Stories with 'Little River' tag

It all started with a rotting papaya: A look inside Miami’s Center for Subtropical Affairs

The Center for Subtropical Affairs is an urban garden that looks to educate the Miami community on urban agriculture, science, mycology, and much more.

/ May 21, 2019

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

How to make delicious, boozy, creamy Haitian cremas

Cremas is kind of a Haitian version of egg nog or coquito, aka it’s delicious. We couple of locals to teach us how to make it.

/ February 16, 2017

Why isn’t the county spraying Little River’s Zika zone?

Some say Little River isn’t getting the same attention Wynwood and Miami Beach did when it comes to Zika.

/ October 28, 2016

Know your rights as a renter in Miami

It’s not easy renting in Miami–landlords hold a majority of state power over tenants. And it shows: evictions seem to be happening left and right in the rapidly changing Little River and Little Haiti neighborhoods. Here’s our guide to help you better protect yourself.

/ September 21, 2016

You’ve seen Hoxxoh’s art on walls all over Miami. Now get inside his head.

Local artist Hoxxoh is working on his biggest piece yet: 25,000 square feet of wall that’s all his.

/ September 19, 2016

The dog whisperers of Little River

This is how they get those dogs to stand so dang still.

/ May 19, 2016

The Fountainhead Residency: Miami

Three artists picked to live in a house work together and have their lives changed. Find out what happens when artists stop being polite and start getting inspired… The Fountainhead Residency.

/ January 26, 2016

The art of ‘tapenology’

Everyone who’s spent time in Little Haiti and Little River has seen Marcus Blake’s vibrant geometric murals. We sat down with him to learn what it’s like to bring a new kind of art to the Miami scene.

/ January 25, 2016

’We don’t want another Wynwood‘

Leaders on Little Haiti’s growing art scene say they are determined to preserve the neighborhood’s cultural identity while building a thriving creative community.

/ January 21, 2016