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CNN —The Oscars of the food world — the James Beard Awards — were handed out Monday night to many chefs and restaurants reflecting cultures and regions that have long been overlooked when honoring culinary achievement in the United States. Outstanding Chef winner Michael Rafidi dedicated his award to Palestinian people all over the world in his acceptance speech. The 2024 winners bring heritage from all over the globe — the Philippines, Mexico, Japan, Peru, Vietnam, Senegal — to tables across the United States. This year’s awards also bring recognition to restaurants in many smaller towns and states that have not historically been recognized with James Beard Awards. Chef Masako Morishita received the James Beard Award for Emerging Chef.
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Tickets for "This Is Me... Live" are now on sale, and we've put together a guide on how to buy Jennifer Lopez tickets at the best prices. Jennifer Lopez 2024 tour scheduleJennifer Lopez's 2024 tour will kick off on June 26 in Orlando, Florida. How to buy tickets for Jennifer Lopez's 2024 concert tourYou can purchase original tickets to Jennifer Lopez's tour on Ticketmaster. Jennifer Lopez tickets are also available through resale websites like StubHub and Vivid Seats, which offer more variety in pricing. How much are Jennifer Lopez tickets?
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New York CNN —From New York to Los Angeles, college campus protests against the war in Gaza turned violent Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning as police sought to clear campuses of protesters in many locations, leading to mass arrests. The flash grenades emit a bright flash and a very loud bang and are typically used to shock and disorient. Officers arrested more than 200 protesters overnight at Columbia and made dozens of additional arrests at City College of New York located about a mile north in Manhattan, according to law enforcement sources. Columbia announced the NYPD could stay on campus through at least May 17, past the university’s commencement ceremony now scheduled for May 15. Brown UniversityAn exception to the escalating conflict was at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.
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In early 2020, Franziska Trautmann and Max Steitz, then seniors at Tulane University, were spitballing ways to keep their glass out of the trash. For all of its imbibing, New Orleans didn’t offer curbside glass recycling. For Ms. Trautmann and Mr. Steitz, this wasn’t just galling, but a missed opportunity. “We underestimated how much demand there was,” Mr. Steitz, 27, said. Now, four years later, their company, Glass Half Full, is the only glass recycling facility in New Orleans.
Persons: Franziska Trautmann, Max Steitz, Trautmann, Steitz, ” Mr, Organizations: Tulane University, Zeta Psi Locations: New Orleans, Crescent
CNN —A New Orleans restaurant featuring a modern Senegalese tasting menu and an Ethiopia-born chef who studied psychology before turning to a culinary career are among the restaurants and chefs named as finalists for the coveted James Beard Awards. The finalists for the Restaurant and Chef Awards were announced Wednesday in Washington, DC. In the Emerging Chef category, Fariyal Abdullahi, executive chef at Hav & Mar in New York, is among the five finalists. Masako Morishita moved to Washington, DC to be a cheerleader for the Washington Commanders. Fariyal Abdullahi, executive chef at Hav & Mar in New York, is among the five finalists in the Emerging Chef category.
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Wildwood-The Villages, Florida, saw its population increase 4.7% from July 1, 2022, to a year later. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Wildwood-The Villages in Florida saw the greatest increase from July 1, 2022, to July 1, 2023, among metros. Additionally, the data from the Census Bureau shows there were also a lot of metros with population percent declines during that time.
Persons: , Kristie Wilder, Paul Mackun Organizations: Service, Bureau Locations: Florida, Napa , California, Ithaca , New York, Charleston, West Virginia, South, Wildwood, New Orleans, Metairie, Louisiana
“A Wonderful World,” a new musical about Louis Armstrong, will have a run on Broadway starting in the fall. The musical, which has previously been staged in Miami, New Orleans and Chicago, will star James Monroe Iglehart, who a decade ago won a Tony Award for originating the role of the Genie in “Aladdin,” and who is now starring as King Arthur in a Broadway revival of “Spamalot.”The show is scheduled to begin previews Oct. 16 and to open Nov. 11 at Studio 54, where the musical “Days of Wine and Roses” is now playing a limited run. When Armstrong died in 1971, the trumpeter and singer left a legacy as one of the most important figures in the history of jazz. The show examines his life through the eyes of his four wives.
