• On Aug. 23, CBS 4 is hosting a breakfast to mark the creation of Neighbors 4 Neighbors, a nonprofit organization that the television station launched after Andrew to assist families in need in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
• On Aug. 24, The Herald will focus on the children of Hurricane Andrew, with a story from reporter and columnist Ana Veciana Suarez. Ana, whose home was seriously damaged in the storm, will zero in on the imprint Andrew left on a generation of young South Floridians.
At 9 a.m. the same day, WLRN 91.3 FM will air Remembering Andrew, an hour-long radio documentary from the WLRN-Miami Herald News team. It will be live-streamed at wlrn.org.
• On Aug. 25, The Museum of Science, 3280 S. Miami Ave., will hold discussions and offer presentations about Andrew, the start of an exhibit throughout the fall that will include Miami Herald photography and front pages from the storm.
We also have stories planned on the impact of the storm on the city of Homestead, and before and after photography from key areas impacted by Andrew. We are creating a special section of MiamiHerald.com for all of our Andrew coverage, www.MiamiHerald.com/andrew.
Among its features will be front pages from The Herald in the days after the storm, the remarkable work of Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald photographers, and the recollections of many South Florida residents who responded to our Public Insight Network with their Hurricane Andrew stories. Well publish photos from our archives documenting the storm and our Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of it.
Throughout the next few weeks, well also cover commemorative events across the cities and neighborhoods touched by the storm. If you have something youd like to share, you can email me at rhirsch@MiamiHerald.com.