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February 27, 2017
The Most Florida Movies of All Time
PAMM Celebrates Pride Night With Moonlight Screening and Q&A
Is Miami's Film Industry All Dried Up?
Photographer Josh Aronson's Tropicana Shows Miami Youth in a Colorful Light
Liberty City Shed Tears After Moonlight Win
By Luther Campbell
African Heritage Cultural Arts
6161 NW 22nd Ave., Miami
Little Haiti/Liberty City
Photographer Josh Aronson spent a year capturing young artists and activists against South Florida's colorful backdrop for his self-published photobook Tropicana. "I…
While driving around the city delivering orders for Uber Eats, photographer Gilbert Gonzalez has used his drone to document the vast emptiness…
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across the country, Miami residents began to practice social distancing seriously over the weekend. Most…
By Karli Evans
From Goldfinger to Deep Throat, South Florida's film history runs, well, deep. This week's cover story dives into the once-thriving Miami industry to…
The Perez Art Museum was glowing with pride on Thursday night for a free screening of Oscar-winning film "Moonlight." The Miami-based film…
By Monica McGivern
What makes a movie a Florida movie? Guns, drugs, hot bodies, and beaches. Add in some football references, a few floral shirts,…
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