Maria de Los Angeles
Miami native Maria de los Angeles currently journeys in northern latitudes but is a correspondent for the Magic City. A community advocate, she pens stories about art, culture, good folks doing good things, women's issues, and only-in-Miami moments.
10 days ago | Culture
De Vries clearly remembers spending their two-hour date warding off Weinstein's advances. “I kept taking his hands off my legs,” she recalls.
12 days ago | Art
Miami is in for a treat when Nude Nite hits town November 9 through 11 in Wynwood. The nation's largest nude art show specializing in the human form will elevate the conversation about nudity in the sun-kissed city where revealing fashions, scanti...
27 days ago | Culture
This past January, the National Trust for Historic Preservation designated Little Havana as a National Treasure, only two years after the trust included the neighborhood in its list "11 Most Endangered Places." The National Trust, along with Partn...
1 month ago | Stage
“These walls do talk.” That's Monica Lynne Herrera, a Hialeah-born, Miami-raised actor who’s performing in Miami Motel Stories, a real-time immersive theater experience opening October 26 at Little Havana’s newly restored 1920 Tower Hotel. The Jug...
1 month ago | Books
The Mutiny at Sailboat Bay was a notorious hotel and club in Coconut Grove that became the nerve center for Miami’s drug culture when the venue opened in 1969. It was there that the city’s lawless cocaine cowboys reigned over an era of unbridled e...
2 months ago | Animals
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, many pets joined the ranks of strays, precariously living on South Florida streets. Some owners who evacuated left their pets behind during the storm, and surviving animals — confused, hungry, and traumatized — ...