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A safe space to talk sex and sexuality

One of WEAM’s gallery walls. (📸: World Erotic Art Museum) Before the arrival of the eggplant and peach emojis, there was erotic art. Founded in October 2005 by the late Dr. Naomi Wilzig, the World Erotic Art Museum is home to the largest collection of erotic art in the world. Included in the collection are […]

/ February 19, 2019


Nookin’ pa nub in Miami? Swipe right.

(📸: Haley Weaver/WhereBy.Us) Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and to continue our modern love series this month, we wanted to explore how singles in the 305 use the modern tools of matchmaking: dating apps. Most people will agree online dating in Miami (or anywhere) can be brutal. Sifting through hundreds of online dating profiles, texting […]

/ February 11, 2019


Miami artist Adler Guerrier’s sense of place

Untitled (longevity has it’s place) 2017 Graphite, color pencil, enamel paint and solvent transfer on paper 15 x 11.5 inches Courtesy of the artist Haitian-born Miami artist Adler Guerrier creates multidisciplinary art that prods viewers to examine their surroundings, with Miami as his backdrop and his muse. The layers in his work – the layered […]

/ February 4, 2019


Video: Redesigning the Rickenbacker with Plan Z

Architect Bernard Zyscovich has (another) plan for Miami. But this time, instead of building upwards, he’s building outwards. Plan Z is the latest proposal in an effort to knock Miami off the list of most dangerous cities to walk or bike in the country. The comprehensive transportation plan aims to change the Rickenbacker’s notoriety for […]

/ February 1, 2019


Inspiring neighborhoods with art projects. That’s the Pinnacle way.

Pinnacle Communities works to inspire and build quality communities in Miami’s neighborhoods  — with a creative flair. The full-service real estate development company has nearly 9,000 apartment units across the U.S.      You can spot one of Pinnacle’s most iconic buildings just off I-95: It’s the blue apartment building with the Britto “Love Blossoms” sculpture […]

/ February 1, 2019


Steal these poster ideas to cheer on Miami Marathon runners

Support Miami’s runners in Nike’s Cheer Zone at Mile 12. Photo by Nike If you have a friend running in the marathon this weekend — or even if you don’t — the 20,000 runners hitting the streets of Miami could use your support. One of the best ways to show your love is to make […]

/ January 22, 2019


A showcase of talented musicians

pc: Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau To call the accomplishments of the New World Symphony Fellows “amazing” would be selling them short. This is a group of 84 recent college grads from all over the world chosen to perform and learn at NWS. One of the highlights of being a Fellow is being selected […]

/ January 17, 2019


Video: Meet Overtown’s RBG, Ms. Jackie Bell

At 81, Jackie Bell is far from retirement. She may not have a computer or a smartphone, but what she lacks in technology, she makes up for in resilience. She remembers the Overtown she grew up in, before the construction of I-95 drove businesses out of the community. “You didn’t know you were segregated,” she […]

/ January 10, 2019


Video: History meets hospitality at the Copper Door B&B

Chefs Jamila Ross and Akino West recently converted an abandoned 1940s motel in historic Overtown into a vintage-styled bed-and-breakfast concept that’s equal parts love and hospitality. The Copper Door B&B features 22 rooms, three private suites, and a banquet table where travelers can share stories over a homemade breakfast prepared by the couple. Sure, you’ve […]

/ January 3, 2019


Video: Lil Greenhouse Grill’s gotta lotta soul

Your taste buds won’t be the only ones dancing after a meal at Lil Greenhouse Grill. Stroll into this mom-and-pop shop and you’re sure to find authentic soul food eats and people grooving in their seats. What started out as a food truck has rapidly evolved into a gathering place for the community, like the “Cheers” […]

/ December 19, 2018