We run separate polls in selecting two PotM's. SFDB reader's will vote for the Reader's Choice and the panel of 15 Editor's Choice bloggers will vote for the Editor's Choice.
You will find the list of SFDB Post's of the Week from July below. Voting will last through next Wednesday, August 11th, at 9:00 PM. The winners will be pronounced Post of the Month and given their own special post.
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 July nominees to check out and consider [click on the "Nominee #" to be taken to the post].
Nominee #1: "We Were Permanently Banned From The Miami-Dade Metrorail..."
Carlos Miller continues to get a lot of attention for his authority-challenging antics. In this posts he runs a video documenting his confrontation with Metrorail security guards and Miami police that left him banned for life from taking the train.
Nominee #2: "Lightning Bolt Gives Good Show"
When a blog post transports you to another place, you know it's a good one. Such was the case with this Heat Lightning report on Lightning Bolt's appearance at Churchill's. The post was gritty and made you feel like you were sweating and getting loud with the rest of the kids that were at the raucous concert.
Nominee #3: "Good Life At Antiques Road Show Miami Beach"
For the second time in July, The Heat Lightning managed to integrate decent photos, entertaining narrative and a local subject into an excellent blog post. The author's excitement for the subject is palpable, which makes it even that much more fun to read.
Nominee #4: "Little River Market Garden"
A small urban garden located in the most unlikeliest of places in North Miami provided the basis for a wonderfully composed post that acquainted Redland Ramble's readers with the Little River Market Garden. Muriel Olivares, the garden's caretaker, is profiled and through her we find out what goes in to such an ambitious effort.
Nominee #5: "Julia Tuttle Unveiled"
Sex and the Beach realizes that Julia Tuttle is an integral part of Miami history so it is no surprise that it was the only South Florida blog on hand to witness her statute being revealed to the public for the first time in Bayfront Park. This informative post included photos and a video even though Maria's descriptive prose didn't really need any help.
So there are your five nominees. Take your time to read and consider them and then head down to the below poll and cast your vote to help determine SFDB's Post of the Month for July.