Category: People


Petal Power

With Birdie Floral Truck, spreading joy during a pandemic has never been more beautiful—or fragrant.

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A Moment with Mom

While quarantining together, a mother and son find a connection—and a surprising social media following—through Chinese dumplings. Temple Street Eatery chef/owner and dumpling connoisseur Alex Kuk investigates the phenomenon that is Calvin Dumplings.

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Something to Crow About

Star chef Marcus Samuelsson’s new Red Rooster Overtown is finding soulful, purposeful ways to connect with the residents, history and culture of its groundbreaking South Florida neighborhood.

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On the Verge

From starring in her first major feature film, “Uncharted,” to championing awareness for mental health issues and the Black Lives Matter movement, actor Tati Gabrielle is captivating audiences on and off the screen.

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With Reckless Abandon

From starring as a hero on a fantasy TV series to playing a villain in a post-apocalyptic show, Katherine McNamara is cementing herself as a young Hollywood actor to watch.

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The Legend of Udonis Haslem

For nearly two decades, Udonis Haslem’s gritty, physical play earned him a place in Miami Heat lore. Now entering his 18th season with the team, Haslem is embracing his newest and perhaps most important role in the community: outspoken activist.

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Bit By Bit

How Chris Stegner’s very young yet highly touted company, Very Big Things, is putting South Florida’s startup scene on the map.

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From Zero to Hero

Through the Zero Empty Spaces program, retail spaces that formerly stocked apparel, shoes and housewares are now showcasing a different product: working artists.

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