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Curaçao Travel Guide

You’ll encounter turquoise waters and white sand beaches on one end of the island and rows upon rows of Dutch houses on the other. Curaçao is a delightful mix of cultures from all around the world.

Travel / May 5, 2017

36 hours in Curaçao

Here’s our guide to making the most of Curaçao between your Friday night arrival and your Sunday departure.

Things to do / May 2, 2017

March Madness: Miami Eats, the votes are in

We’re at the final round. Here’s how we got there.

Food / April 3, 2017

The people of Curaçao

From artists to herbalists, farmers to photographers, the warm and friendly people of Curaçao are the country’s greatest attraction.

People / April 1, 2017

It’s down to two in our March Madness: Miami Eats tournament

We’re at the championship round. What’s the best thing to eat in Miami? Arepas or bagels and lox?

Food / March 30, 2017

March Madness: Miami Eats has arrived at the Final Four

We’re down to the Final Four — arepas versus subs and Jamaican patties versus bagels. Vote now or forever hold your peace.

Food / March 27, 2017

March Madness: Miami Eats Round Three

What’s the best thing to eat in Miami? We’re pitting your favorite food items against each other — and we need your votes.

Food / March 21, 2017

March Madness: Miami Eats Round Two

We’re at round two of our March Madness: Miami Eats bracket. We need your votes and help determining what really is the best thing to eat in Miami.

Things to do / March 20, 2017

March Madness: Miami Eats

What’s the best thing to eat in Miami? We’re boldly going where no news outlet has gone before.

Food / March 7, 2017

Miami and Florida’s Black history

The New Tropic’s archives are full of stories about how African-Americans, Bahamians, and Haitians have shaped the city we live in today. In honor of Black History Month, we’ve gathered it all together in one place. Poke around a little: you’ll probably learn something fascinating about the history of the Magic City.    

History / February 6, 2017