23-year-old Cécile McLorin Salvant grew into a jazz singer only by leaving the US and heading to France. The singer has since won acclaim from her peers in the jazz world. In 2010 she won the Thelonious Monk competition in Washington DC.
Art Basel Miami Beach, the country's buzziest art fair,is in full swing. Dozens of temporary galleries have popped up during the fair, including 'Moving the Still,' an exhibition made up entirely of GIFs, are tiny animations made from looping together.
A United Nations group set out to clean up a Port-au-Prince neighborhood by converting trash to cooking fuel. It was a project with many goals, that ultimately wasn't sustainable financially. It seems many programs in Haiti suffer under their own weight.
Tiempo Libre is a seven piece group based in Miami. The band's leader Jorge Gomez tells Marco Werman about his teenage years in Havana when he would try to listen to banned American music. This is remembered in the group's new CD "My Secret Radio."
Millions of Americans are facing foreclosure, like Takeaway listener, Tina. She is struggling to keep her home in Miami. She has been in her house for 38 years, but is getting hit with an escalated payment.
The nation's debt crisis has all eyes on the politicians on Capitol Hill. But we wanted to know how the debt crisis is playing out in different cities across the country – what local fears and concerns are, and what people have to say about it.
Nevin Shapiro is accused of providing University of Miami college football players with prostitutes, cars and other gifts over the past eight years. If the allegations prove true they may prove to be the most significant in NCAA history.
The NCAA has suspended eight University of Miami football players today for accepting impermissible benefits from former U of M booster Nevin Shapiro. Susan Miller Degnan, beat reporter for the Miami Herald, has been following the story.