One less Monday to get through, readers. Hope yours wasn't too bad. Your reward is a very fine evening Sift.
A- Shorter Gun Free Zone...
Our guns transform us into macho heroes who come to the rescue of the weaker and ungrateful (and unarmed) in times of great danger.B- It's Code Orange Kids from the 'Burgh at Churchill's tomorrow night, according to Salty Eggs.
Which is why you should dust off your stomping shoes for tomorrow night at Churchill’s — not just because hardcore/punk/whatever lifers H20 are playing with Terror, but because this tour also represents the next wave. Pittsburgh act Code Orange Kids are technically openers, but should be among the main attraction: They’re ’90s babies who have taken hardcore back to its pummeling basics.C- PhinPhanatic makes the case for why the 50th Super Bowl belongs in Miami.
The reality is this. The NFL wants their 50′th Super Bowl to be a huge success. A spectacular spectacle that no other Super Bowl has shown and the two cities fighting for that luxury is a city who has never hosted a Super Bowl and a city who has hosted it 10 times. The math is easy. San Francisco will have to call upon Los Angeles, Pasadena, and San Diego for help. Miami doesn’t have to do anything.D- Check out the art at the Average Joe Art Sale in Miami at Tropicult.
E- Museum Park's landscaping isn't as bad as you might think, claims Curbed Miami.
The northern portion, which is basically the landscaping for the two museums, the plaza between the museums, the green buffer zone between the museums and 395, a little gardeny area close to Biscayne Boulevard, and the Perez Art Museum Miami's awesome hanging gardens, are all still being fully executed.F- Miami Urbanist takes a look at the historic Miami neighborhood of Morningside.
One of my favorite Miami neighborhoods to bike around has to be Morningside. Located in the Upper Eastside of Miami it is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. Morningside was a planned subdivision with tree-lined boulevards that sprang up in the 1920’s with a predominantly Mediterranean Revival style of architecture. Homes built in the 1930s and early 1940s have a more Art Deco flavor.G- South Florida Food and Wine shares the news that breakfast at Fort Lauderdale's Bahia Cabana is simple, cheap and good.
If you’re looking for foie gras Benedict with a Champagne chaser it’s not going to happen here. What you will find is the Sunday Breakfast special for $14.95 serving unlimited Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas from 7am-11am.