Stories with 'miami politics' tag

Transit Jam by Transit Alliance

Transit Alliance is a non-profit organization advocating for walkable streets, bikeable neighborhoods and better public transit. Our campaigns combine data-driven research, community engagement and policy advocacy to get Miami moving safer, faster and happier. At our next Transit Jam – get your hands on the 2018 Mobility Scorecard and meet fellow advocates at our official release […]

/ October 22, 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


Here’s everything you need to know about the District 5 Miami-Dade election

We take a look at an upcoming local election that could impact a lot of folks in Miami and Miami Beach—the race for the District 5 county commission seat.

/ May 4, 2018


Action on Tap – Live Podcast

Talking about news and politics can be boring, unproductive, divisive–really all of the above. But, you know what helps? Uncontrollable laughter, PRIZES, and a little somethin’ to drink–if that’s your thing. Come join Florida Action Cast and host Matt Mawhinney at the Villain Theater for a live recording of Action on Tap, a news and […]

/ November 12, 2017


Engage Miami Presents: Candidate Close-Up with Francis Suarez

Come meet Commissioner Francis Suarez, our potential next mayor of Miami, and get all your questions in about issues relating to the city of Miami and its future. Commissioner Suarez will discuss his platform for mayor with Billy Corben of ESPN’S 30 for 30 “The U” fame. Convenient free parking available for the event at […]

/ October 23, 2017


Brickell Comedy Festival: Inside Joke with Billy Corben

Comic Cure presents Inside Joke with Billy Corben – a fun and engaging roast of local Miami politics with host Billy Corben (Cocaine Cowboys, The U). Event will benefit local non-profit organization, Engage Miami whose mission is to increase youth engagement within Miami-Dade by developing a culture of civic participation that is BOLD, CREATIVE, IMPACTFUL, and LOCAL. Featuring live music by Guitars […]

/ September 27, 2017


Daniella Levine Cava: Inside the world of a new county commissioner

Daniella Levine Cava is one of only three people in the past 20 years to defeat an incumbent for a spot on the County Commission. Her campaign was well-funded, she knocked on a lot of doors, and her goals were progressive and ambitious. We spent some time with her over the past three months to see how she’s shifting from candidate to commissioner, and to find out how she’s managing her mission for change.

/ February 24, 2015


5 Miami Takeaways from The State of The Union

What Miami thought about last night’s State of the Union address, and the issues it raised for South Florida, from local social media and our epic watch party.

/ January 21, 2015