Miami

Locals to Know: Lolo Reskin talks Sweat Records’ Sweet 16 and more

Sweat Records owner co-founder Lolo Reskin spoke with The New Tropic about the Miami music hub’s 16th birthday, its history, and what comes next.

/ March 11, 2021


Miami music in March 2021: Here’s what’s new right now

Afrobeta’s new documentary, “Birthright,” is coming out as part of the Miami Film Festival. 📸: @cristinaisabelrivera Tomorrow is Bandcamp Friday, when more of the money you pay for music goes directly to your favorite artists. But it’s also been a hot minute since we’ve done our infrequent This Week in Miami Music feature, so we […]

/ March 4, 2021


Locals to Know: Florencia Franceschetti on making it in Miami

Hustling as an independent creative was hard before the pandemic hit – thriving in the wake of it is nothing short of miraculous. But that’s just what Florencia Franceschetti has managed to do. Here’s her story.

/ February 26, 2021


Locals to Know: Ryan Pfeffer of The Infatuation talks Miami restaurants and culture

What’s it like interviewing some of Miami’s biggest celebs? How can you support local restaurants right now? What’s a local story you need to pay more attention to? Ryan Pfeffer weighs in.

/ February 4, 2021


How the YWCA is fighting for equality

How the YWCA is getting ready for the future and fighting for equality

/ June 10, 2020


Bridges to the beach: Here’s a brief history of Miami’s coastal causeways

Ever wondered about the history of Miami’s coastal causeways? We took a look at how they came to be.

/ August 26, 2019


Don’t live in Miami or Miami Beach? Here’s when your city or town will talk about the budget

Do you live in a city or town that isn’t Miami or Miami Beach? We’ve got you covered on when you can chime in on your budget process.

/ August 13, 2019


Meet our member: Rene Carrillo

Rene Carrillo is one of our supporting members.

/ July 26, 2019


Curious about the Miami-Dade budget? Here’s a quick primer

Wondering about the Miami-Dade budget and how you can get involved? We’ve got you covered.

/ July 16, 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.

/ May 29, 2019