(8 posts)

This is the story of the woman who lives in a tree

Shawnee Chasser is the rare Floridian who hates A.C. She built a treehouse as her home because she says she hates sleeping between walls.

People / September 25, 2016

There’s one spot to get your nosh on in Hialeah

Unofficial segregation and the textile industry brought Jews to Hialeah. They eventually left, but their comfort food remained.

Food / June 19, 2016

Ño Que Barato is the Walmart of the Cuban diaspora

This Hialeah mainstay was the first to meet all the needs of los exiliados, from baby cologne to mumus for abuelita.

Hialeah / June 13, 2016

The Rooster Guy

The man and the story behind Miami’s beloved painted roosters

Art / March 24, 2016

10 tasty ways to eat cheap

Being broke’s not all bad. Sometimes the tightest of budgets can lead to unexpectedly delicious discoveries. We’ve got your guide to the tastiest local hole in the walls you haven’t heard of, yet.

Food / January 5, 2016

Who’s saving Miami’s bees?

South Florida is full of buzzing bees, and they’re doing so much more than just bringing us that sweet, sweet honey.

Environment / October 19, 2015

More about Brickell’s Well of Ancient Mysteries

In the middle of Brickell, surrounded by high-rises, there’s a house with a story to tell, and a man who’s spent decades discovering it.

Brickell / October 13, 2015

Learning the Miami schlep

Getting from point A to point B is one of those constant Miami struggles, especially without a car. Here’s one take on learning the Miami schlep, and why it’s not for the faint of heart.

Brickell / August 25, 2015