People

SpeedETab wants you to help you cut the line.

Ain’t nobody got time to wait five minutes for their morning coffee at Panther.

/ June 8, 2017


Urban Beach Weekend: Why it needs to end

City Commissioner Michael Grieco says Urban Beach Weekend has been forcing residents to flee or lock their doors for more than 17 years. It needs to end.

/ June 6, 2017


The Miami transgender experience: How to be a better employer and friend

We had an eye- and heart-opening conversation through Connect Miami last month. And you wanted to know how to show support from now on.

/ June 5, 2017


Suits with a side hustle: Sales rep by day, Morrissey tribute singer by night

Miami’s the city of the side hustle, so we’re highlighting locals who have interesting passion projects. We’re starting with Miami’s only The Smiths and Morrissey tribute act, Ordinary Boys.

/ May 25, 2017


Allapattah is not a ‘blank slate.’

Justin Trieger and Amy San Pedro, both Miami transplants, moved to Allapattah two years ago. As they watch the neighborhood change around them, they’re learning how they can support, rather than displace, the community already there.

/ May 21, 2017


With Lil Greenhouse Grill, Overtown is now open for dinner

And it’s serving a lot more than soul food.lil

/ May 18, 2017


This Wynwood startup is quietly fixing the world’s phone charging problems

There are few problems as universal these days as running out of phone battery. Wynwood-based Chargello is aiming to tackle the issue.

/ May 16, 2017


Knaus Berry Farm comes to dinner

Knaus Berry Farm sells a lot more than cinnamon rolls and strawberries. So Thomas Blocher, co-owner, went out and found a chef to help him prove it.

/ May 9, 2017


Miami native Alex Daly is kind of a Kickstarter and Indiegogo wizard. Here’s her advice.

When Miami native Alex Daly started advising clients on how to run successful crowdfunding campaign, there wasn’t really a name for what she was doing – and people didn’t realize it could even be a full-time job. That’s changed.

/ May 8, 2017


Miansai was born in a UM dorm. Now it’s gone national.

One of the only men’s luxury jewelry companies in the nation makes its wares just outside Wynwood.

/ May 4, 2017