Stories with 'Miami' tag

How did Miami’s Little Havana become the home for Cuban immigrants? We took a look at the history

A reader asked us how Little Havana became an anchor for Miami’s Cuban immigrant population, so we took a closer look.

/ April 25, 2019


This Miami organization wants to tackle climate change before things get “doomier and gloomier”

Caroline Lewis, executive director of the CLEO Institute, hopes the organization’s upcoming Miami symposium will encourage people to take urgent action on climate change.

/ April 23, 2019


This food fest is looking to showcase Miami’s black-owned restaurants

Alexis Brown and Joel Franklin organized the Black Pepper Food Festival in Overtown, to give Miami’s black-owned restaurants some shine.

/ April 17, 2019


What are your questions about Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood?

Got questions about Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood? Submit them and we’ll dig for the answers.

/ April 4, 2019


Miami sisters take different paths, have the same passion for their work

The Ramos sisters, Olivia, in photo on the left, and Camila, in photo on the right, credit their parents for their high level of attention to detail at each of their businesses. (📸: Photos provided) For sisters Camila and Olivia Ramos, the details matter. And it shows in their respective businesses.    Camila, who is […]

/ April 3, 2019


Miami women to watch

Mrs. Fabel Dodge Sloane at Hialeah Park in 1959 (Courtesy of HistoryMiami) Back in the 1890s when Miami was considered swampland, Julia Tuttle saw its potential and convinced industrialist Henry Flagler to extend his railway from Palm Beach down to Miami. And that’s a major part of how Miami got its start. In fact, Miami […]

/ March 28, 2019


Neighborhood spotlight on West Kendall

Want to learn more about Miami’s West Kendall neighborhood? We’ve got you covered.

/ March 28, 2019


DIY Poke Bowl rolls sushi – and ice cream?

THE PLACE: If you’ve ever somehow had a craving for both ice cream and sashimi then this West Kendall spot, DIY Ice Cream Roll and Poke Bowl, is for you. THE FOOD: Tang Chen’s restaurant offers homemade, made-to-order ice cream rolls, sushi and poke bowls. They even offer ice cream “tacos.” They’re open late and they deliver through services like Postmates and Grubhub. TANG’S STORY: Tang moved to Miami in 2017 for the […]

/ March 27, 2019


Changemakers: Meet the people rethinking the design of Miami’s skyline

For our latest Changemakers series we wanted to highlight the folks who are taking a unique approach to building in Miami, and doing innovative work in architecture and urban design.

/ March 21, 2019


Avra Jain’s making a long-term commitment to Miami

Avra Jain of The Vagabond Group is a real estate developer best known for preserving and restoring the roadside motels along Biscayne Boulevard has shifted her focus to affordable housing in Miami.

/ March 21, 2019