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This food fest is looking to showcase Miami’s black-owned restaurants

Alexis Brown and Joel Franklin organized the Black Pepper Food Festival in Overtown, to give Miami’s black-owned restaurants some shine.

Things to do / April 17, 2019

Celebrating Record Store Day 2019 in Miami? Here’s what some local spots have in store

Looking to celebrate Record Store Day in Miami? We decided to break down what some shops across the 305 are doing to celebrate this year.

Things to do / April 11, 2019

What are your questions about Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood?

Got questions about Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood? Submit them and we’ll dig for the answers.

Little Havana / April 4, 2019

Neighborhood spotlight on West Kendall

Want to learn more about Miami’s West Kendall neighborhood? We’ve got you covered.

Things to do / March 28, 2019

Wondering how to get involved in West Kendall? We’ve got a few tips

A reader asked us how she could get more involved in West Kendall and we have a few tips.

Things to do / March 25, 2019

Changemakers: Meet the people rethinking the design of Miami’s skyline

For our latest Changemakers series we wanted to highlight the folks who are taking a unique approach to building in Miami, and doing innovative work in architecture and urban design.

Changemakers / March 21, 2019

This ‘madrina’ is creating a community for Miami’s women entrepreneurs

Gaby Guzman created Las Comadres in an effort to bring Miami women entreprneurs together in an engaging space.

People / March 18, 2019

Finding love in Miami can be tough, so we decided to dive into the issue

Miami is a tough place for modern lovers so we decided to dig in to figure out why that is, and get some tips from local experts.

Issues: Modern Love / February 27, 2019

These Miami love stories will bring a smile to your face

We got more than 40 submissions from readers who shared their stories of finding, and sometimes losing, love in Miami.

Issues: Modern Love / February 27, 2019

This historic house is paying tribute to one of Miami’s black pioneers

D.A. Dorsey is a familiar name to many in Miami and now his historic home is revealing even more about his life.

History / February 19, 2019