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Can 'Aloha's' first eight minutes on YouTube help the Sony film?

Friday, 29 May 2015 22:47 Written by
Sony's new movie "Aloha" has plenty of buzz, but not the kind studio executives hope for. lRelated COMPANY TOWN'San Andreas' expected to top box officeSee all related 8 The poor publicity for the island-set rom-com has been loud and three-pronged: It has earned the worst reviews of director Cameron Crowe's career, questions over its handling of Hawaiian heritage,
Filling hours in LA with toting up tacos
Friday, 29 May 2015 22:30 Written by
LOS ANGELES — We were in the desert when we heard the irresistible call of the Los Angeles taco. The plastic billboard of a Joshua Tree Veterans Hall dangled the prospect of a lunch special. Too bad it was dinnertime. We were hungry, and we were in Southern California, where every moment without a taco is a waste of time. Continue reading below Every city’s got a fast-food icon, something that, reconstituted elsewhere, scans as
LA Music Blogcast: Kiven – Round 3
Friday, 29 May 2015 22:24 Written by
The LA Music Blogcast — the official podcast of LA Music Blog — posts on the Blog every Friday. If there are any musical topics or questions that you would like to hear us talk about on future episodes – and likely have them answered by musical guests and industry professionals – please let us know by leaving a comment below or on our Facebook and tweeting us on Twitter with #LAmbCast. ***** For
Mackel: Gentry meets with Pelicans brass Friday night
Friday, 29 May 2015 22:12 Written by
The New Orleans Pelicans could be very close to hiring a head coach. Related Two shot in French Quarter shooting,...Children's Hospital, De La Salle...Former Saints player Darren Sharper...Woman grabs 87-year-old
Red River flooding could cause travel, commerce issues
Friday, 29 May 2015 21:47 Written by
SHREVEPORT, La. (KNOE 8 News) The National Weather Service is predicting record floods in Louisiana, especially along the Red River. Forecasters say the Red River, which flows through Shreveport-Bossier and Alexandria, before dumping into the Atchafalaya Basin, will crest at 34 feet around June 6th. It's possibly one of the worst floods in decades. "As we
Lt. gov. candidate says crime hurts tourism efforts
Friday, 29 May 2015 21:18 Written by
Buy Photo John Young, a candidate for lieutenant governor, says, “I’d like to see the office expand into more economic development.”(Photo: Richard Sharkey/The Town Talk)Buy Photo CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE John Young says his experience, especially as a former prosecutor, gives him a leg up on the other candidates for lieutenant governor. Crime threatens Louisiana's tourism industry, especially in New Orleans, he said, and
Two shot in French Quarter shooting, police still searching for shooter
Friday, 29 May 2015 21:06 Written by
The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a double shooting in the French Quarter. Related Judge: Benson trial will remain closedJefferson Parish, Delgado leaders...Children's Hospital, De La Salle...LASPCA seeks kitten food, dog toys...
University Medical Center needs another $25 million to open
Friday, 29 May 2015 20:08 Written by
It will take another $25 million to open University Medical Center this summer, increasing the amount the state needs to pay private operator LCMC Health to $113 million, state health officials told state lawmakers Friday (May 29). The additional cost comes from having to simultaneously run Interim LSU Hospital and the new facility longer than anticipated, an expense state health officials said wasn't considered when the Department of Health and Hospitals determined its budget in
GSU presidential candidates down to five
Friday, 29 May 2015 19:13 Written by
Granbling State University(Photo: Courtesy) CONNECT 3 TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE The Grambling State University Presidential Search Committee narrowed a pool of eight candidates down to five Friday. The five candidates are: Wayne Brumfield, Thomas Calhoun, Glenda Carter, Willie Larkin, Gilbert Rochon. Brumfield is the former vice president for student affairs at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Over the past 25 years, Brumfield has worked in higher education in
Two injured after shooting in French Quarter
Friday, 29 May 2015 18:36 Written by
The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a double shooting in the French Quarter. Related Children's Hospital, De La Salle...LASPCA seeks kitten food, dog toys...Police find missing autistic 19-year-oldJPSO: Marrero teenager arrested for...
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