South Florida Web Awards: Meet Your News and Miami Blogging Nominees
Miamians are ravenous about their sports teams. Whether they're fans of the Dolphins, the Marlins, the Canes, or the Heat, people love to read their professional (or otherwise highly questionable) expertise from animated bloggers. Miami sports bloggers bore Giancarlo's monster dongs, LeBron's Cobradick, and Tannehill's promise of being the next Marino.
Dolphins fans know where to get their shit. Game recaps, news, analyses, and reader-driven community blogs drive the site to Phin fan frenzies. For Phinsider, there is no off-season. They cover it all, all the time.
For those Dolphins fans who crave in-depth analysis from ravenous fans like themselves, Phin Phanatic is the place for them. From Draft Day analysis to player profiles, Phin Phanatic has the Dolphins covered.
Dick jokes. That's what Fins Nation uses to lure in Dolphins fans to their site. This is the kind of sports blog that relies on humor to make their point. If you can recall, the geniuses behind Fins Nation flew an airplane banner over the stadium that read, "Save our Dolphins. Fire Jeff Ireland" in 2011.
Those looking for a place to rant and rave about Al Golden's boys should look no further than allCanes. Everything a fan of the U wants is here. Apparel? Check. Cheerleaders pics? Check. Photos? Check. Overall badassery? Check.
The Miami Marlins may have run into some rough times lately, but Marlins Diehards are all over South Florida's ball club. A lot has happened in the off-season. And the Marlins Diehards have been there to offer topical commentary as well as a break-down to Giancarlo Stanton's latest monster dong.
New Times' South Florida Web Award with Boxwood and Panic Bomber. Saturday, November 10 at Green Room, 109 SW Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Doors at 10 p.m. 21 and over. Free and open to the public.
--Hannah Sentenac and Alex Rodriguez