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93,103 fans--at the time, a record crowd for an organized baseball game in the United States--pack the Coliseum for Roy Campanella Night, a Dodgers-Yankees exhibition game held to benefit the former Brooklyn catcher who had been permanently disabled in an auto accident.
A spokesman for Lowmans Trading, which owns the building, said the company expected to hand the site over to Coliseum in four to five weeks.
Rehearsal Time--Refreshed and ready to go to work, Bow Wow gets to the coliseum early.
Coliseum acquired the Sports Cafe Group last December.
Speaking at Gowran Park yesterday, O'Brien said: "Coliseum has suffered a knee injury and won't be running for some time.
"We've also done a number of technical upgrades to the rest of the coliseum recently," he says.
Coliseum ran Auction House to three-quarters of a length and the winner boosted the form by landing the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster nine days ago.
And Shinn has offered to buy the coliseum, giving the team a more permanent, private home.
For Rambert's first London season in four years (after extensive touring), Bruce presented two programs in the Coliseum, one of London's largest West End theaters.
In 1951, the ALSA received an appropriation from the Legislature to build a coliseum at the fairgrounds.
? Riot Act is on at Oldham Coliseum Theatre's Studio on Saturday, July 27, at 2.30pm.
Despite cancelled concert, Sting still wants to perform in Manila !-- -- ( - July 16, 2019 - 3:58pm MANILA, Philippines Rock icon Sting has cancelled his Manila concert on October 2 in Smart Araneta Coliseum due to scheduling conflicts, concert promoter Ovation Productions recently announced.