Things to do

Local Biz Spotlight on Radical Partners and their 10 Days of Connection

Produced for Radical Partners by The New Tropic Creative Studio Hey there, Miami.  Every year since 2016, the local social impact accelerator group, Radical Partners, puts on 10 Days of Connection, a 10-day initiative meant to spark connection in our community. From May 1 to May 10, events are held all across Miami-Dade — from […]

/ May 2, 2022

Locals to know: Meet Alan Bebchik, one of the many faces helping Miamians waste less and care more about the environment

  Today’s Locals to Know feature is sponsored by The Rounds, a new-to-Miami zero-waste refill and delivery service for the stuff you use every day: think kitchen, bathroom, toiletries, your everyday necessities. (And down below, you’ll find a code for a free year of delivery!)    Tell us about your work — your job and/or […]

/ March 22, 2022

Black History Continues: What’s Next for Spring 2022 at Spady Cultural Heritage Museum

A piece of art work from the Radical Pleasure exhibition at Spady Museum. (Courtesy of Spady Museum) Black History Month comes to an end on February 28, but that doesn’t mean black history education cannot continue. Every month is Black History Month at the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum in Delray Beach, where upcoming exhibitions, programs […]

/ February 24, 2022

Seek (And Find) South Florida’s African American History

A scene from the Carver High School Prom in the 1940s. Historical documents like this can be found in some of our best local museums. (📸: Courtesy of The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum) The contributions that African-, Caribbean-, and Bahamian-American people have made to the development of South Florida are plentiful and significant. However, they […]

/ February 16, 2022

Celebrate community and connect with the next generation at the Black Youth Awareness Art Festival

Youth artwork from the upcoming Black History Youth Art Awareness Festival. (📸: Spady Cultural Heritage Museum) Milagro Center and Spady Cultural Heritage Museum are collaborating to celebrate Black History Month with the Black History Youth Art Awareness Festival (BHYAAF) taking place on Friday, February 18. This community project is taking place outdoors at the Spady […]

/ February 9, 2022

Locals to Know: Mariah Forde champions Miami’s classical music talent

(📸: Courtesy of Mariah Forde) Today’s Locals to Know is sponsored by New World Symphony. Starting tomorrow, NWS is presenting I Dream a World: The Harlem Renaissance and Beyond, a five-day festival exploring and celebrating the Harlem Renaissance, its history, and the epicenters of Black artistic excellence that flourished around it during the 1920s. Tickets […]

/ January 31, 2022

22 ways to make the most of Miami living in 2022

Miami is known for its nightlife, trendy restaurants, crowded cafés, and sunny beaches. It’s a city teeming with great energy, but unfortunately, you’ve been using all of yours to take care of the myriad chores that seem to be multiplying at every turn. Plus, someone has to cook, right? There must be a better way […]

/ January 27, 2022

A look at Miami’s biggest restaurant openings and closings of 2021

Chug’s is one of the many notable new spots that joined the South Florida food scene this year. (📸: By Geoffrey and Dianne at Miami Food Pug After a crazy 2020, nobody knew what to expect in 2021. With 2022 now right around the corner, it feels safe to say that things were a […]

/ December 20, 2021

🎃 Satisfy your carvings, Miami

Get into the Halloween spirit with these Miami-themed jack-o’-lantern designs that’ll have you screaming “Dale!”

/ October 28, 2021

Keeping Miami-Dade clean, one cleanup at a time

 Keeping Miami-Dade clean, one cleanup at a time by Zach Schlein As we approach the one-year anniversary of last year’s fish kill in Biscayne Bay and navigate a summer with record-breaking heat, the urgency of addressing climate change has never been more apparent. Daunting problems require creative solutions, which is why Oolite Arts invited Miami […]

/ July 20, 2021