Monthly Archives: June 2022

The Illicit Past—and Prosperous Future—of Cap’s Place

Cap’s Place was a crime when it opened, and coming up on a century later, it’s still in the same spot.

Here’s What a Diverse Florida Michelin Guide Would Look Like

We can think of at least six Sunshine State chefs who should’ve made the cut.

Could Orange Groves Help Save the Florida Panther?

Carlton Ward Jr. discovers how citrus groves connect wildlife environments that are vital for Florida panthers.

The Tedeschi Trucks Band Reveals the Inspiration Behind Their Biggest Project Yet

The southern rock ensemble discusses the intricacies of releasing their most ambitious project yet.

Rising From the Rubble: Three Miamians on Healing and Hope One Year After the Surfside Condo Collapse

A survivor, an emergency physician and a town commissioner recount the darkest day of a peaceful beachside community.

Unwind at These Three Coastal Hideaways

From baby-blue bungalows to seafoam green estates, come stay awhile in these watercolor homes.

Explore a Horticultural Haven at Naples Botanical Garden

From Asian gardens bursting with lotus flowers to activities that invite all ages into the fold, the gardens remind visitors that nature is for everyone.

We’ve Got This Miami Pop-Funk Band on Repeat This Summer

The Magic City Hippies’ latest album was designed to be enjoyed poolside.

Girls Just Marijuana Have Fun

One little pill takes Prissy Elrod on the trip of a lifetime.