Local Event Sports Association

As a society, we are constantly changing.


Cavemen built clubs, and used their counterparts as test-subjects.


In the Roman Empire, coliseums were built for men to compete against each other, and allowed for fandom to ignite.


During the Medieval Age, jesters filled the scene and provided entertainment for all. Shakespeare thereafter wowed audiences with his story-telling and "play-making ability"…literally.


More recently, in the 1960s and '70s, times were good. Life was, for the most part, care-free. Days were filled with kids playing in yards, neighbors conversing regardless of mutual-likeness, and of course who could forget those Beatles?

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