Not too much in the way of posting last night. Everyone was pretty wiped out from the very, very busy blogging day, no doubt. Here's your short and to the point morning Sift...
A- The South Florida Watershed Journal still is not sure whether Florida has monsoons.
The evidence – or lack there of – is seemingly in favor of “no”:B- Fuerza Bruta extends its stay at the Arsht through August and offers discount tickets, according to Soul of Miami.
The term “monsoon” is simply not part of Florida’s water lexicon, in both speech and written word. I can’t find it mentioned once anywhere in any of my book on my Florida book shelf.
But that raises my curiosity even more:
“Yes” it’s not mentioned, but “no” it’s not outright refuted either … that keeps me digging.
And after all, South Florida has a distinctly seasonal rainfall pattern.
C- Mango&Lime says that Coral Gables' new Greek restaurant is opening tomorrow.
It turns out they were more ready to open than I thought. Cafe Hellas opens Wednesday, a gentleman who was walking into the place told D. I really hope they bring us some good food.
Cafe Hellas will serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Hours of operation will be Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m.-11:00 p.m. and Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.