Haven't read a bad word about the Herald redesign yet, although as you'll see by the lead off item in your evening Sift, it's going to take more than that to make the Herald readable again.
A- Random Pixels notes that while the Herald's new design is all new, the editing, or lack of, remains the same.
B- Incertus has Annette Taddeo's brand new ad.
C- The Phin Phanatic is optimistic that, while this may not be a Super Bowl season for the Dolphins, things are looking up.
The Miami Dolphins schedule is now full of winnable games every week and the future for the franchise is looking brighter with every snap Pennington takes. The team is a long way from its new peak though, and the addition of skill players and young defenders, as well as a clear heir apparent at the quarterback position are next for the Dolphins.
I disagree. The Patriots game was one game. Put two or three wins together in a row and then come back and tell me, "I told you so!" and I'll admit that I was wrong. But until then, this sounds like every other post-game analysis that I've been listening to for the past 5 years after a Dolphins win.
D- South Florida Theatre Scene has its usual weekend roundup.
E- Natalie's Nibbles has the info on the upcoming Great American Dine Out where participating restaurants donate a certain portion of their proceeds to efforts to end child hunger right here in the good 'ole United States.
F- Coconut Grove is bustling these days even with the bad economy, according to Coconut Grove Grapevine.
G- The South Florida Food Review loves Old Heidelberg in Fort Lauderdale, especially this time of year.
I thoroughly enjoyed myself at the Old Heidelberg. I have had enough bad German food to last me a lifetime. While dining at Old Heidelberg, I felt as if I were in Munchen (Munich) walking along the Marienplatz. For those who are a fan of German cuisine, the Old Heidelberg is a breath of fresh air. For those not experienced, it is an eventful introduction to a new cuisine, and culture not often portrayed properly or positively. Give the Old Heidelberg a try you will be impressed.
H- Miami-Dade Dems has the WPLG "Truth Test" clips that deem the Diaz-Balart political ads as being false and/or misleading.
I- Bark Bark Woof Woof has more video of Sarah Palin's interview with Katie Couric. This time Sarah expounds on the "Russia is close to Alaska" meme that she and John McCain are using to prove her foreign policy experience. Someday, I hope, we'll all look back at Sarah and her legions of kooky followers as being the biggest motivators for an aggressive Democratic campaign in the final days leading up to the election.
J- Blast Off! has some good news for Democrats out of Palm Beach County.