Eliott Rodriguez

(Source: my33)

Focus on South Florida: Alliance for Aging

Since 1989 the “Alliance For Aging” has been funding home and community-based services that keep people at home and out of nursing homes. The private nonprofit organization is committed to improving the lives of our senior citizens. For 364 days out of the year the alliance serves the vulnerable elderly in our community. One night a year, the alliance celebrates their vitality and their contributions to the community with the “Positive Living Awards”. We preview the event and detail the work done by the Alliance.

My TV 33–11/17/2014

(Source: my33)

Focus on South Florida: The Art of Transformation

The third annual “Art of Transformation” is a month-long series of events celebrating the revitalization of the city of Opa-locka. The series includes a dance performance, an art exhibition , a film, and an art, food and music festival. It showcases how art is capable of encouraging urban and civic renewal.

My TV 33–11/17/2014

(Source: my33)

Focus on South Florida: Miami Book Fair International

The largest literary event in the country is underway, and it is right here in our own backyard. The Miami Book Fair International attracts hundreds of thousands of readers and writers. The 8-day party builds to the street fair, and if you’ve never experienced that, you need to put it on your “to do” list. The book fair was co-founded 31 years ago by Miami-Dade College and Mitchell Kaplan.

My TV 33–11/17/2014

Nathan Curry (right) and his brother Benjamin (right) are charged with first degree murder.  (Source: Miami-Dade Corrections)

Miami Teens Denied Bond In “Mistaken” Murder Case

Bond has been denied for the second of two teens accused of killing a man in a case of mistaken identity.

11/10/2014

(Source: MY33)

Focus on South Florida: Turkey Trot & Paddle

This Thanksgiving, make a lasting impression; one that benefits you and our community. The 4th annual Fort Lauderdale Turkey Trot and Paddle is quickly becoming a Broward County tradition, attracting thousands of participants. We focus on the event, how you can get involved and who benefits from it.

My TV 33–11/10/2014

(Source: MY33)

Focus on South Florida: Key West Film Festival

The mission of the Key West Film Festival is to showcase films that exhibit excellence in storytelling and capture the essence of what Key West is all about. This is the festival’s third year, and is set to feature more than 55 films. And this year, Cuban cinema is in the spotlight. We preview the event.

My TV 33–11/10/2014

(Source: MY33)

Focus on South Florida: People’s Choice Award

The Knight Foundation supports ideas that engage communities and foster the arts. Its 2014 Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a small and emerging arts organization in South Florida. 20-thousand dollars is up for grabs and you can have a say on who receives it. We focus on the importance of this competition.

My TV 33–11/10/2014

(Source: MY33)

Focus on South Florida: Lupus

Lupus is one of the cruelest most mysterious diseases on earth. It is an autoimmune disease that can take years to diagnose and has no known cure. An estimated 5 million people worldwide have lupus, about 100-thousand of them here in Florida. Most people at risk for lupus know little or nothing about the disease. We focus on the work done by the Lupus Foundation of America’s Florida chapter and meet a woman who has lived with the disease for more than 20 years

My TV 33–11/10/2014

Supporters hold signs to call on bringing home of U.S. citizen Alan Gross who is currently being held in a Cuban prison, during a rally at the Lafayette Park outside the White House December 3, 2013 in Washington, DC. Supporters and community leaders gathered at the rally to mark the 4th anniversary of the detention of Alan Gross and called on the U.S. and Cuban governments to negotiate for his immediate release and return home. (Source: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Alan Gross’ Wife Fears He May ‘Do Something Drastic’

Five years in a Cuban prison have taken their toll on Alan Gross. He’s lost more than one hundred pounds, and has ten years remaining on his sentence.

11/07/2014

(Source: CBS4)

Dade Schools Superintendent Talks About His Homeless Past

Miami-Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho marked Homeless Awareness Day at an event organized by the Miami-Dade Homeless Trust.

11/06/2014

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