Stories with 'miami history' tag

Which black Miami pioneers helped shape Liberty City? Here are some names to know

We dug into Miami’s history to find a list of black leaders that helped shape Liberty City’s history.

/ February 15, 2019


Remember When… Miami’s Bayfront Park had its own library

We took a look at the history of Miami’s Bayfront Park and Bayside.

/ September 20, 2018


How Miami’s favorite Uncle has stayed so relevant for decades

From politics to coaching champion football teams, here’s how 2 Live Crew’s Uncle Luke has remained so relevant in Miami.

/ August 2, 2018


How’d a grapefruit farmer end up getting a major Miami road named after him?

Charles Le Jeune was a successful grapefruit farmer in Miami’s early days and ended up getting a major road named in his honor.

/ July 17, 2018


Remember When… The Seybold brought shine to Downtown Miami

The Seybold building brought shine and jewelry to Downtown Miami and has remained an attraction for nearly a century.

/ July 16, 2018


How’d a car end up on the side of a Miami office building? We’ve got the answer

Ever wondered how that random car ended up attached to a building on Miami’s Biscayne Boulevard? We’ve got the answer.

/ July 12, 2018


Remember When… You could take a train to the Florida Keys?

We took a look at the train that came before Brightline, the Florida East Coast Railway.

/ July 5, 2018


Remember When… This landmark was Miami’s Ellis Island?

We took a look at the history of Miami’s iconic landmark for Cuban immigrants, the Freedom Tower.

/ June 22, 2018


Remember When… The OG Hurricane hit Miami?

We took a look at a hurricane that had a huge impact on the Miami we know today, the Great Hurricane of 1926.

/ June 8, 2018


Big history of Little Haiti

To know Little Haiti, you need to look further than Miami. From a group of slaves overthrowing their masters to form a new country, to community leaders coming together to form a new neighborhood, Little Haiti’s roots stretch way back.

/ January 31, 2016