the court" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 8/27).