Built in 1913, the Lyric Theater was the heart of a bustling entertainment district in Overtown known as "Little Broadway," where such legendary artists as Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin, and B.B. King graced the stage. As the sole surviving symbol of that district, the theater has undergone extensive renovations over the years to cement its place in Overtown's history. In addition to still hosting talent, Miami's oldest theater also houses an extensive archive of historical records, photos, and artifacts related to South Florida's Black history. The theater was acquired by the Black Archives, History and Research Foundation of South Florida in 1988 and added to the National Register of Historic Places the following year. We may not be able to sit in for a live performance right now, but the foundation launched a #SaferAtHome virtual series with various speakers and fun events like "Jeopardy Noir" to put your knowledge of Miami's Black history to the test.