Well, SFDB's weekend widget has moved up in the right sidebar so you know we're almost through another week. Enjoy your Thursday morning Sift...
A- By his own words and convictions, Gov. Mark Sanford has no choice but to resign, according to Man or Maniac.
B- The South Florida Theatre Scene posts their weekly wrap-up.
C- Carlos Miller takes a close look at some of the evidence that exists right now in a controversial police shooting on Miami Beach.
D- The South Florida Watershed Journal explains why South Florida's "water year" starts in May and explains "lost water."
May marks our low water mark,E- Food For Thought provides us Part Two of his Paradigm kitchen experience.
And also – mid month – the start of the summer-fall wet season.
That makes it the obvious spot to start the meteorological new year.
F- Miami Bike Scene reveals the route for tomorrow's Critical Mass ride.
G- 305 shares their perspectives of the often-blogged-about South Pointe Park and includes a bunch of photos.
South Point Park is awesome. The whole vibe was very laid back and fun, with kids running and shrieking the way they do when they are having the time of their lives, couples of all ages strolling, holding hands and laying on their backs in the grass, and families gathered around tables and benches. It's cool to find such a chilled out and happy environment in South Beach.H- Bark Bark Woof Woof has some thoughts on Republican Governor Mark Sanford.
I suppose Mr. Sanford's chances of being taken seriously as a presidential candidate are over. Not because he had an affair -- in the GOP, that's practically a qualifier if people like John McCain, John Ensign, and Newt Gingrich are any guide -- but because he showed that when it comes to good judgment and maturity, he's brilliantly unqualified..