Get up and get the weekend started with your SFDB Saturday morning Sift.
A- Miami Bike Scene has pictures of a couple bikes that were stolen recently on Miami Beach. Be on the lookout!
B- Local Motion Miami has some photos from her visit to the Rubell Family Collection's 30 Americans exhibit.
The artwork left my mind swarming. I was overwhelmed by the beauty and complexity of the images, which grappled with issues of gender, identity, race, sexuality, U.S. slave history and violence.C- Some Cranky Guy has some weird creatures catching rides on him.
It also left me feeling that a truly liberated society is not color blind but rather exults and celebrates its technicolored population. There is nothing wrong with noticing the features that make each of us unique. It would be an awfully boring world if everyone looked like carbon copies of each other.
D- Random Pixels makes an interesting point about a certain local Cuban-American blog.
Not really, but it is fun pondering when Babalu's Val Prieto will get around to responding to all the right-wing racist attacks on Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.E- Eye on Miami has the raw figures on the number of foreclosures in Miami-Dade Count this year and how those figures compare to years past.
Especially since they're always ever-vigilant in their effort to expose what they perceive as left-wing racism against Hispanics and Cubans where ever it exists.