Neighborhoods

Pick our next office (for the day)

Sometimes we just need a change of scenery. So we’re coming to a neighborhood near you. You get to choose which one that is.

/ January 17, 2017


Let’s not make Wynwood’s mistakes in Little Haiti

Developers and property owners are already beginning to ignore the voices of the community. But it’s not too late yet.

/ January 16, 2017


University of Miami and West Grove’s churches team up to fight re-segregation

The churches are the most powerful organization in long marginalized West Grove – and UM’s law school is giving them a megaphone at a critical moment.

/ January 4, 2017


Miss Debbie is Miami’s happiest baker. And her key lime pies are insanely delicious.

To get the best key lime pie in South Florida, you don’t have to hit the Keys – you only have to go as far as Homestead. What used to be an unassuming building off South Dixie Highway now bursts with bright color that matches the vibrant personality of Sweet Delights Bakery owner Miss Debbie herself. […]

/ December 28, 2016


We took a look back at what happened (and didn’t happen) in 2016

We asked some of the people who are molding our neighborhoods, our art scene, and the tech ecosystem to reflect on how far we came in the last 12 months

/ December 28, 2016


Neighborhood Guides

We walked, drove, and biked Miami’s neighborhoods to bring you guides to everything to eat, drink, and explore in each.

/ December 26, 2016


Brickell City Centre showed Miami you can build for people, not cars

And if it really takes off, it could change the way other developers do their thing.

/ December 20, 2016


Shakes, Scorpion Shots, and Star Fruit Wine

If you’ve been itching for scorpion shots or star fruit wine, South Dade has got you.

/ December 15, 2016


This is what happens when you eat miracle fruit

Homestead fave Robert is Here sells miracle fruit among all the other weird and wonderful things he sells. We explored whether they’re worth the hype.

/ December 13, 2016


South Dade Guide

South Dade, loosely defined as the area south of Palmetto Bay and extending down to the Everglades, is one of the most special parts of the county. Initially a mosquito-filled, marshy tropical wilderness, the region has evolved into a thriving agricultural and residential community. Pick some fresh strawberries, travel the lush bike trails, stop to gaze at gorgeous orchids, grab a warm cinnamon roll, and cool down with a delicious milkshake. These are just a few of the things you can do with an afternoon in South Dade.

/ December 12, 2016