I think the Critical Mass riders are going to get a little damp tonight. Hope you're enjoying your evening and planning your weekend out using the handy SFDB Weekend Widget in the right sidebar.
A- Shorter Gun Free Zone...
You should listen to me, a blogger, when it comes to legal matters before you listen and believe an actual attorney.B- Boy Writes Miami gets comped at Oceanaire Seafood Room and loves their food.
When I did bite into the jerk grouper, the Israel-Palestine conflict ended. ENDED. I don’t know what the culinary parallel to the word “cacophony” is, but that’s basically what happened in my mouth. It felt like there was a hint of cinnamon or nutmeg or something in it too, I can’t put my tongue on it, but the best way I can describe it is it tasted like Jamaican Christmas.C- Beached Miami's Instapix Pic of the Week is up.
D- You're living in one of the most expensive areas for housing and transportation, according to Curbed Miami.
E- Redland Rambles gives us a look at what is in Week #2 of your CSA share.
F- Arterpillar takes a look at local artist Hilda Vazquez and the way she's combining art with music this weekend in Fort Lauderdale.
In addition to sharing her works, she enjoys sharing the limelight, so what she initially intended as the debut of her musician series has now turned into an all-out bash. "The more I thought about it, I wanted to make it a party — a celebration of art and music combined, since without one I wouldn't have created the other," she notes. "So I called a few friends (also artists and photographers) and said 'I have a venue, let's all show our music-inspired work."G- See if you agree with Eater Miami's Best Mojito map.
So when you've got visitors wanting that "authentic" Miami experience or a craving for that minty-rum drink, head to one of these places.H- Eye on Miami posts a chart showing travel times to work for the various districts in Miami-Dade County.
22,813 of our residents travel 90 minutes or more for work. Another 87,390 spend 60 to 89 minutes traveling to their jobs. That is a crime. 26.1% of workers travel more than 40 minutes a day.