Behind the Byline: Victoria Salas & Jesse Scheckner [Video]

Welcome to the first episode of "Behind the Byline" where reporters reveal the story behind the story. In part one, we talk to Victoria Salas about her story "Local businesses come together for hurricane relief" on how the Miami community came together following Hurricane Irma. In part two we talk to South Florida News Service

2017-10-17T10:40:00+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Food & Dining, Lifestyle, News, Public Safety, Video/Audio|

DACA’s impact on South Florida [Video]

The announcement by the Trump Administration on Sept. 5 to end the Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, sent shockwaves throughout the country and particularly in South Florida. What are the legal issues involved and who is being affected? -- Produced and edited by Camila Venero and Yannah Monasteros for Prof. Kate MacMillian 

2017-11-14T20:43:12+00:00 October 3rd, 2017|News, Politics, Video/Audio|

State officials respond to Everglades flooding [Video]

Flooding in the Everglades is a serious problems, says  Fish and Wildlife Commissioner “Alligator” Ron Bergeron. Almost everything -- mammals, birds, fish and plants -- has been affected, and negatively so. He also speaks about the steps being taken to limit the damage which includes back-pumping water and opening the Tamiami Canal. -- Camila Venero

2017-11-14T20:39:22+00:00 July 19th, 2017|News, Politics, Video/Audio|

Millennials continue to strive for independence [Video]

As the days go by, it gets increasingly harder for millennials to find their independence. Living under their parent’s roof has become the norm despite their age. According to a ABODO’s analysis of U.S Census data it has been reported that 34.1% of millennials nationwide are still living with their parents. Miami, Fort Lauderdale and

2017-04-19T16:26:52+00:00 April 19th, 2017|Education, Lifestyle, News, Video/Audio|

[Video] CHAT Miami reveals cultural history through tourism

The Cultural Heritage Alliance for Tourism is a network of tour operators, attractions and small businesses offering educational and interactive walking and bus tours of cultural, historical and urban contemporary experiences in Miami’s heritage communities and the Greater Miami area. Stephanie Jones, president of CHAT Miami, and a couple members speak about the importance of

2017-03-29T17:11:17+00:00 March 23rd, 2017|Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, Roundups, Video/Audio|

Q&A: Teenar Renee looks to tear up the Miami music scene [Audio]

Teenear Renee, more commonly known as “Teenear,” is an emerging vocal artist dreaming of making it big in the Magic City and beyond. The 19-year-old Miami native will be touring across Florida and into Georgia as part of the Juice Tour with iHeartRadio. She will also be performing at Rolling Loud, a two-day concert series

2017-03-10T11:50:06+00:00 March 10th, 2017|Lifestyle, Music, Video/Audio|

Facebook Live at Las Olas Art Fair [Video]

Though art may be found in Wynwood or the nearest museum, you may not have the time to experience it. But today, managing editor Nyamekye Daniel talked to residents on March 4 at the 29th Annual Las Olas Art Fair [Part II] . Prepare to experience artwork ranging from ceramics, sculptures, jewels and paintings. Check out what she

2017-03-04T15:21:43+00:00 March 4th, 2017|Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, Video/Audio|

Club Space tries a new set of moves: yoga [Video]

Better known for parties lasting past sunrise, a new set of moves is emerging downtown at Club Space: yoga. Every Saturday at 4:20 p.m. “Yoga on the Space Terrance” takes over the usual electronic dance music. The classes are free, though attendees are asked to bring their own mats. “Yoga is a nice thing for

2018-08-07T17:55:47+00:00 March 3rd, 2017|Arts & Culture, Award Winners, Lifestyle, Pickups, Video/Audio|