Here's a chance for all SFDB readers to get involved and tell us what post you enjoyed the most. So without further delay, I present to you the nominees to check out and consider [click on the "Nominee #" to be taken to the post].
Wide Lawns and Narrow Mind's side-splitting discussion of Halloween candy, called "Halloween Candy", was a trip back in time to Halloweens of old and what kind of candy was popular back then.
On the night of November 4th, Carlos Miller spent his night taking photographs of the emotional faces of Miami-Dade Democrats as they celebrated the liberation of America from eight years of tyranny. He posted these unforgettable images in a blog entry he titled "The People Have Spoken."
Tilefortlauderdale's tiles sometimes take on quite a wonderful life of their own as we saw in "Victor's Fiery New Beginnings."
All you want to know about gambling in South Florida was covered in exquisite and humorous detail by Miami Beach 411 in "Poker, Horses & Jai-Alai: A Guide to Gambling in South Florida."
Depth of Field captured the emotion, the flavor, and the people that attended Homestead's Ribfest in a photo exposé he aptly titled, "Miami-Dade Parks Ribfest 2008."
So there are the five nominees. Vote below and be part of the process that determines SFDB's Post of the Month for November.