Volume 4, Number 11 - March 4, 2014

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9 Mile Leaves Audience Convulsing After A Hit And Miss Show

The 21st annual 9 Mile Music Festival featured performances from prominent acts such as Lauryn Hill, Shaggy and Tito El Bambino, but still suffered from disorganization.


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Arctic Monkey’s Frontman Woos Crowd At Fillmore

Turner and co. performed some of their hit singles for a sellout crowd at The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater on Jan. 30.


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Broken Bells’ After The Disco Proves That Unlikely Duos Sometimes Strike Gold

Brian Burton aka Danger Mouse, collaborated with indie-rocker James Mercer to create the band Broken Bells, who recently released their latest album After The Disco.


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Free Seminar For Entrepreneurial Student Filmmakers

As a part of the upcoming Miami International Film Festival, some of Miami Dade College’s most recent film and television graduates, who have successfully started their own businesses, will share their experiences at the North Campus, 11380 N.W. 27th Ave., Room 2147 at 12:30 p.m. on March 10.


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MIFF 2014 Highlights

We highlight some key films that will be featured during this year’s Miami International Film Festival, which runs from March 7 to 16.


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MIFF Selects Film By Reporter Editor-in-Chief As Official Entry Into CinemaSlam

It’s About Time, a short-film written and directed by Reporter Editor-In-Chief, Mark Pulaski, was selected as Miami Dade College’s official entry into the Miami+Shanghai CinemaSlam—Miami International Film Festival’s student-film competition.


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More Than 600 Thousand Binge-Watched House of Cards Season 2 Within 72 Hours Of Release

The hugely-popular Netflix original series, starring Kevin Spacey as a US congressmen bent on revenge, continues to show the quality which earned the series it’s Emmy wins last year.




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