Persons: Louis Armstrong, James Monroe Iglehart, , , King Arthur, Armstrong Organizations: Broadway Locations: Miami , New Orleans, Chicago
Las Vegas hopes to hit the jackpot with the Super Bowl
  + stars: | 2024-02-10 | by ( Alicia Wallace | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +10 min
CNN —When Super Bowl Sunday rolls around each year — whether it’s in Miami, New Orleans, Los Angeles or Minneapolis — Las Vegas still draws the crowds. It took years — and a Supreme Court ruling legalizing sports betting — for the National Football League to view Las Vegas in a different light. “We’re sold out, have been for the last month,” said Paul Hobson, general manager of the Sahara Las Vegas hotel-casino. “Las Vegas has a lot of people going there for Super Bowl weekend anyway,” Stephenson said. Additionally, the visitors it attracts spend a whole lot more than the ones who would show up on your typical Super Bowl weekend, Hill said.
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Jeff Landry on Thursday officially called for a highly anticipated crime-focused special legislative session that could overhaul the state's current criminal justice system, reversing hard-fought and historic reforms that happened under Landry's Democratic predecessor. I am eager to enact real change that makes Louisiana a safer state for all," Landry said in a statement. The special session is scheduled to begin Feb. 19 and must conclude by the evening of March 6. Landry, who served as the state's attorney general for eight years until he became governor, has repeatedly slammed Louisiana’s 2017 criminal justice overhaul. This will be Louisiana's second special session since Landry took office last month.
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(AP) — Ellen Gilchrist, a National Book Award winner whose short stories and novels drew on the complexities of people and places in the American South, has died. An obituary from her family said Gilchrist died Tuesday in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, where she had lived in her final years. “Victory Over Japan,” a collection of short stories set in Mississippi and Arkansas, was awarded the National Book Award for fiction in 1984. She said at the Mississippi Book Festival that she wrote the story at a time when she and her friends were having conversations about abortion versus adoption. Gilchrist's survivors include her sons Marshall Peteet Walker, Jr., Garth Gilchrist Walker and Pierre Gautier Walker; her brother Robert Alford Gilchrist; 18 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
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COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Joe Hortiz is going from assembling talent for John Harbaugh to leading the football operations with Jim Harbaugh. Hortiz has agreed to terms to become the Los Angeles Chargers general manager, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. He started as an area scout in 1998 and has been the Ravens director of player personnel for seven seasons. New York Giants assistant GM Brandon Brown was the only other candidate to get a second interview. The other candidates interviewed were interim GM JoJo Wooden, Chicago Bears assistant GM Ian Cunningham, Buffalo Bills director of player personnel Terrance Gray, New Orleans Saints assistant GM Jeff Ireland, Indianapolis Colts assistant GM Ed Dodds, Chicago co-director of player personnel Jeff King and NFL chief football administrative officer Dawn Aponte.
Persons: Joe Hortiz, John Harbaugh, Jim Harbaugh, Hortiz, hasn’t, Hortiz —, Tom Telesco, Harbaugh, Hortiz's, Brandon Brown, Justin Herbert, Mike Williams, Keenan Allen, Khalil Mack, Joey Bosa, JoJo Wooden, Ian Cunningham, Terrance Gray, Jeff Ireland, Ed Dodds, Jeff King, Dawn Aponte, ___ Organizations: Los Angeles Chargers, Associated Press, NFL, Baltimore Ravens, Ravens, Chargers, AFC, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Giants, Bolts, Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, Terrance Gray , New Orleans Saints, Indianapolis Colts Locations: COSTA MESA, Calif, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Terrance Gray , New Orleans, Chicago
Stephen Curry is headed back to NBA All-Star weekend. “Stephen vs. Sabrina” will happen as part of All-Star Saturday Night in Indianapolis on Feb. 17. Curry, the NBA’s all-time 3-point king, will take on the reigning WNBA 3-point shootout queen and single-season record holder Ionescu. That topped Curry’s NBA 3-point contest best of 31. Curry will shoot from the NBA 3-point line with NBA basketballs, and Ionescu will shoot from the WNBA 3-point line with WNBA basketballs.
