Coming to you from Puerto Rico which, I am happy to report, is drying out although right now it's raining. This afternoon's cloud cover actually made the temperatures rather pleasant which is something I rarely say about the weather in Puerto Rico during any time of the year.
Here we go with a somewhat shortened evening Sift...
A- Transit Miami announces BikeMiami.
Well, mark your calendar Miamians, because the City of Miami is closing several downtown streets for what is now being dubbed BIKEMIAMI. Sources close to Transit Miami confirm this landmark event will take place on Sunday, November 9th. The exact times have not been scheduled, but know that it will likely run from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. Bicyclists, skaters, pedestrians, joggers, roller bladers, yoga fanatics and everyone else and there mother will be invited to come downtown and enjoy their city — without cars.
B- Tilefortlauderdale gives us an update on the travel status of some of her more adventurous tiles.
I like that the tiles that once dully sat in stacks in my dark closet are now out there in the world, living colorful lives of their own, and having awesome adventures. So thanks to all who've adopted them. You all are the very best.
C- The Phin Phanatic breaks down the Dolphin's now infamous "Wildcat formation."
It is the brainchild of Miami Dolphins quarterback coach David Lee. A formation that he designed while coaching at the University of Arkansas last season. It’s called the “Wild Cat” formation and it gave the New England Patriots DC fits…and honestly, as a former defensive co-ordinator myself, it’s giving me fits as well.
D- Random Pixels watches the Herald better than anyone else.
E- Karu & Y is opening again, according to MiamiNights, and they have the details.
F- Homestead is Home reprints today's Wall Street Journal article that calls Homestead, "The Comeback City."