Black musicians have made their mark on American music. Here are just a few of the icons who continue to inspire artists today.
Category - Miami History
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.
As we look back at the past year or so, it’s incredibly important to acknowledge the achievements of these iconic women in STEM.
Called "the suit of the Tropics," the jacket-like shirt shows up at formal occasions such as weddings, funerals, and civic ceremonies, but it also fits right in at the...
If you’re a history buff visiting Miami, you’ll be surprised at how much the city has to offer! Check out this quick guide.
Miami is often thought of as a modern city: full of young blood and artistic buildings, beaches and tourists. But it also has a rich history.
Little Havana celebrates Cuban culture, art, and history with its museums, monuments, memorial sites, and more. Head over to Calle Ocho to see all it offers.
She was the only woman to have been awarded the Pritzker Architecture Award in 2004. A woman that with her determination received an award for her work every year.
In Little Havana’s Cuban Memorial Park sits a monument to Antonio Maceo; the first monument of the mulatto (Afro-Cuban) general to be installed in a public park in the...
The Cuban Historical Political Prison or “Casa del Preso” continues to be a haven for men and women who have stood against the Castro regime till this day. “Casa del...