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Ranked one of Five Podcasts that Will Change the Way You Think by Forbes Magazine, Intelligence Squared Debates has opened the floor on timely, politically-charged issues during more than 60 interactive Oxford-style debates—typically broadcast live from New York on more than 220 NPR stations, on PBS, and on Wall Street Journal's WSJLIve. In past debates, Arianna Huffington and P.J. O'Rourke have dueled over whether the two-party political system makes it impossible to govern. Malcolm Gladwell has advocated banning college football amid rebuttals from sports broadcaster Tim Green.
Whether the topic is Palestine's UN admission as a full member state, the pros and cons of religion, or the Internet's effect on our ability to stay open-minded, audience members get to question luminaries who have included Paul Krugman, Alan Dershowitz, and Karl Rove and throw tomatoes at them when they're deemed out of order. Each attendee is also afforded the final vote––for, against, or undecided––to crown the debate's winner.
Ivy League Baseball Club believes the best seats in the house aren’t necessarily behind home plate. In fact, in the case of Wrigley Field, they might not even be in the house. Instead, they’re across the street on one of five levels, where fans sink into extra-wide cushioned stadium seats to watch the action from just beyond the center of right field. Like beauty, or a housebroken goat, the fans might be either inside or outside. If they’re wandering the three indoor lounges, which double as spots to host corporate meetings or group events, they’ll enjoy audio-visual equipment and a full-service bar stocked with 16 draft beers. On the rooftop, as many as 205 baseball fans wander a large deck area with food service, luxury restrooms, and a heated bar. Just below, a second outdoor seating area hosts 40 shaded seats and outdoor plasma televisions that show slow-motion replays of players making diving catches or tripping streakers.
From its perch directly behind the right-field foul pole, Down the Line Rooftop is the rooftop that places spectators closest to home plate during both games and concerts. When they're not hawking the dish to argue balls-and-strikes or trying to determine whether the catcher put ketchup on his hot dog, spectators can track the action thanks to an unencumbered view of Wrigley Field's hand-operated scoreboard. In addition to the stadium seats, guests can lounge in the air-conditioned clubhouse or on a patio filled with outdoor sofas and oversized umbrellas. Unlimited access to a menu of ballpark fare, beer, and wine begins as soon as the doors open, and guests can keep abreast of the latest live sporting and music action on sixteen high-definition TVs stationed throughout the rooftop.
Lakeview Baseball Club offers fans a game-day experience mixed with old-time charm and modern amenities. Peering over right field at the Friendly Confines, the multi-level facility backdrops ballgames with rich mahogany bars, hardwood floors, and 80-inch televisions so visitors never miss a pitch or song during a concert.
As the action plays out on the historic playing field, servers dish out food from the grill alongside beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages. Guests can kick back on several different levels, including the lofty sky deck, from where they enjoy stadium-style seating and cast judgment upon players by giving thumbs-ups or thumbs-downs like an emperor. After the final out, Lakeview Baseball Club helps keep the sport alive in the city by donating a percentage of its profits to youth baseball programs.
In case of a zombie apocalypse, a few simple principles could be a survivor's salvation: Be prepared, be paranoid, and above all, run. Participants in the Infected Zombie 5K Trail Run get a chance to practice, and can play either living or dead as they navigate a woodland arena infested with walking, crawling, running, and climbing zombies. Some courses may challenge runners with additional obstacles, such as climbing walls, tire fields, and haystacks. Meanwhile, the zombies attempt to satisfy their hunger for fast food by surprising the runners and snatching flags off of their waists. Whether they've been caught, the living make up with the dead at the after-party, which features unlimited beer, award ceremonies, and live music.