MDC Live Arts presents an inspired populist creation/demonstration with “Steve Parker’s Traffic Jam,” in which regular folks can join local artists in a citywide “musical” performance on a quintessential Miami issue — traffic — as jams hit their peak for Miami Art Week. Nov. 30 to Dec. 3, 2016 at various locations in Miami-Dade.
Valencia Gunder, lead organizer for New Florida Majority, talks about the climate change march that began at Jose Marti Park in Miami. The march was one of hundreds around the world and coincided with President Donald Trump's 100th day in office.
Miami-based startup Visual Blasters develops gaming, multimedia and animation mobile apps. One of its most successful is FlipaClip, which allows users to create animation videos based on their own drawings.
A Miami Gardens couple won a $33.8 million medical malpractice judgment in April after a South Florida obstetrician was found negligent during delivery of their baby, who was born with permanent brain damage. But as the couple would later find out, they were not the first parent to sue the doctor for seriously injuring a newborn he delivered in 2013.
Humaniod soccer squads from the U.S. battle it out at the RoboCup U.S. Open 2017, held for the first time at the University of Miami. At the RoboCup U.S. Open, college teams use robots to play a friendly, but competitive, game of soccer.