It's the last day of Basel, readers. Life returns to what ever normal is tomorrow, right? Here's your morning Sift.
A- Miami Urbanist explains how a certain section of Wynwood is turning into a kind of restaurant hub for the area.
This place was a former crack house that was filled with vagrants and slated to be condemned. Luckily, the owners of this new bbq joint had a vision and saved this 1939 building from demolition. The 1,800 sq foot restaurant also has a huge outdoor space and last night there was a live band playing.B- Transit Miami's Craig Chester is moving to DC.
Recently, I accepted a communications fellowship with Smart Growth America in Washington, D.C. and will begin the position in early January, 2013. I will be relocating to D.C over the course of the next few weeks.C- Eye on Miami mulls over the Herald's paywall.
I pay for The New York Times, daily. The paper is indispensable, because it offers critical coverage of news and events. I can't find that in The Miami Herald on most days, and because of its on-and-off character -- when the paper disappears from open access on the web -- I am divided about what to do.