(36 posts)

man serving food after Irma in Little Haiti

When are we really going to talk about Hurricane Irma?

When can we have an honest conversation with our elected officials about how to be better prepared for the next storm?

Politics / September 22, 2017

Sept. 19 is an important day for the Miami-Dade County budget.

The public hearing is the best way to weigh in on the proposed Miami-Dade County budget, which will affect everything from policing to parks.

Politics / September 18, 2017

After Hurricane Irma: What you need to know

We know everyone is anxious to get back to check on their homes after Hurricane Irma. Here’s what you need to know about getting back.

Environment / September 14, 2017

Get Hurricane Irma updates without a TV

Once the power goes out, a battery powered radio will be your best friend. Here are the stations to tune in to.

Things to do / September 6, 2017

How to protect your place, your car, your pets, and everything else

We have the details on how to protect your car, your home, your pet, and your valuables during Hurricane Irma.

Environment / September 5, 2017

Hurricane Irma evacuations

Hurricane evacuations and neighborhood risk

Everything you need to know about Hurricane Irma evacuations, storm surge, and flood risk as the hurricane nears Miami.

Environment / September 5, 2017

Transit’s budget is being cut. Help us fight back.

Transit Alliance Miami has the immediate goal of stopping a proposal to cut the transit budget and a longterm goal of making getting around Miami better for everyone.

Transit / August 22, 2017

Maven Leadership Collective BinGay

Let’s bring some color to LGBTQ leadership

Today, across South Florida, passionate organizers will petition elected officials for justice for all, social entrepreneurs will reimagine doing good as good business, and innovative thinkers will tackle complex challenges with exciting solutions. While queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) are among those who are contributing daily to a new Miami, all too often […]

Your View / August 16, 2017

Why Miami Beach isn’t planning for epic rain like Emily’s

It’s on purpose – but that doesn’t mean it’s not a problem.

Environment / August 2, 2017