People

Francis Suarez: We’ll get started on two new rail lines in 2017

As Miami gets denser, Suarez says the City will look into making developers pay to help ease that gridlock.

/ January 3, 2017


You’re probably tired of politics. Too bad, says Justin Wales. 2017 is going to matter in Miami.

He’s optimistic about transportation and gender equity. He’s less optimistic about sea level rise and affordability issues.

/ January 2, 2017


‘No more talk’: The county chairman vows some legit action on transportation in 2017

But for that to happen, Bovo says the county commission needs to show a little unity.

/ January 1, 2017


We mapped out your best memories of 2016.

A week ago we asked you to share the photos and stories behind the memories you made in 2016. You sent us dozens. It gave us all the feels.

/ December 28, 2016


Miss Debbie is Miami’s happiest baker. And her key lime pies are insanely delicious.

To get the best key lime pie in South Florida, you don’t have to hit the Keys – you only have to go as far as Homestead. What used to be an unassuming building off South Dixie Highway now bursts with bright color that matches the vibrant personality of Sweet Delights Bakery owner Miss Debbie herself. […]

/ December 28, 2016


We took a look back at what happened (and didn’t happen) in 2016

We asked some of the people who are molding our neighborhoods, our art scene, and the tech ecosystem to reflect on how far we came in the last 12 months

/ December 28, 2016


Little Haiti scored a big win this year — it finally exists

The official designation gives the Haitian community a stronger claim to the neighborhood as it faces the possibility of being priced out.

/ December 21, 2016


The 2016 resolution redux: Malik Benjamin says Miami’s still gotta find its genius

There’s still a long way to go, but he thinks strong leadership this next year is going to shake things up.

/ December 21, 2016


The 2016 resolution redux: Christine Rupp thinks this year locals finally stood up for themselves

Getting the ball rolling on preservation of the Miami Marine Stadium was a big win, but next year Rupp thinks locals will start to take control of the future of their neighborhoods.

/ December 21, 2016


Craig Sager got his crazy suits from this Little Havana stripmall

NBA broadcaster Craig Sager, who died last week, was famous for his crazy suits. Many of them came from an extravagant store in a Little Havana strip mall.

/ December 19, 2016