Weekends are meant for sleeping in. That's all I'm going to say. Here's your mid-afternoon Sift.
A- The Green Parrot pens a goodbye note to Frank the Cat in our mid-afternoon Sift lead off item.
So curl up with those memories, Frank, the catnip, the treats, the bowls of milk by the ice machine. And remember the tourists, Frank, the tourists, racing, pitched forward and as stiff-legged and hunched over as Grouch Marx, either to get a photo of you on their cell-phones or to pick you up and give you a hug, you a stand-in, a proxy for their kitty back in Columbus, Orlando or Eau Claire. It was exactly that kind of hug that ultimately led to your exile.B- Beached Miami does their usual excellent job of photographing the personalities at last night's Art Walk.
C- Miami City Diggs has some great choices for home rentals on Miami Beach...if you have a minimum of $12K available each month.
D- Sex and the Beach takes a quick look at the Aviation in Miami The First 100 Years exhibit at History Miami.
E- South Florida Food and Wine shines their spotlight on Hani Khouri.
South Florida Food and Wine: Given the broad range of things you do, you probably don’t have a typical day, but tell us what an average day might be like for you.F- Twenty one new photos are up at The Street.
Hani Khouri: No typical day. Some days are reactive, in other words, a chef may call with a special custom cheese request, but the constant is the caring for the goats. I'm a goatherd after all. I make cheese every day and during the season, Mediterranean food for sale at the farmers markets. My specialty at the markets is my own recipe for falafel wraps. A big seller.
G- Eye on Miami finds The Face of Miami and I can't say I disgree.