In preparation for its grand reopening after a $28 million renovation, Center Stage has unveiled an updated name, a new logo and a new website.
Last month, Johns Hopkins unveiled its brand-new logo. That may not sound like a big deal, but when you consider that the university comprises two dozen schools, research centers, and institutes, each with its own constituents and aesthetics, the task starts to seem quite a bit more complex.
The down-on-their-luck Orioles might be looking to recapture a little magic from their glory days. They’ve unveiled their 2012 uniforms, which include caps that feature a variation on the cartoon bird logo from the seventies and eighties, and an orange jersey (which hasn’t been worn since the O’s moved from Memorial Stadium to Camden Yards in 1992) to be worn for select home games.
Fans either love the change, or they like the old cartoon bird but not the white-panel cap, or they think that the “ornithological” oriole is far classier, or they would prefer to have both bird logos in use and drop the “O’s” caps, or they would welcome a logo change, but one that looks to the future instead of the past, or they don’t care what the players wear as long as they start winning.
Well, if classic jerseys and caps can’t help them turn it around, they could always try playing games outside of the YMCA in Waverly.