Slideshows

  • Key West's Streets Left Deserted After Coronavirus Shutdown
    March 24 at 4:08 p.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    The month of March is usually the peak of the tourist season in the Florida Keys, however, the threat of the coronavirus has upended the area's economic engine. In Key West, Duval Street was eerily quiet, something usually not seen unless there is…

     
  • Scenes From Spring Break 2020 on Miami Beach
    March 19 at 5:51 p.m. by George Martinez

    On Thursday, March 19, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez effectively shut down all the beaches to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Still, in the days leading up to the order, spring breakers were out in full force, enjoying the sun and…

     
  • Unsure of What to Do, South Florida Prepares for the Coronavirus
    March 13 at 8 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    On Thursday, March 12, after President Donald Trump's address to the nation seemed to provide little reassurance Americans would be safe from the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), everyone scrambled to buy supplies. In South Florida, it was no…

     
  • Inside Miami Footnight, South Florida's Foot Fetish Party
    February 11 at 9:34 p.m. by Karli Evans

    Miami Footnight, a monthly foot fetish party in South Florida, brings together models with beautiful feet and men who pay to lavish all kinds of attention on them. Photography by Karli Evans See also: Miami's Fetish Community Falls Head Over Heels…

     
  • Highlights From Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium
    February 3 at 9:24 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    On Sunday, February 2, Super Bowl LIV took place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Football fans, celebrities, and the media came together to see the Kansas City Chief take home the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the San Francisco…

     
  • Florida Defeats Virginia at the 2019 Orange Bowl Showdown
    December 31 at 8:57 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    On Monday, December 30, the Florida Gators and Virginia Cavaliers met at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens for the 2019 Orange Bowl. Despite trying to rally in the fourth quarter, Virginia wasn't able to pull off an upset, with Florida taking…

     
  • King Mango Strut Gives 2019 a Final Roast in Coconut Grove
    December 30 at 8:05 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    Despite the gray skies on Sunday, December 29, King Mango Strut spoofed the dumpster fire of a year that was 2019. From President Donald Trump's impeachment to the Art Basel banana and Greta Thunberg, the parade spoofed everything that made the…

     
  • Protesters Picket Outside Trump National Doral Ahead of Impeachment
    December 18 at 9:39 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    On Tuesday, December 17, protestors gathered outside Trump National Doral in Miami for a “removal rally” supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Photography by Michele Eve Sandberg.

     
  • President Donald Trump's Reelection Rally Stops at the BB&T Center
    November 27 at 9:21 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    On Tuesday, November 26, President Donald Trump stopped by the BB&T Center for a reelection rally at the BB&T Center in Sunrise. His supporters came out to shower praise on the ego-driven president while jeering at any of Trump's perceived enemies,…

     
  • The Guitar Hotel at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Makes Its Flashy Debut
    October 25 at 10:46 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    On Thursday, October 24, the Guitar Hotel made its debut at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood. The hotel is part of Hard Rock's $1.5 billion expansion project which also includes a brand new Hard Rock Live venue. Celebrities in…

     
  • 1526 Project: A Look Back at Florida's Black History in Photos
    October 22 at 8:18 a.m.

    The New York Times' groundbreaking "1619 Project" examined the legacy of slavery on the 400th anniversary of the arrival of enslaved Africans to America's 13 original colonies. But slavery existed in the Spanish colony of La Florida nearly a…

     
  • The Aftermath of Hurricane Dorian in the Abaco Islands, Bahamas
    October 1 at 8:18 a.m. by Zachary Fagenson

    On September 1, Hurricane Dorian struck the Abaco Islands as a Category 5 storm with winds of up 185 mph. The slow-moving storm pounded the islands for three days, leaving behind total destruction. These images were taken days after when…

     
  • Activists Turn Out for Day Two of the Democratic Debate in Miami
    June 28 at 8:29 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    From climate change to unions and gun control, activists seemed to amp up the message as the second night of Democratic Debate took place inside the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Miami. Even Democratic presidential…

     
  • Political Viewpoints Collide Outside the Day One of the Democratic Debate in Miami
    June 26 at 10:58 p.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Everyone expected the 2020 Election to be a circus, but when you put Florida into the mix — Miami, in particular — the craziness goes off the charts. On Wednesday, June 26, as the Democratic presidential candidates gathered inside the Adrienne…

     
  • HistoryMiami Dives Into Miami's LGBTQ History
    March 14 at 2:54 p.m.

    Miami's place in LGBTQ history is often overlooked. But from its earliest days as an untamed, fantastical playground for the rich to its emergence as an ever-changing global mecca, the city has been the setting for moments of both triumph and…

     
  • One Year Later, Parkland Is Still Healing From Valentine's Day School Shooting
    February 15 at 10:18 a.m. by Ian Witlen

    On Valentine's Day one year ago, 14 students and three teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, were massacred in what's become an all-too-common occurrence in the United States. The students have refused to forever…

     
  • <i>Havana Youth</i>: The Millennials Who Are Redefining What It Means to Be Cuban
    January 31 at 9:39 a.m.

    D.C.-based photojournalist Greg Kahn first traveled to Cuba in 2012. He was struck by the young artist class of Cuban millennials born after 1989, all of whom had grown up during the country’s Special Period after the collapse of the Soviet Union.…

     
  • South Florida and Celebrities Race to the Pegasus World Cup 2019 at Gulfstream Park
    January 28 at 10:25 a.m. by George Martinez

    Despite the horrible weather and the unfavorable terrain, City of Light, with jockey Javier Castellani up, won the Pegasus World Cup 2019 at Gulfstream Park. In a few short years, the race has quickly become a celebrity-filled affair, with…

     
  • Miami's Proud Boys on Social Media
    December 10 at 8 a.m.

    Proud Boys are unflinchingly dedicated to President Trump, loathe political correctness, love traditional gender roles, and dismiss criticism of their hateful sentiments by claiming anything they say is just a joke. Here are some of the worst…

     
  • Dolphins Defeat the Titans in a Record-Breaking Season Opener
    September 10 at 9:25 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Thanks to four hours of rain delays on Sunday, September 9, the Miami Dolphins opening game against the Tennessee Titans broke the record for the longest NFL game played. Luckily, for Dolphins fans, the afternoon thunderstorms were worth it after…

     

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