Today, 59 percent of Miami’s population is of Hispanic origin, with numbers of more than one million.
Towns like Overtown, Liberty City and Little Haiti grew and developed into vibrant communities.
The Jewish community of South Florida is the second largest in North America after New York.
In adapting to new ways, the Miccosukees have always managed to retain their own culture.
From the beginning of time, our rich subtropical abundance, its sun, sand and beautiful bay have attracted a diverse group of seekers and dreamers.
Read on for the inside scoop on what to do and where to go in Miami.
Sometimes the best way to wind down while on vacation is to spend a few hours taking in a movie.
There are few places in the world like the Florida Everglades. Here are some iconic sites to see while you visit.
Monkey Jungle and Schnebly's Redland Winery & Brewery are just a few of the things to see in the Redlands.
From the masters of pop art to emerging artists, Miami’s Art in Public Places provides a diverse survey of artistic movements