Category : Noticias De Miami

Sweet Caroline’s Cocktails Hit the Right Note

Brickell, Miami’s financial district, keeps growing. It’s Wall Street in a tropical setting, featuring a roster of skyscrapers, retail spots, and dining and entertainment venues, with plenty of spots to unwind from long days of working and fighting the dense…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 23, 2019

Miami-Based Tropical-Rock Band Locos por Juana Releases New Single, “Don’t Tell Me No”

Miami’s Locos por Juana premiered its new single, “Don’t Tell Me No,” last Friday, April 19. The energetic, Grammy-nominated tropical-rock group is joined on the track by the legendary reggae musician and producer Freddie McGregor, the latest high-profile collaboration leading up to…

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Here’s Where You Can Get Bar Lab’s Coachella Xicama Cocktail

You might not have had the chance to go to this year’s Coachella, but you can still drink like you were there. Miami’s Bar Lab recently partnered with Xicama, a jicama-based food and beverage line based in Los Angeles, to create…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 23, 2019

Two Little Haiti Artists Are Resisting Gentrification With an Army of Umbrellas

The rain was pouring in Little Haiti when housemates Najja Moon and Michelle Lisa Polissaint caught a Miami Design District umbrella floating past their living room window. One of their neighbors had picked it up from a valet station along…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 23, 2019

Miami-Based Shomer App Aims to Become the Airbnb of Self-Storage

Shomer wants to do for extra storage space what Airbnb did for extra bedrooms: The Miami-based app connects those who need storage with those who have space to spare in their home or business. With Miami rent the nightmare that it…

0 Comments / 1 View / April 23, 2019

Activists Demand Charges From Miami-Dade State Attorney in Dyma Loving Case

Evidence of police misconduct truly does not get more clear-cut than in Dyma Loving’s case. On March 5, the 26-year-old called Miami-Dade Police and said she had been minding her business when her 50-year-old white neighbor, Frank Tumm, pointed a…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 23, 2019

Fire Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony if He Doesn’t Dump the Cop Who Body-Slammed Taravella Teen

Last week’s viral video showing a Broward deputy brutalizing an unarmed black teen is another reminder that racism is integral to police culture. This past April 18, a witness recorded Sergeant Greg Lacerra pepper-spraying and body-slamming an unarmed black boy…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 22, 2019

Sala’o Cuban Bar & Pescadería Channels Ernest Hemingway in Little Havana

Fans of Ernest Hemingway and Cuban fare can have both when Sala’o Cuban Bar & Pescadería opens this month in Little Havana from the founders of Old Havana Cuban Bar and Cocina, a neighborhood staple located a few blocks away….

0 Comments / 0 View / April 22, 2019

The Ten Best Sushi Restaurants in Miami

Raw fish and vinegar-rich rice — two simple ingredients that revolutionized the worldwide food industry. Nowadays, it’s a bit more complex than just a means of preserving fish in fermented rice. It’s become a fine art form in which master…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 22, 2019

The Fourth-Annual 4/20 Party III Joints Set the Freehand Ablaze

When 4/20 rolls around, one of three things is probably on revelers’ minds: Where will I smoke today, how much will I smoke today, and will my job test me for drugs the next day? Though the origins of 4/20…

0 Comments / 2 View / April 22, 2019