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As Pod Save America comes to Miami, here’s some info on a local doing his own show

Pod Save America is coming to Miami, as part of a nationwide tour, and when the folks from Crooked Media were looking to spread the word on the podcast tour’s Miami stop they reached out to a local podcaster—Matt Mawhinney, founder of Action Cast Media.

/ April 5, 2018


Want to improve your health and fitness? Learn from these Miamians and local experts

We asked New Tropic readers to tell us one wellness goal they’re trying to reach, and then we chose six of them to pair with fitness and wellness experts across the 305

/ April 5, 2018


Here’s how a Miamian is working to improve her diet and hit her wellness goals

We asked the brave Miamians taking on their wellness goals to let us know how their progress is going as they begin meeting with fitness and wellness experts across the 305. Here’s more about April Dobbins.

/ April 1, 2018


Get inspired by the 6 Miamians tackling their fitness goals

We asked the brave Miamians taking on their wellness goals to let us know how their progress is going as they begin meeting with fitness and wellness experts across the 305.

/ March 22, 2018


How to get fit and improve your wellness in Miami

In this guide we show you the easiest ways to get fit in Miami, where to run, who to run with and cheap ways to eat healthy across the city.

/ March 19, 2018



Miami: Take our quiz to learn how to get dollars back in your pocket

We know that tax season can be a little confusing so we made this quiz to test your tax knowledge and help you get your hard-earned money.

/ February 28, 2018


Thanks for coming to Miami Against Humanity: Death & Taxes Edition!

Want to learn more, test your tax knowledge here!

/ February 27, 2018


The best “unofficial” 2018 SoBe Wine & Food Festival events

This week marks the start of the 17th annual South Beach Wine & Food Festival, a commemoration of the country’s top chefs, newest food trends, and every libation under the sun.  The five-day extravaganza draws roughly 65,000 people to its 80+ events.   But, the festival is now about so much more than “the festival.” […]

/ February 18, 2018


Why Miami officials are counting the city’s homeless population Thursday night

Twice a year, the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust counts the number of people living on the street and in shelters so it can better understand the scope of Miami’s homeless problem. This year’s first count is Thursday night. 

/ January 24, 2018