For a few hours yesterday, word raced around Twitter—and, ever-so-briefly, onto the blogs—that the Vikings would be opening up their stadium as a homeless shelter on a night of subzero temperatures in the Twin Cities. It wasn’t true, but everyone really, really wanted it to be. And in the end, isn’t that the key to…
The San Diego Padres were interested in the city’s plan to place jagged rocks along an underpass in order to deter homeless people from congregating there ahead of the MLB All-Star Game, according to a report from Voice of San Diego.
In a system labor experts are calling "outrageous," the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are among several professional sports teams a Tampa Bay Times investigation found employ unpaid, destitute people to sell peanuts and beer to fans at the stadium.