Super Bowl Weekend begins right now, readers. Lots of stuff going on in the next couple days so make sure you peruse the SFDB Weekend Widget in the right sidebar when you get a chance. Here's your evening Sift.
A- Jeff Eats visits a chain "Colombian/Latin" place in Coral Springs.
Anyway…this joint is one cool restaurant. Real easy going–can’t exactly explain the décor…let’s “say” a neighborhood diner with Latin flair.B- Citrus canker suits continue on in the State of Florida, reports South Florida Lawyers.
El Balcon De Las Americas’ menu has a handful of breakfast items, appetizers, salads, soups, meat/chicken/seafood entrees, desserts.
Let's admit it -- the program was flawed, of dubious value, resulted in the permanent alteration of our landscape and neighborhoods, and engendered tremendous bad will.C- The story of South Florida Food and Wine.
Hasn't the legal strategy of fighting these things to the death "hurt residents" enough?
The story. Some people know it and some don’t. Most don’t. South Florida Food and Wine was birthed out of the attempt to save my [internet] gourmet food gift company Really Good Cookies.D- No, the Tea Party isn't racist, why do you ask...at Bark Bark Woof Woof.
E- Discourse shares his thoughts on the passing of former New York City Mayor Ed Koch this morning.
Koch’s generally successful tenure was buoyed by his outsized and quotable personality but stained by what could most charitably be called insensitivity to New York’s racial problems; to a distant observer that insensitivity sometimes looked more calculated.F- Newsflash: The Florida Sheriff's Association believes in the Constitution and I guess Gun Free Zone thinks that is something pretty special.
G- Arterpillar previews the Third Avenue Art Walk on Saturday in Fort Lauderdale.
Since the ArtWalk takes place only once a year, it's a big enough deal to warrant the use of a trolley that will hit the 11 artists studios and also make stops at Museum of Art (One East Las Olas Blvd.) which closes at 9 p.m. and Girls' Club, (117 N.E. Second St.) where featured exhibits include Cameras for Kids (in the project space) and Following the Line, an exhibition curated by Miami gallerist Carol Jazzar, who will be on hand to answer questions during ArtWalk.H- Curbed Miami has the answer to the trivia question, "Where can you find the largest hurricane-resistant windows in the world?"
I- Redland Rambles shows us what CSA Share Week 10 looks like.