Long story short, Hialeah’s always kind of done its own thing. And that extends to creating a street grid that’s different from Miami.
Lance Dixon / July 25, 2018
It’s the question everyone in Miami has asked or been asked (and been judged for), what high school did you go to?
Lance Dixon / June 13, 2018
Where to party, kick back, and catch Miami’s best neighborhood firework shows on July 4th.
Caitie Switalski / July 2, 2017
Romelio Reyes had a religious experience in the mountains of Cuba as a kid and he’s had a “magic touch” ever since.
Alexandra Martinez / July 5, 2016
Beneath the chaotic appearance of Hialeah’s vendedor industry are complicated procedures and laws. Silvio Moreno, a street seller himself, fights for vendedores’ rights and educates the next generation.
Alexandra Martinez / July 4, 2016
These are the sounds of Hialeah: everything from Cuban classics to booty bass. Listen in.
Isis Miller / June 27, 2016
Hialeah can be tricky to navigate if you don’t know what you’re doing. But don’t blame Hialeah, bro.
Roshan Nebhrajani / June 23, 2016
Millennials are taking the reins in Hialeah, turning their love-hate relationship with the city into strictly a love match.
[email protected] / June 22, 2016
Unofficial segregation and the textile industry brought Jews to Hialeah. They eventually left, but their comfort food remained.
Maria De los Angeles / June 19, 2016
This Hialeah mainstay was the first to meet all the needs of los exiliados, from baby cologne to mumus for abuelita.
Maria De los Angeles / June 13, 2016