3 years ago | Lists
For families, summers in Miami can mean lots of things. They can mean trips with your kids to the beach, splash pad, or park, and weekday barbecues in the back yard. But they can also mean erratic, stormy weather, insufferable heat, and the ever-d...
4 years ago | Culture
Nochebuena: a time for family, food, and festivities. It's the big party we Latinos enjoy on Christmas Eve. If you’ve been in Miami long enough, you’ve probably already attended a few. Too many of us, especially those from other countries and firs...
4 years ago | Things To Do
For those of us old enough to remember, Homestead is the area that was decimated by Hurricane Andrew. For the rest, it’s one of the few places left in the 305 with affordable housing (if you’re willing to add an hour or longer to your morning comm...
4 years ago | Politics
You'll hear lots of F-words if you spend enough time in Miami. The first one that comes to mind is a colorful expletive often hurled at motorists dangerously cutting you off on the Dolphin Expressway. But there's also a less common but far more po...
4 years ago | Film and TV
Think back on all of the best or most-talked-about shows of the past few decades: The Sopranos. Seinfeld. Mad Men. Nearly all take place in New York City. But how often do you hear about a show set in Miami? Is it not a city worth writing about? S...
4 years ago | Stage
On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles broadcast a dramatic radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. Legend has it that the radio play was so realistic it caused mass panic among listeners who were convinced a real alien invasion was hap...