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1450 Brickell is basically a bunker, designed to withstand the worst of what climate-change swollen seas and storms can throw at it.
Mario Ariza / July 5, 2017
You probably haven’t heard of Taylor Moxey, but you probably know the 11-year-old wonder-kid who goes by Taylor The Chef. She’s the one behind Omni Park’s container library.
Caitie Switalski / June 18, 2017
Webber Charles: Until Miami Beach is honest about the role racism plays in their policing and politicians embrace the value of black tourism, we won’t reach any constructive solutions.
Ariel Zirulnick / June 6, 2017
Wynwood Yard has gone from a barren plot of land to a thriving cultural center and startup incubator in just 1.5 years, despite a Zika scare that threatened it all.
Rob Wile / May 31, 2017
The Bookstore In The Grove is closing because owner Felice Dubin, like thousands of baby boomers, is retiring. Thousands of Florida small business could be next.
Mario Ariza / May 29, 2017
Peafowls run Coconut Grove. What’s the deal, how’d they get there, and will they stay forever?
Roshan Nebhrajani / February 6, 2017
But if developers think about what makes this neighborhood special, maybe some of what’s special about Little Haiti can be preserved.
Ariel Zirulnick / January 30, 2017
Biscayne Green was only the beginning of a year dedicated to ramping up the livability of Downtown Miami.
Ariel Zirulnick / January 25, 2017
They’re promising 20 new restaurants, a completely connected riverwalk, and short-term docks so you can motor up to all the new restaurants on the riverfront.
Ariel Zirulnick / January 24, 2017
The Miami Downtown Development Authority wants to know what you would like to see for the future of Downtown.
WhereBy.Us Creative Studio / January 24, 2017