Things to do

Enter to win a two-month DeskPass membership

Are you tired of working from home and want to try different co-working spaces throughout the city? We have a special giveaway to one of our members for two free months of part-time membership to Deskpass worth $198,  which gives you access to any of the 250+ workspaces on the Deskpass network. We will announce the […]

/ March 19, 2019

Need to cool off in Miami? Look to West Kendall’s ice arena

THE NEIGHBORHOOD: West Kendall WHAT: Kendall Ice Arena, Miami-Dade county’s only ice sports center, opened its doors in West Kendall almost 20 years ago. THE STORY: At this West Kendall spot, the temperature always runs below 50 degrees. They offer ice hockey and figure skating training programs, summer camps as well as ice skating classes […]

/ March 19, 2019

This ‘madrina’ is creating a community for Miami’s women entrepreneurs

Gaby Guzman created Las Comadres in an effort to bring Miami women entreprneurs together in an engaging space.

/ March 18, 2019

Neighborhood Spotlight on Liberty City

Liberty City got its big screen debut in the Academy-award winning film “Moonlight,” but its history dates back to the 1930s, when the Liberty Square Housing Project was built for black residents in segregated Miami. It was an alternative to living in Overtown, which by then had become overcrowded, and attracted middle-class black families. One […]

/ February 25, 2019

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