Miami Nice continues to crank out some great posts including this one that takes readers inside Beehive Natural Foods, or just "The Hive," out on Bird Road and 57th Avenue.
The faces are friendly, the juice bar has its own language and culture - take the many samples handed to you and ask about the specials - and the pace is slow. Don't be scared of the vegan empanadas. That's all you need to know. Oh, and order the rainforest smoothie. Lime, ginger, banana and some other amazing secrets.
Miami Pop has been posting since September of last year in a video heavy format that highlights popular events going on around South Florida.
Here's how they describe themselves...
Miami Pop Media captures the essence of the dynamic and vibrant communities comprising South Florida.Kinda like the old Plum TV, maybe?
We are a 360° luxury, lifestyle Media Company
With a coffee-table look and feel, our luxurious editorial coverage focuses on fashion, entertainment, arts/culture, automotive, yachting, sporting events, design, real estate, dining, trends and personality profiles. This hyper-local, compelling content takes readers deep behind the scenes and into the stories that impact our area. We profile the region’s most exciting and influential people, and our bold layouts and stunning photography deliver a resounding editorial “pop”. Our unique and sophisticated editorial approach distinguishes us from any other media in the area.
I discovered them through an Eater Miami mention of their excellent post on the opening of Lucali Pizza on Miami Beach.
Lynn's Little Bit Of Trivia--Lake Worth
Lynn Anderson is a Lake Worth conservative who likes Allen West. She's been blogging using the Blogger platform since 2008, covering local Lake Worth issues and politics as well as the national scene. You won't hear too many kind words about Democrats here, but the local coverage can be interesting at times.
Yesterday, while walking in our downtown with my Respectful Planning t-shirt, I was inspired by those who stopped or stared and read the message. They all were in agreement--keep our great downtown small. It was an easy "sell."I think I've found Palm Beach County's Eye on Miami, kinda sorta.
Where do you see yourself fitting into the fight to keep your downtown a low-rise city? Are you spreading the word to all your neighbors? Are you walking and talking about the issue that has become a blood bath in Lake Worth...a bloodbath of lies from developers and their friends who love The Lucerne and who all want a final hold on what we have--a friendly, small downtown with charm galore and the reason why people visit in the first place.
We have no place here for developer types whose only motivation is building up our prime real estate in the downtown for their greed...making money off our little and very vibrant downtown, their only motivation for their subterfuge--illegal banners not withstanding. They can make plenty of money from building 4 story buildings but some people never make enough of it; they want more of it and they want to do it off the backs of you and me and our great little city. We have the entire Dixie Highway corridor for them. They can go at it.
Lynn gives SFDB a run for its money as far as frequency of posting goes so you won't have to wait too long between updates.