It was unusually slow today in the South Florida blogosphere. Here's the highlights as I saw them. Enjoy your evening Sift, readers.
A- Eye on Miami smells something fishy with a Target land purchase in SW Miami-Dade.
With T Party politicians like Rick Scott and Pam Bondi as members of the Cabinet it looks bad for the environment. We don't know yet what Target is planning, it is just the stench of lobbyists in the air that has me worried this morning.B- South Florida Classical Review likes this weekend's orchestral line up at the Arsht.
The Cleveland Orchestra, under music director Franz Welser-Möst, will perform Beethoven’s most serene piano concerto and Berlioz’s feverish portrayal of a lovesick artist’s opium dream Friday and Saturday at the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, in the third installment of its four-program Miami season.C- Random Pixels is glad that his blogging is being noticed.
But I'll relax that rule and say that if just one person sees that banner and then reads my post and it convinces them to call a cab after they've had too much to drink, then it will make what I do here worth the effort.D- Political Cortadito gets tossed out of City Hall.
Earlier, after I had arrived, I heard someone rush into the office of Castro lackey Arnie Alonso and announce that “that blogger” was there.E- Shorter Gun Free Zone...
The NRA's struggle against gun safety measures is like the Jews fighting Hitler.F- Curbed Miami reports that half the Design District has been bulldozed.