Stories with 'Miami' tag

Civics 101: Digging into millage rate in Miami

Ever wondered about millage rates in Miami? We decided to take a closer look.

/ September 17, 2019

‘This isn’t about me being good, it’s about me doing it.’ A conversation with Miami artist A.G.

Miami-based artist A.G. is the first featured artist of Commissioner’s second season The program aims to grow Miami’s art collection scene.

/ September 16, 2019

Chemex Coffee Pour-Over: A recipe from ‘A Taste of Coral Gables’

All you need for this recipe is a Chemex coffee brewer (and some locally roasted coffee). Threefold Cafe in Coral Gables brews a coffee pour-over that tastes like blueberries.  And now, with the soon-to-be-released “A Taste of Coral Gables” cookbook, you can make your restaurant favorites at home. All you need for this recipe is […]

/ September 13, 2019

10-minute DIY ceviche

Today, you can savor more than 30 world cuisines in over 100 restaurants in The City Beautiful. Coral Gables was Florida’s first planned city in the Miami area. That was in 1925.  Today, you can savor more than 30 world cuisines in over 100 restaurants in The City Beautiful. And now, with the “A Taste […]

/ September 12, 2019

Civics 101: How an ordinance becomes official in Miami

How does an ordinance in Miami go from idea to actual law? We took a look at the process.

/ September 11, 2019

Civics 101: How to make your voice heard in Miami

Want to speak up during a public comment period at a Miami meeting? Here’s some tips for making the most of that time.

/ September 6, 2019

Meet our member: Starr Sariego

Starr Sariego is a supporting member of The New Tropic.

/ September 6, 2019

What are your questions about Allapattah?

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

/ September 3, 2019

‘You see the transformation’: How Miami’s Exchange for Change inspires inmates

Miami’s Exchange for Change works to teach creative writing to incarcerated men in facilities across SoFla.

/ August 27, 2019

Bridges to the beach: Here’s a brief history of Miami’s coastal causeways

Ever wondered about the history of Miami’s coastal causeways? We took a look at how they came to be.

/ August 26, 2019