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‘Love Lost, Miami’ wants your stories of heartbreak again

Natalia Martinez-Kalinina reflects on year one of “Love Lost, Miami,” which brought Miamians together to mourn heartbreak and past relationships.

/ June 9, 2017


Urban Beach Weekend: When will Miami Beach value black tourists?

Webber Charles: Until Miami Beach is honest about the role racism plays in their policing and politicians embrace the value of black tourism, we won’t reach any constructive solutions.

/ June 6, 2017


Allapattah is not a ‘blank slate.’

Justin Trieger and Amy San Pedro, both Miami transplants, moved to Allapattah two years ago. As they watch the neighborhood change around them, they’re learning how they can support, rather than displace, the community already there.

/ May 21, 2017



I went car free. It totally changed my experience of Miami.

Here’s how I found my walking feet, and a few ways you can give it a try this coming weekend during #MiamiWalks.

/ May 1, 2017


Florida’s Legislature wants to defund NWSA, whose alumni made Moonlight and Cocaine Cowboys

Here’s how to reach out to your legislators to reinstate funding to the New World School of the Arts.

/ April 28, 2017


Why we’re marching for science on Saturday

Miami is the first casualty in this administration’s war on science.

/ April 19, 2017


A cyclist got hit inside a park last week. That’s absurd.

We put all our energy into multimillion dollar recreational projects, and ignore all the small fixes that could make Miami safer in the meantime.

/ April 16, 2017


Opening a business in Miami doesn’t have to be ‘the worst’

Michael Sarasti’s job is to make government easier for residents. He’s starting with the dreaded permitting process.

/ April 12, 2017


There’s talent west of I-95. Come and get it.

The west side of Miami doesn’t have the creative collisions of Downtown and Wynwood, but if we don’t trek there, we’ll miss some big opportunities.

/ April 4, 2017