Word of Mouth: Miami

From contemporary art to grilled cheese, some of our favorite spots to visit in Florida's magic city

Beyond the Art Deco buildings along Ocean Drive, Cuban sandwiches at Versailles, Wynwood Walls murals, and sunset cocktails at the The Broken Shaker, Miami has plenty of appeal—much of which isn’t on the “obligatory” list. While visiting the famous (and oftentimes delightfully cliche) spots in Miami is worthwhile, taking a deeper dive is always satisfying. From beautiful popsicles to an unassuming corner bar, contemporary art …

Students Make Polluted Water Popsicles for Good Reason

Hailing from the National Taiwan University of the Arts, students Hung I-chen, Guo Yi-hui and Cheng Yu-ti created a fake selection of “Polluted Water Popsicles” made with real contaminated water—and they did so for a reason that goes beyond their art studies. In an attempt to spread awareness about pollution, the students collected water from Taiwan’s beaches, lakes and rivers. The results are worrying. While …

Sockerbit

The Swedish sweet shop introduces all-natural popsicles for summer

Offering a bright white respite from the bustle of Christopher Street, Sockerbit is a Scandinavian sweet shop in NYC’s West Village known for its delectable selection of traditional smågodis (little candies) and its pristine, rainbow-lined interior. The shop—whose name literally translates to “lump of sugar”—was opened in 2010 by Stefan Ernberg and his wife, Florence Baras. Specializing in all things sweet and Swedish—with foodstuffs and …