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Harry Connick Sr., a long-serving district attorney in New Orleans whose office gained national notoriety for prosecutorial overreach that eventually resulted in many reversed convictions, died on Thursday at his home in New Orleans. His death was announced by his son, the singer Harry Connick Jr., in a statement. The older Mr. Connick was a singer himself and became locally renowned for his nightclub performances in the French Quarter. But his national reputation as a district attorney was much darker, particularly after a 2011 dissent by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that blasted the Orleans Parish district attorney’s office, under his leadership, for singular incompetence and misconduct. Justice Ginsburg found that Mr. Connick’s subordinates systematically hid evidence that could aid the defense, in violation of the Constitution.
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He will be the first former Chargers player to return to the team as head coach. The Chargers are the fourth of eight teams to fill their head coach job, following New England, Las Vegas and Tennessee. Manuel may promote Sherrone Moore to replace Harbaugh after the offensive coordinator filled in for him during the final three games of the regular season. Herbert will be playing for his fourth head coach and possibly fourth offensive coordinator in five seasons. Harbaugh became a first-time head coach at the University of San Diego in 2004 and left after three seasons to start a four-year run at Stanford.
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Opinion | Early College Is the Equalizer We Need
  + stars: | 2023-11-21 | by ( John Mcwhorter | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +2 min
In New York City, for example, the Bard Early College branches in Manhattan and Queens are sterling examples. For example, the Bard Early College programs focus on giving this opportunity to underprivileged kids by encouraging them to apply. Eighty-six percent of Bard Early College students go on to get B.A.s within six years, as opposed to a national average of 63 percent of college students who graduate. However, early college programs should play a larger role in those conversations, given the high rates at which their students graduate from college. Also, early college students have to pay for only two years of college.
Persons: Bard Organizations: Bard Early, Bard Early College Locations: New York City, Manhattan, Queens, Newark , Cleveland , New, Hudson Valley , New Orleans, Baltimore, Washington
DENVER (AP) — The Denver Nuggets extended the contract of coach Michael Malone after he guided the franchise to its first NBA title, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Monday. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the team hadn’t announced the extension. Malone has gone 375-272 with the Nuggets, which included earning the best mark in the Western Conference last season. The Nuggets went 16-4 in their playoff run, culminating in winning the NBA crown in five games over the Miami Heat. Malone is the son of longtime NBA coach Brendan Malone, who died last month.
Persons: Michael Malone, hadn’t, Malone, Jamal Murray, Nikola Jokic, Jokic, Steve Kerr, Miami's Erik Spoelstra, Antonio's Gregg Popovich, Brendan Malone, LeBron James, ___ Organizations: DENVER, Denver Nuggets, NBA, Associated Press, Denver, Nuggets, Western Conference, Miami Heat, Golden State, Sacramento, Kings, Western, Detroit Pistons, Los Angeles Lakers Locations: New York, Cleveland , New Orleans
The NBA and Diamond Sports Group, the largest owner of regional sports networks, have reached an agreement that will keep local broadcasts for 15 teams on Bally Sports through the end of this season. The agreement, which was contained in a court filing made Monday, is subject to court approval. While there will be a reduction in rights payments for some teams, the local rights for 15 franchises will revert back to those teams and the league at the end of this season. The agreement provides stability for fans, networks and NBA teams after Major League Baseball had to take over the broadcasts of San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks games last season after agreements could not be reached. The NBA teams that are currently on Bally are: Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Indiana, LA Clippers, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minnesota, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Orlando and San Antonio.
