(39 posts)

How a single water-bottle refill station became a full-time career

How a private citizen accidentally became a full-time environmental activist after applying to The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge.

Environment / March 23, 2017

How Friends of The West End plan to make West Kendall cool

The West Kendall dilemma: How do you make the community more than a place where people go home to sleep?

Art & Culture / March 21, 2017

How New World Symphony Fellows are challenging the classical concert experience

New World Symphony’s latest performance, “Dimensions,” is turning classical music stereotypes on their heads.

Art & Culture / March 19, 2017

You don’t need to be an urban planner to change public spaces

Ileana Collazo used hand-painted flowerpots and tropical plants to honor Little Havana’s public spaces and local artists.

Art & Culture / March 12, 2017

What you need to know to go to New World Symphony with us

Because it’s time we take Miami’s symphonies and orchestras in account when we talk our live music scene.

Art & Culture / March 8, 2017

The first-produced screenwriters shaking up this year’s Miami Film Festival

Catch these first-produced screenwriters at the Miami Film Festival this year before they hit super stardom.

Art / March 6, 2017

RadioFest takes a modern look at a classic legacy

Who says video killed the radio star?

Things to do / March 5, 2017

The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge wants to fund your next big idea.

Time to channel your inner Leslie Knope – The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge is back.

Need to know / March 5, 2017

The best things to see and do at the Miami Film Festival

Cinephiles rejoice: We’ve got a roundup of events, screenings, and soirees you won’t want to miss at this year’s Miami Film Festival.

Things to do / March 1, 2017

When classical meets the club

The New World Symphony wants you to get crunk to classical music.

Music / February 23, 2017