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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 of diminishing, observers say. “People can’t get…

Filming In Miami

Filming in Miami is the only compilation of motion picture, television, still and commercial shoots in Greater Miami. Shoots are listed by licensing jurisdiction. These filming permits were issued last…

Fyi Miami

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Transportation Agency To Seek Rail Funds From Miami International Airport

As plans to connect Metrorail to Miami International Airport advance, transportation planners want to know if the Miami-Dade Aviation Department can share in the project's $180 million cost.…

Dolphin Mall Announces 100 Tenants Targeting Latin Americans

Dolphin Mall at Beacon Tradeport, due to open March 1, released a list of 100 new tenants that will join the 13 anchors previously signed.…

County Oks Services Export By Jackson Memorial Hospital

County commissioners hope to establish a program that will export Jackson Memorial Hospital's health services to medical centers abroad.…

Fisher Islands Express Ride Toward Municipality Is Sidetracked

Miami-Dade County has muzzled talks of creating more new cities until after next week's election, when voters will consider requiring new municipalities to own up to agreements they make with…

Export Growth Rises As Key Latin Economies Revitalize

South Florida exports rose 4.5% to $14.9 billion during the first half of 2000, fueled at least in part by double digit increases to key Latin American trading partners.…

Application For Downtown Miami Charter School Goes Forward

Facing an Oct. 1 deadline, Miami's Downtown Development Authority is pushing through an application to open a downtown charter school that could accept students as early as August 2002.…

Miami Beach Chamber Scrambles To Fill Gap In Home Schedule

Time is running out for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce as officials scramble to complete fundraising for a new $1.6 million headquarters and find temporary offices for most of…

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