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Front Page » 2003 » January (Page 11)

Construction Lag May Cost Greater Miamis New Performing Arts Center A Full Season

Construction of Greater Miami's $370 million performing arts center is behind schedule, possibly delaying the opening season from 2004-2005 to the following performance year.…

Cayman Airways To Begin Fort Lauderdale Flights Could Affect Miami Service

Cayman Airways plans to begin daily flights to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International in April, possibly shifting some services from Miami in the future, officials from the Caribbean airline said.…

Soft Market Leads Miami Developer To Convert 47 Million Rental Project Back To Condo

A Miami developer who switched his Brickell View mixed-use project from condominium to rental is returning it to condo.…

With More Competitors Port Of Miami Seeks New Ways To Launch Cruise Traffic

Though cruise passenger traffic continues growing at the Port of Miami, the seaport is approaching a ceiling on its busiest days as its market share of cruise passengers annually decreases…

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Economy Makes Sponsors For International Film Festival Harder To Finddespite 20year History

Finding corporate sponsors for the 20th anniversary of the Miami International Film Festival is proving difficult in the country's tough economy, organizers say.…

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.…

Soft Drinks Could Pour Hard Cash Into Miamidade Through Vending Deal

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and local distributor Gilly Vending are lining up with offers to pay up to millions of dollars to be the official beverage vendor for Miami-Dade County.…