02.01.21 | Red Cross Chat
Honoring Black men and women for Black History Month whose contributions were essential to the humanitarian mission of the American Red Cross.
12.31.20 | Dance Magazine
Dancers are used to challenges. When COVID-19 forced them to wait in the wings, these dancers launched or grew their own businesses.
12.17.20 | Miami New Times
Perhaps it’s a Christmas miracle that Miami City Ballet will perform George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker in Downtown Doral Park.
11.11.20 | South Florida Red Cross
Red Cross helps U.S. Navy sailor Braeden Schneider get home to see his grandfather, U.S. Army veteran Don McKinley, one last time.
10.12.20 | Busted Halo
Being unemployed since late April, I strongly identify with Simon – who would eventually be called Peter – in the story of his calling.
09.15.20 | Miami New Times
Striking images form a video that is the highlight of Juana Valdes’ new installation exploring the migration experience, Rest Ashore, at Locust Projects.
09.02.20 | Busted Halo
God desires that we show each other the same love and mercy that he shows us all. Showing compassion is more important to Him than any religious ritual or sacrifice.
08.17.20 | South Florida Red Cross
Rebecca Torriani is on a mission to make the world a better place. When you meet her and see her work, you will believe this is possible.
07.29.20 | Dining Out Miami
A good salad is not boring. A simple Caesar or an elaborate creation can tempt the palate with the right mix of flavors and textures.
07.09.20 | Dining Out Miami
There’s nothing like a cool, frosty treat to give you respite from sweaty Miami summers and to make you feel like a kid again.
07.01.20 | Dining Out Miami
This year’s 4th of July might be remembered for restrictions on gathering, but that’s no reason you can’t get out there (responsibly) and celebrate.
06.04.20 | Dining Out Miami
Restaurants all over Miami are collectively breathing a sigh of relief and throwing open their doors for in-person dining once again.
06.04.20 | South Florida Red Cross
During Pride Month, the Red Cross wants to highlight its commitment to diversity and inclusion. Michael Riordan shares her message of compassion.
05.15.20 | Culture Crusaders
If there was ever a time to learn something new or pick up a new hobby — it’s now! You have all this time on your hands so start learning.
04.07.20 | Culture Crusaders
For many people, a gluten-free diet is not just a fad, it’s a necessity. Luckily, there are a few places in Miami and Miami Beach that get it right.
2.10.21 | Busted Halo
As I’ve grown in my spiritual journey, I have come to embrace that being a single lay woman – or a single laity (pun intended) – is a calling in and of itself that is a meaningful path to holiness.
1.22.21 | Miami New Times
MCB presents To Miami, With Love for its 2021 spring season, a series of outdoor pop-up performances inspired by the vibrancy and culture of the Magic City.
12.28.20 | Busted Halo
Ask Catholics the last time they went to confession and all of a sudden, they get very sheepish. Before making a resolution for 2021, let’s make a Confession of 2020.
10.30.20 | Busted Halo
Here are a few saints and saints-in-the-making you might not have heard of. Perhaps you can see yourself reflected in one of them.
09.18.20 | Miami New Times
Alexander Peters describes the physicality of his artwork the way a choreographer might describe dancers moving across a stage.
08.20.20 | Miami New Times
Although art and cultural institutions in Miami face incredible hardship, art itself remains alive and strong. #MiamiArtStrong social media campaign focuses on the good news.
07.31.20 | Culture Crusaders
Dancers are used to being watched, moving with grace and agility on a stage. These days, MCB dancers are being watched by passers-by from a studio on Lincoln Road.
07.28.20 | Dining Out Miami
Delicious Raw’s menu proves that taste, texture and flavor profiles need not be sacrificed in order to be healthy. They became founding members of Plastic Free Miami Beach.
06.04.20 | Dish Miami
Outdoor dining has never been more desirable after being cooped up inside for months. Luckily, these restaurants are opening up once again.
05.27.20 | The New Tropic
Non-profit organizations are used to doing a lot with limited resources. Now is when they need the community the most.
05.21.20 | South Florida Red Cross
Clara Barton presided over the first official meeting of the American Red Cross on May 21, 1881. Here are a few other facts that you may not know.