What's on TV tonight? 'Mr. Robinson,' 'Extant,' 'Mr. Robot'

Wednesday, 05 August 2015 01:08 Written by
Here's what's on TV tonight: Craig Robinson stars in a new comedy, "Mr. Robinson" (8 p.m., WDSU), debuting with back-to-back episodes. Keith Uhlich @ HollywoodReporter.com: Nothing in the episodes sent out for preview suggests that Mr. Robinson will be much
Baton Rouge Rep. Alfred Williams dies at 64 years old
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:54 Written by
Louisiana Rep. Alfred Williams, D-Baton Rouge, passed away Tuesday (Aug. 6) after experiencing complications related to a routine knee operation a couple of weeks ago. Williams was finishing out his first term in the Louisiana Legislature and had served
Obama: Rejecting Iran Deal a 'Historic Mistake'
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:54 Written by
President Barack Obama plans to tell the American people in an address on Wednesday that rejecting the nuclear agreement with Iran by Congress would be a "historic mistake," a senior White House official said, according to Haaretz. Obama's remarks will be a response to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who repeatedly called the deal with Iran historic mistake. On Tuesday, 24 hours ahead of his planned speech, Obama met with some 20 prominent Jewish leaders and…
Amy Schumer opens up to Jon Stewart about Trainwreck cinema shooting: "It broke my heart"
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:51 Written by
Amy Schumer spoke in depth about the recent Lafayette, Louisiana cinema shooting with Jon Stewart on Monday (August 4). On July 23, John Russell Houser killed two people and injured nine others when he opened fire during a screening of Schumer's film Trainwreck. © PA Images / Seth Wenig/AP The tragedy inspired Amy to team up with US senator Chuck Schumer, her cousin, to call for a comprehensive overhaul of gun policy. During an appearance…
NextDayBetter convenes leaders of LA Filipino food movement
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:46 Written by
By Christina Oriel Published: August 5, 2015 | No Comments SINCE its founding in 2013, NextDayBetter has been building a platform where changemakers, community leaders and innovators can assemble and share their stories. Branded as a “creative speaker and food series for diaspora communities around the world,” NextDayBetter has expanded globally to nine cities in four countries with events
Oklahoma City chef faces vast challenge in New Orleans this weekend
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:16 Written by
Twelve chefs from across the U.S. will compete for the coveted title of America’s Best Seafood Chef. This is a great excuse to visit the South's most celebrated culinary city, but if the notice is too short to make travel plans, you can watch a live feed at GreatAmericanSeafoodCookOff.com. Fleischfresser, whose home kitchens include Oklahoma City's Vast, The Coach House and The Tasting Room, will take on chefs around the country: George Reis of Ocean…
Intel Putting $5M Toward Georgia Tech Diversity Push
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:07 Written by
August 4, 2015 | : Tweet by Catherine Morris Dr. Gary S. May is dean of Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering. The Georgia Institute of Technology will receive $5 million over the next five years from Intel to increase the number of minorities and
City fails to collect contract reports
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:04 Written by
In the five years since Mayor Mitch Landrieu overhauled the city’s rules for awarding professional service contracts, contract managers and contractors have failed to file key reports with the city’s Procurement Office as required under the regulations, potentially allowing poorly performing contractors to continue to win work with the city, according to an investigation by the New Orleans Office of Inspector General released Wednesday. IG Ed Quatrevaux’s office conducted an investigation to determine
N.O. selected for data initiative
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:04 Written by
New Orleans will gain access to some top experts in data collection and analysis through a new initiative spearheaded by Bloomberg Philanthropies that aims to help municipalities use information they collect to improve the quality of life for their residents. The nonprofit selected New Orleans as one of eight initial “What Works Cities” with which it will partner over the next 18 months to provide a number of services to help them better
The biggest names in the world of big data are set to help New Orleans crunch numbers
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:03 Written by
Some of the sharpest minds in public policy will soon be helping New Orleans bureaucrats harness the power of big data to find new ways of making government more effective and efficient, thanks to a partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies announced
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