I'm getting this evening Sift out a little earlier than usual for a change. Enjoy your evenings, folks, it's the weekend. [For proof, check out the SFDB Weekend Widget in the right sidebar.]
A- Your CSA share Week 18 is pictorially presented at Redland Rambles.
B- The very low profile My Ceviche is open for business on South Beach, says Eater Miami.
Status: Sam Gorenstein is a very low key chef, which is why his 240-square foot South of Fifth youth hostel hideaway My Ceviche opened very softly, as they say, and very quietly. But not for long. Gorenstein and his partner, Roger Duarte, founder and president of the thriving stone crab delivery service George Stone Crab, previewed their selection of an intimate seafood takeaway and delivery counter, serving a handful of ultra-fresh stone crabs, tacos, burritos, salads and of course, ceviches, during Sony Ericcson and are now doing takeaway and delivery from its SoFi HQ.C- Salty Eggs lists the 5 reasons it is okay to date a feminist.
1) The conversation is better: If Schlafly’s talking about people who care about whether women — especially low-income women — will have access to basic healthcare (and Schlafly is wrong when she says this isn’t about access; just ask 130,000 poor women in Texas), then she’s generally referring to a group of individuals who like to read, to stay informed, to educate themselves before voting, and who genuinely care about the people around them. That makes for good company.D- Beached Miami shares some photos from last night's Paco de Lucia concert at the Fillmore.
E- The first thing that came to mind when I read The305.Com post that MTV's The Real World was having an open casting call at the Bayside Hooter's was: Is that show still on?
F- Easter thoughts from Obalesque.
Easter is one of the two annual holidays where pastors actually see their congregants inside the church. So if you’re a member of the C&E tribe, remember not to leave too early, as the regulars can get mighty fussy about their customary spots in the pew.G- Coconut Grove Grapevine posts a decent video of the "Give It Back" campaign.
H- Another Miami New Times contributor is apparently running for office, as Random Pixels points out.
Gus Garcia-Roberts has has thrown his hat in the ring. He recently qualified to run for an open commission seat in the small town of Surfside.
You may not recognize the name, but surely you've seen his work. Gus - a staff writer at Miami New Times - is the evil genius behind one of paper's more popular web features, "Mugshots Friday."
Gus announced his plans to run for Surfside's open commission seat a few weeks ago in a piece on his paper's blog, Riptide 2.0.
"I'm going to make this town awesome," Gus wrote.