Things to do

Flavors of the Caribbean

Flavors of the CaribbeanGuess how old this menu is?Posted by The New Tropic on Friday, June 7, 2019Sheir and Nafeeza Ali have owned and operated Little Haiti’s B&M Market and Roti Shop for over 25 years. Nafeeza’s the chef while Sheir runs the register, and the grill.  They serve Caribbean cuisine, and Nafeeza makes everything […]

/ June 10, 2019


An Awesome theory for change in Miami

What are Miami’s assets and how can they come together? Natalia Martinez-Kalinina and The Awesome Foundation have been working to answer that question.

/ June 10, 2019


Looking for a place to watch the Women’s World Cup in Miami? We’ve got you covered

Looking for a spot to watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Miami? We’ve got you.

/ June 5, 2019


Looking to go shopping this mango season? Here are some Miami spots to check out

Want to actually buy some locally-grown mangoes during Miami’s mango season? Here are some places to get your fix.

/ June 4, 2019


Currents presented by Defy at PAMM

Hey Members! We’ve got tickets for you and your plus 1 to the second edition of CURRENTS on June 20th at the PAMM. Enjoy a live concert by indie rock band TOPS on the waterfront terrace and a flash theater experience, by Miami Motel Stories, in the galleries.  Enter to win here. We’ll announce the […]

/ June 2, 2019


Miami loves a good croqueta, here’s the history of the tasty treat

Miami loves a good croqueta but where did these tasty treats come from? The history goes all the way to France

/ May 31, 2019


In the city, off the grid

In the city, off the gridWanna stay in a treehouse at a certified wildlife habitat? Go here. 🌴Posted by The New Tropic on Thursday, May 30, 2019Almost half a century ago, Ray Chasser bought a small piece of land in Little Haiti that was just big enough for him to play volleyball and have a […]

/ May 31, 2019


How can Miami residents help preserve Little Haiti’s culture? We put together some tips

A reader asked how folks in Miami can help preserve Little Haiti culture as development picks up in the area. We put together a few recommendations.

/ May 23, 2019


How to make Miami more inclusive for all

How can Miami become more inclusive? Experts from Florida International University and the Aspen Institute have some ideas.

/ May 14, 2019


Avocado toast on pan cubano? Yes, please

THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Little Havana THE PLACE: Old Station Cafe is bringing that Miami flair to Calle Ocho without those Miami prices. The colorful patio is hard to miss and their food is hard to resist. The guac toast (just $4.50) is served on Cuban bread with all the fixings, their pan con lechon ($5) is slow-roasted […]

/ May 2, 2019