The University of Miami football team may have played their last regular season game over a week ago but the school, the team and its history were front and center on Thursday night at The Colony theatre in Miami Beach.
Wynwood’s explosive job growth really is a double-edged sword.
Miami-Dade County will begin talks this week with a group led by David Beckham to hammer out details of a pro-soccer stadium.
Miami-Dade residents won’t vote on a plan to renovate Sun life Stadium, but they’re still talking about it. The stadium renovation bill died in the Florida House Friday putting an end to early voting.
A South Florida movie director known nationwide for films including “Cocaine Cowboys,” “Broke” and “The U” is making a Public Service Announcement aimed at curbing teen violence.
Just hours after Super Bowl 47, the Miami Dolphins are headed to Tallahassee to pitch a state of the art stadium plan in hopes of bringing the big game back to South Florida.
A headline in Thursday’s New York Magazine: “Florida Still Figuring Out That Whole ‘Election’ Thing.”
In 2000, Florida became the punch line of jokes everywhere after having problems with a one-page punch card ballot. This year, Florida’s ballot was as long as 12 pages in some parts of the state which spelled disaster.
South Florida filmmaker Billy Corben’s latest ESPN film, “Broke,” dealt with a topic that is tough for most athletes to talk about, having it all and losing it all. Corben also took time while talking to CBS4 to weigh in on the UM-Notre Dame game on Saturday.
For the second time in as many years, South Florida filmmaker Billy Corben will once again have a feature on ESPN. After first tackling the University of Miami football’s rise to fame, Corben is this time looking at how pro athletes spend millions only to end up “Broke.”