The curtain goes up in just a few days on the 32nd annual Miami International Film Festival. One of the films making its world premiere is called “Dawg Fight”. It is a brutal expose on underground backyard mixed martial arts fighting in one of South Florida’s toughest neighborhoods. It is directed by Florida native Billy Corben, who is best known for his documentaries “Cocaine Cowboys”, “The U” and “The U Part Two”. We focus on Corben’s new film in particular and the festival in general.
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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.
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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.
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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.