Stories with 'miami history' tag

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


Miami: A Very Funny History

Miami: A Very Funny History is a one-man show performed by 2017 Ultimate Miami Comedian and Historian Freddy Stebbins. Through costume and impersonation, Freddy transforms himself into characters reflecting the different cultures of our global city. The journey depicts Miami’s changing landscape over time and celebrates each culture’s indelible legacy. This event is part of […]

/ September 27, 2017


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