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Five things that will change Miami in 2018

We took a look at five things happening in 2018 that will change the way you live in the Magic City.

Things to do / January 9, 2018

Say hello to the newest member of our team

Meet Lance Dixon, our newest storytelling producer, who will be bringing you even more delightful Miami stories this year.

Need to know / January 4, 2018

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The New Tropic’s Basel Bible

It’s Miami Art Week, the most epic cultural event of the year. Our Basel guide should help you make the most of the week.

Art / December 6, 2017

Here are the Miami Art Week events to check out every day this week

We took a look through all 3,485,385 e-mails, Facebook messages, and pieces of snail mail we received and chose the best.

Art / December 4, 2017

This is what happens when we step outside our silo

Alejandro Gonzalez was one of dozens of Miamians who hosted a “My Miami Story” conversation on Oct. 17. Everyone there met someone they never would have met otherwise.

Your View / November 16, 2017

What happened when we entered Miami into the black and white challenge

We wanted in on the black and white challenge going around the internet, so we asked you to share your fave black and white shots of the Magic City.

People / October 31, 2017

Francis Suarez

The New Tropic talked with Francis Suarez about his vision for the city of Miami and how he would make that happen if elected as mayor.

City of Miami Voter Guide / October 25, 2017

Ralph Rosado

Learn more about candidate Ralph Rosado, who wants to be a commissioner for district 4 in the city of Miami.

City of Miami Voter Guide / October 25, 2017

Manolo Reyes

Manolo Reyes

Learn more about candidate Manolo Reyes, who wants to be a commissioner for district 4 in the city of Miami.

City of Miami Voter Guide / October 25, 2017

Miguel Soliman

Miguel Soliman

District/CircuitDistrict 3Websitehttps://www.miguelsolimancampaign.com/OccupationOwner, Soliman Structures (construction company)EducationGarces Commercial College The New Tropic did not receive a response from the campaign to our survey.

City of Miami Voter Guide / October 25, 2017