Long day, readers. Sorry for the delay. Here's your evening Sift.
A- Worst Pizza is very impressed by the Anthony's Coal-Fired Pizza in Plantation, which they say is different from the other Anthony's that they have visited.
When I took my first bite I was more impressed with this pizza than I was at the original Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza that opened up near the Ft. Lauderdale airport. The olive oil Anthony’s sprinkled on top was delightful, and it tasted fantastic after seeping into the cheese and outer crust. The sauce was sweet and pretty smooth. The crust was delicious. Although a part of me hates to say this…. this pizza was excellent.B- Eater Miami maps out Miami's dive bars.
From legendary establishments that have been around for decades to some hole-in-the-wall dives, these are 10 of the best ones around town. If you haven't been, they're worth stopping by for some cheap drinks and a no fuss, good ol' time.C- Go Hydrology! wonders whether we're due for a Big Rain Day.
South Florida has only registered 2 Big Rain Days all year.D- Sweat Records' new tee shirts are peachy.
The long term average is between 5-6.
E- The Miami Herald is apparently now in the business of having their reporters write expletive-laced emails to local bloggers...at Random Pixels.
F- Salty Eggs posts a guide to the music of Art Basel Miami Beach, 2012 Edition.
Here’s a somewhat curated list of our picks for music events going on next week. It’s not meant to be exhaustive. We’ve left out events at super clubs, for one, and the usual local shows or Basel-unrelated events that just happen to be next week.G- Curbed Miami reports that there is a new Tesla dealership on Lincoln Road.
Besides being green, and gorgeous, and expensive, the new Tesla location plays up a great tidbit of Miami Beach history by being the first auto showroom on the street - a street that once had a few - in decades.H- Ryan Tannehill is knocking off Marino records one by one but is he really as good, asks Phin Phanatic.
For someone who wasn’t even suppose to start, and was considered by some another bust for the Dolphins, Tannehill has done a very exceptional job. Are his numbers as impressive as Marino’s? No. Can Tannehill be just as good, if not better, then Marino? I don’t know. Only time will tell. I do know that he has surpassed my expectations and I strongly believe he will only improve from here.I- South Florida Lawyers makes me laugh.