People

How to buy a home in Miami, the sinking city

I’m a millennial who wants to own a home that won’t be underwater before I can pay it off.

/ January 16, 2017


FilmGate Miami founder: No tax breaks means we have to collaborate to survive

And that collaboration will bring a whole lot of experimentation.

/ January 10, 2017


How Ghazala Salam became bigots’ worst nightmare

9/11 pushed Ghazala Salam into the world of activism, promoting tolerance of the Muslim community. Then she became the target.

/ January 10, 2017


How house music came to Miami (It was way before Ultra)

Back in the 1980s, when South Beach was basically a retirement community full of cheap real estate, these two guys were driving around playing house music out of a truck. Then came the Winter Music Conference.

/ January 9, 2017


Moonlight is just the beginning of what the black arts community can achieve

Davis says there are wonderful things happening in Brownsville and Liberty City and on the heels of “Moonlight,” 2017 will be a year for nurturing that talent.

/ January 9, 2017


YoungArts: in 2017, art will help us bridge the divides 2016 revealed

VP Lisa Leone has already started connecting groups around the city.

/ January 8, 2017



Miami leaders talking resolutions and predictions for 2017

We’ve got them all down on paper so you can hold them to these January promises all year long.

/ January 5, 2017


I went to Santa’s Enchanted Forest for the first time at 40. No regrets.

It was four days after Christmas, but there was still a tree playing bachata.

/ January 4, 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