Wayne Rosen, a well-known developer of upscale homes, kept his promise — well, one of them. After not getting the rezoning he requested last year to build single-family homes in an industrial area, Rosen — who had vowed to let Homestead’s Keys Gate Golf Course “go brown” — has not relented. True to his word, the golf course today is indeed brown. But it’s not just a matter of dead grass. Piles of tree branches and trash have overtaken tee boxes. Ponds and water hazards are surrounded by knee-deep grass. Once-emerald fairways are now filled with weeds and sand. Dilapidated bathrooms with collapsed roofs are adorned with yellow police tape. Since the course closed, city officials have dealt with
Washington Capitals GM Brian MacLellan didn’t enter the trade deadline looking to make a dramatic splash. The guy was St. Louis Blues defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk, the most prized puck-moving back-liner on the trading block. The cost was their first-round pick in 2017, some (hilariously complicated) conditional picks, along with forwards Zach Sanford and Brad Malone.
The Atlanta Falcons blew a 28-3 lead in Super Bowl 51 before losing to the New England Patriots in overtime. It was a game that many sports fans will never forget. You also may remember that the Falcons went into the locker room at half up 21-3 with all the momentum. Then, the halftime show happened. The Super Bowl halftime show, which featured Lady Gaga, made for a 30-minute halftime compared to the 12-minute intermission in the regular season. Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu said the long layoff contributed to the epic Super Bowl meltdown. Sanu said on NFL Network’s Good Morning Football on Friday when asked about the halftime show’s negative effect: “It definitely did. Because usually,