The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater is Miami Beach’s last major live music venue and stage for some of the world’s best artists. Keep the music going! Please share this article by The Miami Herald with your friends. Also make sure to support Sweat Records too!
Ok, I know it’s already a week into April but I haven’t posted anything in almost a year. I set up this website because I did a stupid reality TV last year that I thought would make me famous but it didn’t. Good thing that I didn’t quit my day job which has gone quite well since that’s all that’s gotten my focus after that nationally televised disaster. I’m still doing stand-up 3-4 days a week still but it’s nothing more than open mics at sketchy venues that I don’t tell much people about. My business is kicking ass and I’ve fooled the whole grown up world along the way. I’m still keeping the dream alive but it’s hard to believe some nights when I perform in rooms with less than a dozen people in attendance.
Anyways, I recently was approached to handle the social media campaign for a huge multi-national corporation (I already have a few as clients) and after reading my blog, they were horrified and used the fact that I did a reality TV against me. Needless to say, I lost that lead. As much as I’m now a 32 year old slave to money, I still won’t apologize for who I am.
Expect to hear much more from me because I have too much on my mind to not share with you nice folks. Let’s stay in touch!
Goodbye “Burn Notice”… Miami will miss you! Only in this town can politicians get away with executing personal agendas at the expense of the community’s greater welfare. By kicking the Burn Notice production out of its facility they are eliminating jobs and revenues and damaging the city, county, tri-county and state’s reputation within the entertainment industry for many years to come.
The City of Miami Commissioners, in particular Commissioner Marc Sarnoff, has told us they will not be renewing
the lease at the Coconut Grove Convention Center where Burn Notice is based.
Commissioner Marc Sarnoff has plans to build a park on the property where the Convention Center is located.
This park is linked to a private condominium that is being built across the street from our site.
He has told the other Miami Commissioners that he “is ready to go” with the demolition process.
The cost to move Burn Notice to another stage and office location will be at least 1 million dollars and
will take the final season of Burn Notice out of the city of Miami and possibly the state of Florida.
This not will not only impact the cast and crew and the 150 jobs it supplies per day, but is sending a message to
the world that Miami is not a friendly film community.
I would like each and every one of us to write to commissioner Sarnoff at – email@example.com,
and let him know the impact this will place on your business revenue.
“ok, either their friends convinced them that they were going to a much nicer place or they have no sense of propriety ’cause this is no place for a little black cocktail dress “
South Miami’s Franky Arriola, 31, gets to check out the singles scene in Love in the Wild, airing 9 p.m. on NBC Tuesday. Hosted by Jenny McCarthy, the show tries to hook up bachelors and bachelorettes in the Dominican Republic,Survivor style.
His role: troublemaker, trying to break up happy couples.
Though many viewers may perceive the Christopher Columbus High School grad as a reality villain, it wasn’t a bad way to pass the time. Especially since he got to fulfull a lifelong dream of meeting McCarthy.
“She was fun, she doesn’t age,’’ says Arriola, who dabbles in standup comedy, and can often be seen at the Miami Improv in Coconut Grove joking about the “ambivalent’’ girls on the Miami dating scene. “I remember watching her when she was goddess on [MTV’s] Singled Out.’’