The Museum of Ice Cream still has a sprinkle problem

Despite being issued an environmental hazard notice and fine by local authorities, the Museum of Ice Cream’s plastic sprinkles can still be found scattered around the City of Miami Beach.  Early in January, the often Instagrammed museum received a $1,000 fine from the city for the sprinkles, scattered throughout the streets along Collins Avenue, which were deemed an environmental hazard.   The museum issued a statement claiming that multiple cleaners had been hired to sweep the nearby area around the clock

2018-02-08T13:24:06+00:00 February 6th, 2018|Arts & Culture, Lifestyle|

Girls’ coding club culminates in digital storytelling collaboration

On a Saturday morning, three young girls in the Girls Who Code club made shapes and moved pictures of animals on computer screens inside of the Carnival Center for Excellence east of Little Havana. Mabel Colon, a social worker and coordinator of academic programs for the mentoring nonprofit, Big Brothers Big Sisters Miami, brought laptops

2018-02-06T13:53:15+00:00 February 6th, 2018|Data Desk, Education, News|