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Top 11 pieces of advice for when the next hurricane hits

From types of lights, to snacks and general advice you learned from Hurricane Irma, you shared what worked the best for you. We’re totally stealing these tips for the next storm that comes our way.

/ September 27, 2017


What you need to know about hurricane insurance after a storm

We’ve got the answers to your Hurricane Irma insurance questions. Here’s everything you need to know to get those storm damages covered, or fix your policies before the next big one.

/ September 24, 2017


Here’s how our iconic Miami landmarks are recovering after Irma

What the damage and clean-up processes have been like for a few of Miami’s iconic spots.

/ September 20, 2017


14 last-minute hurricane hacks to keep you safe

Here’s a quick and dirty refresher on hurricane prep that won’t be found in the official guides. Got more ingenious hacks to add to our list? Let us know.

/ September 7, 2017


Women in Miami make 87 cents for every dollar a man makes. Fight back.

The pay gap puts many women in poverty. Sign the pledge to get your company right. #equalpaymiamidade.

/ August 14, 2017


The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge wants to fund your next big idea.

Time to channel your inner Leslie Knope – The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge is back.

/ March 5, 2017


Three must-reads on Castro’s death

Fidel Castro, Havana1978 (Courtesy of Marcelo Montecino/Flickr Creative Commons) Fidel Castro’s death reverberated throughout Miami today. Here are three of the best obituaries and articles we read on his life and legacy. Fidel Castro is dead The Miami Herald Fidel Castro, who towered over his Caribbean island for nearly five decades, a shaggy-bearded figure in […]

/ November 27, 2016


How green spaces will transform Miami’s walkability

Miami’s going green, and we’re interviewing the movers and shakers making it happen.

/ November 15, 2016


That time Y100 thought satire site The Plantain was real

In a city filled with absurd, real-life news, it was inevitable someone would fall for a story from The Plantain.

/ May 23, 2016


A new path to affordable housing is coming to Miami

Community land trusts are taking off across the U.S., and the South Florida organization thinks it’s something Miami desperately needs.

/ May 10, 2016