Podcasts

Aerial of Short Street in 1917.

Miami History Podcast: Historic Short Street

This podcast episode discusses the history of a unique street in downtown Miami that was given the nickname of Short ...
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Ball & Chain

Miami History Podcast: Ball & Chain in Little Havana

This podcast episode features Miami’s Ball & Chain. Within the confines of Little Havana stands an institution that has lived ...
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Tower Theater in 1951.

Miami History Podcast: Little Havana

This podcast episode will tell the story of Little Havana. Prior to the neighborhood taking a new name in the ...
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Peacock Inn in 1880s

Miami History Podcast: Coconut Grove

This podcast episode features the history of Coconut Grove. From its inception, ‘The Grove’ was a place that attracted characters ...
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Flamingo Hotel in 1920s

Miami History Podcast: Carl Fisher & Flamingo Hotel

This podcast episode features the father of Miami Beach, Carl Fisher and one of his most notable hotels. Carl Fisher ...
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Royal Palm Hotel in 1910s

Miami History Podcast: Royal Palm Hotel

This podcast episode features Miami’s first luxury hotel. As part of his agreement with Julia Tuttle, Henry Flagler built the ...
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Dr. Jackson office moved in 1916.

Miami History Podcast: Dr. James Jackson & DHT

This podcast episode focuses on Miami’s pioneer physician. Dr. James Jackson was the son of a doctor who grew up ...
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Burdines in 1912

Miami History Podcast: Burdines – The Florida Store

The eighth episode of the Miami History Podcast discusses the Burdine family and their namesake store. Opportunity brought William Burdine ...
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Aerial of Library in Bayfront Park in 1951

Miami History Podcast: Bayfront Park

The seventh episode of the Miami History Podcast discusses the history of Bayfront Park. Built with bay bottom fill in ...
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Orange Bowl in 1974

Miami History Podcast: Orange Bowl

The sixth episode of the Miami History Podcast features the story of the iconic Orange Bowl. Long before it was ...
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