People

El Dorado Furniture is the most Miami store to ever exist, basically

It’s not a furniture store, it’s an experience.

/ April 11, 2017


A Syrian family reunion, interrupted

Jasmin Sibai, a Miami native born to Cuban and Syrian parents, has spent the last several years scrambling to bring her family in Syria to the U.S. Then the refugee ban happened.

/ April 9, 2017


The people of Curaçao

From artists to herbalists, farmers to photographers, the warm and friendly people of Curaçao are the country’s greatest attraction.

/ April 1, 2017


Neat Streets Miami is tackling Miami’s unsheltered bus stops

This Public Space Challenge winner is all about the journey, not the destination.

/ March 30, 2017


How a park volunteer board got funding from The Miami Foundation to beat the sun

What do you do if you’ve got the goods but it’s too hot to use them?

/ March 29, 2017


CULTRA is bringing Miami’s creative community together one public space at a time

How a social networking group and an annual street-performance festival got together to engage Downtown’s creative community with monthly open mics.

/ March 26, 2017


Meet the Vice City Rollers, our local roller derby stars

Derby feels a bit like being about to vomit and a bit like having an orgasm, says team member Leah Barsanti.

/ March 23, 2017


How a single water-bottle refill station became a full-time career

How a private citizen accidentally became a full-time environmental activist after applying to The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge.

/ March 23, 2017


How Friends of The West End plan to make West Kendall cool

The West Kendall dilemma: How do you make the community more than a place where people go home to sleep?

/ March 21, 2017


Eight lifehacks for happiness from the World Happiness Summit

There’s no magic elixir for happiness, but these eight tips from a pro could nudge you towards a little more positivity in your daily life.

/ March 16, 2017