People

Is Miami too shallow for folks to find love? It’s complicated

We spoke to a few Miami dating experts who told us that finding love here is more complicated than it seems.

/ February 5, 2021


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.

/ February 4, 2021


Locals to Know: Ryan Pfeffer of The Infatuation talks Miami restaurants and culture

What’s it like interviewing some of Miami’s biggest celebs? How can you support local restaurants right now? What’s a local story you need to pay more attention to? Ryan Pfeffer weighs in.

/ February 4, 2021


MDCPS’s Rookie Teacher Of The Year on Anti-Racism Education

Kalyn Lee is the Rookie Teacher of The Year for MDCPS–and she has thoughts. Meet Kalyn Lee. 2020’s Rookie Teacher of the Year, out of Miami Carol City High School. And she is putting that honor into action, with important ideas on how Miami schools can be on the forefront of anti-racism, starting in schools. […]

/ June 19, 2020


Meet The Sunny Project, selling art for good

Maggie Steber via the Sunny Project During these unprecedented times, community matters more than ever.  With major societal upheaval for the good and scary realities coming to light, there’s a desire to find beauty and “silver linings” wherever we can. Enter The Sunny Project, one woman’s quest to bring art to the community while giving […]

/ June 18, 2020


How To Help The Black Collective

As we were compiling places and causes to help you immerse yourself in fighting racial justice, we realized–there are SO many incredible organizations that have been doing just that and more for so long. So we asked them about it.  Name of the Organization: The Black Collective   IG Handle / Website: @theblkcollective  www.theblkcollective.org In a […]

/ June 11, 2020


Teaching in times of COVID

Miami-Dade County Public Schools is the 4th largest school district in the country serving over 350,000 students. In order to  finish out the school year during the COVID crisis, the district–and teachers–had to adapt practically in real time to finish the school year while bridging the digital divide. Not to mention, making sure students there […]

/ May 31, 2020


Your View: Non-Profits Find A Way To Carry On


Written by Estefania Garcia Non-profit organizations are used to doing a lot with limited resources. Relying on financial donations to function can be challenging in the best of times. Now, they face a situation where the need for their services is even greater while resources are stretched even thinner. According to the United Way of […]

/ May 27, 2020


Small Biz Spotlight: The Tank Brewing Company

Every Tuesday, we feature a small business you love and is doing something cool in the community. Have a small biz you want to shoutout? Reach out at [email protected]! Name: C​arlos Padron, owner of The Tank Brewing Co. Business:​ ​The Tank Brewing Co. Address: ​5100 NW 72nd Ave A-1, Miami, FL 33166 Your story in […]

/ May 25, 2020


A Tale of a Perfect Pandemic Wedding

A perfectly picturesque pandemic wedding. Meet a couple who, when presented with the option of waiting a year to get married due to the pandemic or celebrate virtually, opted for the latter. Here’s Tiffany and Wadih’s story.  Names: Tiffany Lorente & Wadih Pazos Occupations: Tiffany is a Legislative Assistant at the Florida Senate and Wadih […]

/ May 19, 2020