Monday, February 26, 2024

Tag: Coconut Grove

A Colorful Conundrum: the Grove’s notorious peacocks

Love 'em or hate 'em, peacocks (also called peafowls) have taken over the Grove. On East Shore Drive near Vizcaya, Lia Cheung recently woke...

City of Miami’s Old Smokey victims still await reparations

Hollis Gaitor lives in a house perched just outside the gate of a long-shuttered trash incinerator on the corner of Jefferson Street and Washington...

Coconut Grove Organic Market eliminates 20% of market space

Located on the corner of Grand Avenue and Margaret Street, the Coconut Grove Organic Market has been a Grove staple every Saturday since 1977...

Summer Programs for Children to enjoy in Coconut Grove

Summer is approaching, school's almost out and your kids need something to do in Coconut Grove. Maybe you think they should learn to sail or...

A rundown of the ongoing battle for the Coconut Grove Playhouse

In its heyday, it was home to some of the most innovative performances and playwrights in the world and was a beacon of pride...

Cauley Square, once home to booze and a bordello, now a...

Visiting a hidden gem in South Dade’s Goulds area is like traveling back in time to old Florida. Situated less than an hour’s drive...

Coconut Grove Arts Festival returns (includes video story)

The annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival kicked off this Presidents Day weekend for its second return post-COVID. Over 120,000 people attend every year to...

Miami Marathon encourages professional and beginner runners (includes video story)

More than 18,000 runners from around the world took part in the annual Miami marathon and half marathon on Sunday, starting just after 6...

Miami’s Omni district to bring affordability, walkability for mixed-income communities

In recent years, developers have transformed Miami’s Arts and Entertainment District into a walkable apartment metropolis.  Members of the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency say they’re...

Theodore Gibson, a legacy of change in Miami’s Black community, Part...

Nearly 40 years after his death, celebrated civil rights icon Rev. Theodore Gibson remains an influential figure in Miami’s Black history.  Today, Gibson, who died...