Discover Miami's vibrant cultural diversity through its rich tapestry of communities, festivals, and traditions.
Category - Miami History
Discover the impact of climate gentrification in 'Razing Liberty Square,' a compelling documentary revealing Miami's struggle against rising seas and systemic injustices.
Discover Miami's street art revolution in 2024. From Wynwood's ever-changing murals to Little Havana's colorful narratives, explore the city's vibrant cultural canvas...
Miami loses an icon with the passing of Juanita Castro, sister to Fidel and Raúl. Her life was a canvas painted with resistance, collaboration, and exile.
Dive into Miami's cultural kaleidoscope at Little Haiti Cultural Complex during Art Week. Explore Afro-Futurism, Caribbean art, and a global exhibition.
Commissioner Manolo Reyes unveils new plaques and monuments honoring the freedom fighters of the Bay of Pigs invasion.
Martica Perez reflects on the many accomplishments of the man and legend behind Frank Joyeria
Planning a trip to Miami and want to explore the city’s history? We’ve listed down a few must-visit historic places in Miami for you:
Black musicians have made their mark on American music. Here are just a few of the icons who continue to inspire artists today.
Miami’s Architectural District, aka the Art Deco District, is one of the most well-recognized areas in the city. Learn more about it here.