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 the nominees to check out and consider [click on the "Nominee #" to be taken to the post].
Miami Bike Scene's video for the March Critical Mass Ride was excellent and a prime example of the type of videos you can expect to see on a regular basis there.
Babalú Don’t Know Jack About Mas Canosa was the post that established Generation Miami as the place to go in the SoFla blogosphere for rational and intelligent conversation about Cuba, the Cuban-American community and related South Florida politics.
The Day I Lost My Dad - Remembering the Bay of Pigs Invasion was Generation Miami's second post is as many weeks to garner PotW recognition and revealed a Cuba and Cuban-American perspective that isn't satiated with ideology or harsh rhetoric.
Carlos Miller's photography and film editing skills were once again on display when he posted an excellent short film documenting fellow SoFla blogger Ipanemic's departure from the Magic City on his scooter.
Photographing the birth of a monarch butterfly and posting some excellent images was Some Cranky Guy's ticket to the month's final post of the week.
So there's your five nominees. Vote below and be part of the process that determines SFDB's Post of the Month for April.