Lights on! It was an unusually busy day for blogs in South Florida. A wrap-up follows as well as a new blog alert.
***New Blogs Alert***
SFDB welcomes MIAMIART to the South Florida blogosphere.
The function of this blog is to compensate for the lack of critical art writing in Miami. Our goal is to provide a critical venue for dialogue about the quality and content of art in Miami. The contributors will remain anonymous in hopes to provide critical freedom. The contributors to this blog are not professional or qualified art writers. Our qualification is that we are practicing artists. So if the quality of writing is lacking, please consider that we are filling in for the lack of “qualified” writers in Miami. If you disagree with an opinion or view on this blog, please feel free to include a comment or write your own review and post it on our comments section.
MIAMIART has been blogging since March 17th and they use a Wordpress platform. Looks like hardcore art fans in South Florida now have a great blog to visit.
A- Bacardi & Diet and MiamiNights both have first person accounts of last night's Winter Music happenings.
B- FTL Today stops in D. Wade's Sports Grill and Bar in Fort Lauderdale and checks it out.
C- A couple restaurant reviews posted today. Consumable Joy floats over to No Name Harbor Restaurant in Bill Baggs State Park and finds that the food is surprisingly edible. And All Purpose Dark stops in for a late night snack at the new Red Light and enjoys herself.
D- Speaking of floating, check out Haulover's floating hamburger stand that Miamism Pix captured.
E- Matt at Matt's Photography Blog snapped a nice picture of a hot air balloon just before it came down and got dragged into a barbed wire fence.
F- Yay! 26th Parallel is celebrating his 3rd blogaversary and Miami-Forum lets loose in celebration of his 200th post.
G- Blast Off! is posting non-stop from Eschacon in Philadelphia and has lots of pictures of people progressives read and rarely see.
H- Incertus comments on a Sun-Sentinel report of a rise in the number of homeless working poor.