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Miami Beach’s film images keep sparkling

Miami Beach’s film images keep sparkling

Miami Beach has served as a backdrop for films, television shows, modeling shoots, videos and other forms of entertainment for almost its entire history, and that trend shows no signs…

State OKs cutting Biscayne Boulevard lanes

State OKs cutting Biscayne Boulevard lanes

A plan to re-do Biscayne Boulevard being advanced by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has the tacit approval of the Florida Department of Transportation, though the former, not the latter,…

Nicklaus funding fuels hospital foundation

Nicklaus funding fuels hospital foundation

In honor of last month’s $60 million gift from golf legend Jack Nicklaus and his wife, Barbara Nicklaus, the main campus of Miami Children’s Hospital and its eight outpatient centers…

826-836 interchange delayed

826-836 interchange delayed

Completion of Miami-Dade County’s most impactful road project – the interchange of state roads 826 and 836 – has been delayed until January 2016 because of inclement weather, but significant…

Business-students network in works

Business-students network in works

Creating high-paying economic opportunities has been the focus of One Community One Goal since its inception more than two decades ago. But in its most recent iteration, a focus has…

Major Science Museum gifts in wings

Major Science Museum gifts in wings

Having flown past two major milestones and with more than half of needed funding in its coffers – not including two major gifts that are to be announced shortly –…

Congested Biscayne Boulevard may narrow

Congested Biscayne Boulevard may narrow

Newly christened Biscayne Green is moving ahead in an ambitious project to narrow a stretch of congested Biscayne Boulevard downtown from Northeast Eighth Street south to Biscayne Boulevard Way. “The…

Tax incentives called key to filming’s revival

Tax incentives called key to filming’s revival

Restoring Florida’s moribund tax incentive program is key to expanding Miami’s film industry, said Bruce Orosz, CEO of ACT Productions and new chairman of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors…

3 a.m. bar closings “way too early”

3 a.m. bar closings “way too early”

The much-anticipated Art Basel crowds left Wynwood buzzing but nearly free of crime, directors of the Wynwood Business Improvement District learned last week. During the week of parties and shows,…

Film studio deals for 160 county acres

Film studio deals for 160 county acres

If all goes as planned, a mammoth studio complex comprising 11 sound stages and 1.5 billion cubic feet of water in 10 giant tanks, as well as office and production…

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