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What evacuated Miamians couldn’t bear to leave behind

Onesies to wedding photos: The stories of the sentimental things South Floridians felt like they needed to take with them when they evacuated for Hurricane Irma.

/ September 15, 2017


How Miami Book Fair’s latest partnership was design-hacked by a fourth grader

Miami Book Fair’s latest partnership with Moonlighter makerspace bridges literature, design thinking, and community.

/ August 15, 2017


South Florida’s mission to ban conversion therapy statewide

Conversion therapy may not be banned statewide, but here’s how cities are leading the charge.

/ August 14, 2017


How Miami Beach can lead South Florida’s safe place initiatives

As the third of its kind in the country, the Miami Beach Police Department’s Safe Place Initiative helps local businesses show solidarity with its LGBTQ patrons.

/ August 13, 2017


Converting conservatives to the right side of equality

Jessica Fernandez has made it her mission to mobilize center-right conservatives to support statewide LGBTQ workplace equality initiatives.

/ August 6, 2017


The Miami Beach ordinance taking anti-bullying prevention beyond the school system

There’s an anti-bullying ordinance on the horizon that could take current prevention policies in Miami Beach school systems citywide.

/ July 30, 2017


Mr. Miami Marvin takes us to Little Havana for Viernes Culturales

Marvin Tapia, organizer for Viernes Culturales, took over our Instagram, and took a few extra pics to showcase Little Havana’s Beauty.

/ July 27, 2017


Take a trip to the zoo. The muffler zoo.

We had a reader write to us about this gem of a muffler repair shop up on N.W. 7th Ave. So we decided to take a field trip. What we found, was a zoo of muffler creatures.

/ July 26, 2017


Stand behind the groups making Miami better

Leadership Lab has identified seven groups doing innovative work to lift Miami out of all those terrible rankings. They need support.

/ July 19, 2017


Surfside’s longboarding Mayor Dietch surfs the streets

Daniel Dietch isn’t a mayor that likes to sit around. He uses his longboard to get around his beloved town of Surfside.

/ July 14, 2017