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(Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: Analyzing Changes To U.S.-Cuba Policy Part II

Jim speaks with Mimi Whitefield, Cuba and international business correspondent for the Miami Herald and Augusto Maxwell, the chair of Akerman’s Cuba Practice on topics surrounding the changes to the United States-Cuba policies.

CBS4–01/29/2015

(Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: Analyzing Changes To U.S.-Cuba Policy Part I

Jim speaks with Mimi Whitefield, Cuba and international business correspondent for the Miami Herald and Augusto Maxwell, the chair of Akerman’s Cuba Practice on topics surrounding the changes to the United States-Cuba policies.

CBS4–01/29/2015

(Source: My33)

Focus on South Florida: The “Piano Phoenix”

Russian pianist Elena Klionsky began playing piano at the age of five— and started performing publicly at age six. But her musical career came to an abrupt halt in 2002 after a severe hand injury. She was told she would never play the piano again. But Elena beat the odds and can once again do what she loves. Elena is in South Florida for a benefit performance. She is now known as the Piano Phoenix and she shares her story with Irika.

My TV 33–01/26/2015

(Source: My33)

Focus on South Florida: Filmgate Interactive

Filmgate Interactive, South Florida’s first fully interactive film festival and technology conference, is back for a third year. It is designed to engage the community in a new type of storytelling. This year’s event includes more than 10 screenings, 5 performances, 3 interactive exhibits and 10 workshops held at various locations in the greater Miami area. We focus on this unique event, and the various ways you can enjoy it.

My TV 33–01/26/2015

(Source: My33)

Focus on South Florida: Dolphins Cycling Challenge

The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is a two-day, tri-county event dedicated to raising funds for lifesaving cancer research. This major community initiative is a collaborative effort between the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, with 100% of the rider-raised funds going directly to fund research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. Since its first ride in 2010, the DCC has raised almost 7 million dollars. We focus on the upcoming event, how you can get involved, and how it is helping to save lives.

My TV 33–01/26/2015

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