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Meet our member: Ana Mantica

Ana Mantica is one of our supporting members.

Member spotlight / June 14, 2019

Get to know local artist Jamilah Sabur

Miami-based artist Jamilah Sabur is the final local to be featured as part of Commissioner’s first season.

Art / June 12, 2019

An Awesome theory for change in Miami

What are Miami’s assets and how can they come together? Natalia Martinez-Kalinina and The Awesome Foundation have been working to answer that question.

Things to do / June 10, 2019

Looking for a place to watch the Women’s World Cup in Miami? We’ve got you covered

Looking for a spot to watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Miami? We’ve got you.

Drink / June 5, 2019

Looking to go shopping this mango season? Here are some Miami spots to check out

Want to actually buy some locally-grown mangoes during Miami’s mango season? Here are some places to get your fix.

Food / June 4, 2019

How can Miami become more resilient? The Resilient 305 strategy has dozens of suggestions

The Resilient 305 strategy is an effort to help Miami become more resilient, to address the climate crisis, and to make sure those plans include a diverse mix of people.

Environment / May 29, 2019

Get to know Lance, the new director of The New Tropic

Lance Dixon is a Miami native, who is moving from the role of storytelling producer to become director of The New Tropic.

Need to know / May 28, 2019

How can Miami residents help preserve Little Haiti’s culture? We put together some tips

A reader asked how folks in Miami can help preserve Little Haiti culture as development picks up in the area. We put together a few recommendations.

Little Haiti / May 23, 2019

How black curators are reshaping and reframing Memorial Day Weekend

Alexis Brown, founder of Social Xchange, is one of several local curators of color hoping to reshape the narrative around Memorial Day Weekend in Miami.

South Beach / May 23, 2019

It all started with a rotting papaya: A look inside Miami’s Center for Subtropical Affairs

The Center for Subtropical Affairs is an urban garden that looks to educate the Miami community on urban agriculture, science, mycology, and much more.

Environment / May 21, 2019