Tonight, starting at 6pm, enjoy exclusive deals at over 40 Wynwood businesses. Close the night at a fashion show at Mana Wynwood at 9pm. Learn More ».
Want to help us tell stories about our city’s most vibrant neighborhoods, entertaining characters and fascinating history? Apply to become our WhereBy.Us video editor. You’ll join our Creative Team to shoot, produce and edit videos for storytelling and marketing projects between here and Seattle, where our sister publication The Evergrey, is based. Interested? We’d love to hear from you by Nov. 22. (
Plus, we’re also on the hunt for some great folks to join our tech team! We’re looking for senior engineers who focus on WordPress or Ruby, as well as UX/UI Developers. Our HQ is here in Miami, but we support remote employees and welcome interest from any US resident, so pass this on! Find the info and apply here.
11/19: Poems addressing state violence, police brutality, the prison-industrial-complex, and the African-American experience. Learn More ».
Worst-kept secret ever. Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine is running for governor in 2018, surprising pretty much no one. He made it official yesterday morning in his new Wynwood campaign headquarters. A Jewish Democrat from Miami Beach is gonna fight an uphill battle to win red Florida, but Levine says he’s up for the challenge. Here are a few of his… noteworthy… moments as Miami Beach mayor. (Miami Herald, Miami New Times)
Connecting the dots. You can now get from North Beach to the tip of South Beach, for free, with as little as one transfer. The City of Miami Beach launched the South Beach loop Wednesday, which will replace a previous South Beach line and run from Sunset Harbor all the way to South Pointe. They’ve also tweaked the other trolley lines in the city so that you can connect more easily. (Miami Herald)
Anotha one. We’ve been talking a whole lot over here about the City of Miami and Miami Beach elections, but there’s another important one going down on Nov. 7: Hialeah’s city election. Here’s what you need to know about the races. (Miami Herald)
Peak food hall. Miami has at least six food halls throwing open their doors in the next couple years, including La Centrale in Brickell City Centre, Time Out Market in South Beach, and the Citadel in Little River. The Miami New Times has the rundown on everything that’s headed our way – and why everyone is suddenly so obsessed.
Gross. Almost two months after Irma, Virginia Key State Park – usually one of Miami’s most idyllic green spaces – is still covered in 20-foot-tall hills of storm debris, and it “smells like a combination of wet dog and old garbage,” says the manager of the Virginia Key Outdoor Center. Plus, environmentalists worry that toxic substances are leaking into the soil. City officials have few answers, but they do promise that the trash will be gone by Thanksgiving weekend. (Miami Herald)
The World Famous Ball & Chain hosts Dade Heritage Trust's Party for Preservation, November 8, 5-7pm. drinks food music for just $25 Learn More ».
❤️ Party for Preservation @ Ball & Chain The World Famous Ball & Chain hosts Dade Heritage Trust's Party for Preservation, November 8, 5-7pm. drinks food music for just $25
💻 11/1-11/2: unbound Miami
🌱 11/1-11/5: Seed Food & Wine Festival
🎸 11/11: Choose Your Sound Benefit Concert
👜 11/2: Wynwood Fashion Night Out
🎤 11/2: ILE in Miami Beach
🔭 11/3: Laser Fridays
🍷 11/4- 11/5: Doral Food and Wine Festival
🌮 11/7: A+E District Presents: Taco Tuesday Throwdown (rescheduled)
🍻 11/7: The Underline Social
Thornton Wilder's iconic play is reimagined -- Miami style! Oct 26 thru Nov 19 at the Colony Theatre, Lincoln Road. Tickets on sale now! Learn More ».
But we’ll see you at PAMM tonight!