This year’s winners include everything from urban beekeeping to mini golf. The one thing they have in common: they’re led by everyday people making Miami better.
Caitie Switalski / August 29, 2017
Hop off your workweek grind and take a mental health day to rediscover downtown Miami.
WhereBy.Us Creative Studio / August 28, 2017
Time to destress? Treat yourself to a staycation getaway in Surfside, Sunny Isles, and Bal Harbour.
WhereBy.Us Creative Studio / August 24, 2017
Hop on our last-minute summer plans in South Beach before fall finally hits and the ritzy hotel rates run out.
WhereBy.Us Creative Studio / August 21, 2017
Today we’re taking you on a drive through Coral Gables and Coconut Grove for a day of bubbly brunch, tropical landscapes, and rooftop views.
WhereBy.Us Creative Studio / August 17, 2017
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