One of my blog posts is in the running for “Post of the Month”

Update: And the winner is ……. guess who?



Last month’s post where I included a video of me getting surrounded by a group of angry Cuban exiles and assaulted by a Versailles security guard is one of four South Florida blog posts that is in the running for the South Florida Daily Blog “Post of the Month”.

The South Florida Daily Blog was launched last month by former Stuck on the Palmetto blogger Rick and is described as a blog that “sifts through and reviews most of the blogs based in South Florida and highlights those posts that stand out from the rest of the day’s traffic.”

Readers are encouraged to vote on either my video post or on one of the other three blog posts that are described and linked on this SFDB post.

To vote, click on this link.

Update: And the winner is ……. guess who?



Last month’s post where I included a video of me getting surrounded by a group of angry Cuban exiles and assaulted by a Versailles security guard is one of four South Florida blog posts that is in the running for the South Florida Daily Blog “Post of the Month”.

The South Florida Daily Blog was launched last month by former Stuck on the Palmetto blogger Rick and is described as a blog that “sifts through and reviews most of the blogs based in South Florida and highlights those posts that stand out from the rest of the day’s traffic.”

Readers are encouraged to vote on either my video post or on one of the other three blog posts that are described and linked on this SFDB post.

To vote, click on this link.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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