Stories with 'community' tag

Peter Buffett Concert and Conversation – United for the Future

Please join us as we take community building to a new level. United Way is partnering with Peter Buffett, musician and philanthropist (youngest son of investor Warren Buffett) for a new kind of conversation as he embarks on a nationwide tour. Peter will discuss what it takes to truly transform our communities. His is a […]

/ April 5, 2019


Tostada Tuesday | Attitude of Gratitude

This Tostada Tuesday is in partnership with Linkedin Local. Hear from FIU and community members as they give Attitude of Gratitude Talks, sharing their personal stories of how they learned the concept of gratitude.   Speakers: John Stuart, Executive Director of FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios Ashley Mielke, Marketing Manager, FIU Engagement Saif Ishoof, Vice […]

/ October 29, 2018


How one woman is trying to save Miami’s bees

New beekeeper with a community mission, Danielle Bender, shows us what public beehives can do.

/ October 3, 2017


Share post-Hurricane Irma hazard spots, volunteer meetups, and organizations

We’re making a crowdsourced map of Hurricane Irma updates with your help. Share info about where to get supplies, shelters and more.

/ September 14, 2017


How Miami Book Fair’s latest partnership was design-hacked by a fourth grader

Miami Book Fair’s latest partnership with Moonlighter makerspace bridges literature, design thinking, and community.

/ August 15, 2017


Remembering Nobody: Love Stories Suck

“Nobody,” an artist and staple of the Wynwood community, died this weekend. This is what he meant to the neighborhood.

/ September 27, 2016


Guide to ArtsLaunch2016

The Arsht Center’s ArtLaunch 2016 is this Saturday so we rounded up our top picks so you don’t miss a thing.

/ September 5, 2016


Cool ways to volunteer in Miami (and have fun while doing it)

There are so many fun and creative ways to get involved in making Miami an amazing place for everyone to live. These are some of our faves.

/ August 22, 2016


Breaking the cycle of suffering at Lotus House

Miami-Dade County has more than 30,500 homeless people. Nearly 34% of them are women, and mothers with young children represent one of the fastest-growing groups. Learn how Lotus House is helping to give them a second chance.

/ December 15, 2015


Celebrating with the Caribbean community

We’re home to the country’s largest Caribbean community, and they’ve brought the tradition of Carnival to South Florida.

/ October 12, 2015