Tuesday, November 27, 2012
SFDB Post Of The Week
SFDB selects its Post of the Week by going back and reviewing all the Sifts that we've done over the past 7 days. We find the best post of the week and note the runners ups as we judge them to be.
Thanksgiving slowed things down a bit in the South Florida blogosphere as you might imagine, but there were still some fine posts out there. Let's take a look.
Runners-Up: Although it was a few weeks past Halloween, Tropicult rounded up a decent collection of ten horror films that were locally produced in South Florida. Food for Thought did his usual good job in eloquently summarizing the latest special food lover's dinner, this one for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts held at The Dutch. Some gorgeous images, a subtle narrative and an interesting video graced this post from Hello, I'm Scott and continued to add to my enthusiasm for this blog.
Winner: Random Pixels loves to access old news archives and build informative posts around them and last week he did it again while making a case for "Sam Cooke Boulevard" in Miami-Dade County. While most residents are probably sick of the way South Florida politicians seem to name streets prematurely to unqualified recipients, by the time you are done reading Random Pixels' well-reasoned and articulate post, a Miami-Dade roadway named Sam Cooke Boulevard makes perfect sense. As does awarding Isn't It Time Miami Named A Street After Sam Cooke? this week's SFDB Post of the Week.
'Til next time, keep on blogging!