Daily digest: The Cleveland Guardians’ art deco past, Lord Aeck Sargent reemerges as an independent firm, and more

Welcome back to another Friday roundup. As the 2020 (2021, now) Tokyo Summer Olympics kick off today despite heat warnings, athletes testing positive for COVID, and two staffing controversies thus far, it’s the perfect time to revisit AN’s roundup of the venues that will be used (sans spectators).

Here’s what you need to know going into the weekend:

The Cleveland Indians are now the Guardians, referencing the city’s art deco history

Cleveland’s hometown Major League Baseball team has finally settled on a new name after announcing it would drop the Indians moniker in December of 2020 (and Chief Wahoo, the Native American caricature that previously served as the team’s logo). Now,

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