Radiate Miami is changing the city culture by changing the culture in your gut

Miami’s riding a wellness wave – and entrepreneurs like Susan Duprey are getting on it.

/ May 10, 2017

Mustard Seed Project rehabilitates former inmates through community farming

The community program helps former inmates replace histories of substance abuse with sustainable urban farm practices.

/ April 27, 2017

Getting into the weed: where Florida’s at on medical marijuana

We voted for it. So why is the legislature moving slower than a bunch of high school kids on 4/20?

/ April 19, 2017

Here are 10 great places to ride your bike in Miami

You survived the Miami winter. Now get out there and enjoy our beautiful weather.

/ March 2, 2017

How South Florida is winning at health tech

The region is leading in everything from electronic health records management (EHR) to telehealth, with an accelerator running alongside all of it.

/ February 26, 2017

11 things we learned about Zika from a top disease expert

The head of the Center for Disease Control came to Miami to talk about our Zika response and the future of the virus.

/ November 1, 2016

Why isn’t the county spraying Little River’s Zika zone?

Some say Little River isn’t getting the same attention Wynwood and Miami Beach did when it comes to Zika.

/ October 28, 2016

Does Zika really cause microcephaly?

While reporting in Miami Beach, we encountered tons of protesters who said they weren’t convinced that Zika actually caused microcephaly. We asked a few experts to explain it.

/ October 3, 2016

Miami Beach doesn’t want naled but the county’s gonna keep spraying it

Some Miami Beach residents do not want the county to keep spraying naled, and they made that pretty clear at a commission meeting on Wednesday. Here’s what went down.

/ September 14, 2016

Ayahuasca is putting down roots in South Florida

Most shamans using ayahuasca have to source from the Amazon, but practitioners here in South Florida can grow the root right in their backyard.

/ September 1, 2016