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This Miami family’s back to own the Halloween costume game

The Horth family goes all out for Halloween in Miami and this year is no exception.

/ October 29, 2018


Here’s how this Downtown Miami resident’s vision for a new destination is coming to life

Steve Dutton’s Avenue 3 project for Downtown Miami looks to create a pedestrian-friendly destination in the heart of the city.

/ October 15, 2018


This local’s tribute to Miami Beach’s lifeguard stands earned her a key to the city

Annamaria Windisch-Hunt, a South Florida artist, painted replicas of Miami Beach’s lifeguard stands from Government Cut up to Surfside.

/ October 1, 2018


How a bike trip inspired this Miamian to create eye-popping greeting cards

Julie Brumlik, founder of Open Card Now, traveled across Asia and found the inspiration to bring 3D pop-up cards to Miami.

/ September 12, 2018


Here’s why Miami loves Mr. 305 so much

Before he was Mr. Worldwide he was Mr. 305. Here’s why Miami loves Pitbull so much.

/ September 4, 2018


How Miami’s favorite Uncle has stayed so relevant for decades

From politics to coaching champion football teams, here’s how 2 Live Crew’s Uncle Luke has remained so relevant in Miami.

/ August 2, 2018


How’d a grapefruit farmer end up getting a major Miami road named after him?

Charles Le Jeune was a successful grapefruit farmer in Miami’s early days and ended up getting a major road named in his honor.

/ July 17, 2018


Backroom Sessions is bringing you art where you least expect it

The artist Cyrex and his band at the June Acoustics&Poets show, hosted at La Cabina in Little Havana. (📸: Joe Blandon) La Saguasera isn’t exactly seen as a spot where you can find Miami’s up-and-coming arts talent. But 20-something natives Angelina (“Angie”) Rivero and Rudy Flores (mostly known nowadays by his stage name “Bause Mason”) […]

/ July 11, 2018


Jason Jeffers is here to show you another side of the Caribbean

The filmmaker, writer, and musician from Barbados is one of the founders of Third Horizon, a collective of Caribbean creatives based here in Miami, and the Third Horizon Film Festival, which showcases the best in film from the Caribbean and its diaspora.

/ June 29, 2018


The latest concept for shipping containers in Miami? A shelter for the homeless

Shipping containers have been repurposed for just about everything, and now a Miami company is considering them for housing the homeless.

/ June 21, 2018