Senate Commerce and Tourism Chairwoman Nancy Detert plans to continue trying to bolster Florida’s film and television incentives program as a legislative report indicates the industry is in decline because of competition from Georgia and Louisiana.
There is no secret that Miami is the ultimate spot to party.
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The Magic City might not be so magical for pet shops anymore, as city officials move forward with a plan to ban the sale of puppies.
Professional soccer in Miami seemed a certain goal just a few months ago when one of the world’s top athletes, David Beckham, brought his hopes to the Magic City. But Beckham, not known for losing, is now reeling from two major losses.
Big green highway signs with their messages blacked out with dark tape are hanging over major roadways in and around downtown Miami. The mystery signs covered with black tape are erected on Interstate 95, the Dolphin Expressway, the MacArthur Causeway and various ramps to and from the roadways directing traffic to, well, nowhere.
Blockbuster proposals that would double and triple the pool of incentives for those who want to create both big- and small-screen magic in Florida now sit before lawmakers.
Fans of the show “Magic City” can attend a live auction this weekend and take home a piece of the set.
Fans of the show Magic City will be disappointed to hear the show will not get a third season on Starz.
The American Black Film Festival kicked-off in Miami Beach Wednesday. Filmmakers from around the country enter to be featured in the festival, but one South Floridian is creating buzz with his film about his tough childhood in Miami.