Owe the Year in Review team in specific, and Facebook in general, an apology. No, not the other way around, he wrote. Am very sorry that I dropped the Internet on (Gheller head for Christmas. Shunned by Pop Warner, Curtis’ football career began at Seaside High where he was The Herald’s Athlete of the Year in 2001. He still returns to the area every year to volunteer at the Herman Edwards Football Camp and hopes to one day own a restaurant near CSUMB. For a day, though, an NFL road trip took him to within three minutes of his house.
That’s the next important day on the Dolphins’ schedule.Here, in the final hours of 2017, after the final loss of the year, Dolphins owner Steve Ross stood in the losing locker room and said what owners, coaches and general managers have typically said here for years.”I hate f losing,” Ross said after a meaningless 22 16 loss.(Dave Hyde)2. Jarvis Landry had his 111th catch this year to set a franchise record and then all Dolphins broke loose. Landry tried to put the ball over the goal line, appeared to fumble and it was returned for a Bills touchdown.
FILE In this Jan. 30, 2000, file photo, St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner, right, gets a hug from Rams coach Dick Vermeil after the Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans 23 16 to win Super Bowl XXXIV in Atlanta. Malcolm Jenkins, Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, Vinny Curry, Mychal Kendricks and Beau Allen are six key defensive players left from a team that upset the Patriots, 35 28, at Gillette Stadium on Dec. 6, 2015. It was former coach Chip Kelly’s next to last win before Philadelphia fired him later that month..
I was deeply disappointed to learn Delegate Brenda Pogge, incumbent in the 96th District, and Heather Cordasco, candidate for the 93rd District, have refused to participate in the League of Women Voters Candidate Forum. Sadly, their non participation does not serve the public interest and shows a disdain for their constituents. I encourage them to reconsider so we, the voters, can better understand their positions and priorities..
“It’s because of public investment in spaces like this.”On Monday, that vision remained tethered to a muddy reality as workers were still busy completing the park’s amenities, including basketball courts, splash pad, a Great Lawn large enough to accommodate arena size crowds, docks, a dog park and a two story boathouse for crews to stow their shells.A good chunk of the cost about $15 million came from the city’s settlement with BP for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.”I couldn’t think of a better use of that money,” Buckhorn said.Public art will play a role throughout the park from Thomas Sayre’s stainless steel Ripple Gates spirals to Jovi Schnell’s mosaic on the restroom building next to the children’s area of the park and Marc Fornes’ Form of Wonder shade canopy and “photo op” destination.City Council member Guido Maniscalco said the park is a welcome addition to his district.”Tampa has never seen anything like this,” Maniscalco said. “Now we’re bringing it to the other side of the river where it’s long overdue.”About half of the trees on the site were preserved. Parts of those that were cut were made into benches and repurposed for other uses, city officials said.The project has had some blips.