Where France meets Cuba in Hialeah
The proof is in the pastrami
Allapattah’s bean-to-brew roasters
Half a century of Goodwill
A “typical” Sunday in Allapattah
Overtown has for decades been considered the heart of Miami’s black community. In the early 20th century, when it was known as “Colored Town,” the area housed jazz clubs and local businesses that attracted everyone from a young Muhammad Ali to legends like Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday.
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Overtown: A Miami neighborhood full of history and promise
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How was Miami’s Overtown neighborhood chosen as the place to expand I-95?