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Newest Astrodome preservation plan: World's largest indoor park

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Houston Astrodome

We have another concept for the preservation of the Astrodome: Harris County Judge Ed Emmett is proposing the Eighth Wonder of the World be converted to the world's largest indoor park.

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Goodbye to Greer Stadium

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Nashville SoundsNo preservationists have stepped forward to demand its survival, and with a spiffy new ballpark on the way, we're guessing there won't be too many tears shed tonight during the last Nashville Sounds (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) game at Greer Stadium.

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Paul McCartney leads last event at Candlestick Park

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Candlestick Park

The Beatles ended their concert career at Candlestick Park, so it's appropriate Paul McCartney played the last event in the 54-year-old stadium's history.

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Paul McCartney to play last event at Candlestick Park

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Candlestick Park

The final event for Candlestick Park, which opened in 1960 as the home of the San Francisco Giants, is scheduled for this week when Paul McCartney fittingly closes the places out with a concert.

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Astrodome demolition proposed by Texans, rodeo

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New Astrodome park space

The Houston Astrodome would be torn down to make way for green space and a unique park under a proposal from the NFL's Houston Texans and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

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