Persons: Diamond, , ___ Organizations: NBA, Diamond Sports Group, Bally Sports, Diamond Sports, Southern District of, Major League Baseball, San Diego Padres, Arizona Diamondbacks, Bally, LA Clippers, National Hockey League, NHL, Comcast, YES Network, New York Yankees, Brooklyn Nets, Chicago Cubs ’ Marquee Network, MLB Locations: Southern District, Southern District of Texas, Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit , Indiana, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee , Minnesota, New Orleans , Oklahoma City, Orlando, San Antonio
Jokic scored 33 points and went 14 of 16 from the field as the Nuggets held off the Dallas Mavericks 125-114 on Friday night to open the NBA’s inaugural In-Season Tournament. This marked the first In-Season Tournament game for each team. “One of the coaches said, ‘Hey, man, we’re almost to Vegas,’” Malone cracked. “We've got to win a couple more games.”UP NEXTMavericks: Host Clippers on Nov. 10 in next In-season Tournament game. Nuggets: Host Clippers on Nov. 14 in next In-season Tournament game.
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CNN —The 2023-24 NBA season may only have gotten underway last week, but this year, teams won’t need to wait until the NBA Finals in June to have the chance of lifting some silverware. How to watchIn the US, 14 group games and all seven knockout-round games will be nationally televised on ESPN or TNT, while international viewers will be able to watch on NBA League Pass. FormatThe inaugural In-Season Tournament begins on November 3 and ends with the championship game on December 7 – and every game except the title game will count towards regular season standings. Will LeBron James add an In-Season Tournament trophy to his four NBA titles? The NBA will, of course, be hoping for similar success for the In-Season tournament.
Persons: LeBron James, Mark J, Terrill Organizations: CNN, NBA, ESPN, TNT, Western, Memphis Grizzlies, Phoenix Suns, LA Lakers, Utah Jazz, Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Nuggets, LA Clippers, New Orleans Pelicans, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Minnesota Timberwolves, Oklahoma City Thunder, San Antonio Spurs Eastern Conference, Philadelphia 76ers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Atlanta Hawks, Indiana Pacers, Detroit Pistons Group, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Bucks , New York Knicks, Miami Heat, Washington Wizards, Charlotte Hornets, Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls, Orlando Magic Every, Mobile, Disney Locations: Las Vegas, Sacramento, Milwaukee Bucks ,, Florida
DENVER (AP) — The 3-point shot of Dallas forward Grant Williams felt slightly off all morning in practice on the new, brightly painted Denver Nuggets court. It was a wrongly measured 3-point line. In the time between shootaround and the game between the Mavericks and Nuggets, the line was repainted to the right distance. Sometimes, imperfections happen so you've got to adjust.”The NBA 3-point line is 23 feet, 9 inches except from the corners where it's slightly shorter. As for the 3-point line, Sweeney said: "Hopefully it’s the correct one now.
Persons: Grant Williams, ” Williams, Williams, you've, Michael Malone, , Sean Sweeney, Jason Kidd, Sweeney Organizations: DENVER, Dallas, Denver Nuggets, Mavericks, Nuggets, NBA, Los Angeles Clippers Locations: Denver, shootaround, midcourt, High City, New Orleans, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas
The NBA's In-Season Tournament starts Friday, after years of planning by Commissioner Adam Silver to have a second trophy for teams to compete for during the season. All games on the schedule those nights are tournament games. There are six five-team groups; teams play the other four teams in their group once. There are 14 teams that will begin play Friday and 13 teams will get their first tournament games in on Nov. 10. Every game in the tournament counts as one of the 82 regular-season games that all teams will play this season.
Persons: Gregg Popovich, Victor Wembanyama, Popovich, , Adam Silver, He's, ” Popovich, , They've, they’ve, Jacque Vaughn, I’m, Walter Brown, FanDuel, ___ Organizations: Spurs, NBA, Orlando, Atlanta, Toronto, Detroit . East, Charlotte . East, Orlando . West, Los Angeles Lakers, Portland . West, Denver, Los Angeles Clippers, Houston . West, , Celtics, Boston Garden, Lakers, Golden State Locations: Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Atlanta , Indiana, Detroit, Milwaukee , New York, Miami, Washington, Charlotte, Boston, Brooklyn, Toronto, Chicago, Orlando, Memphis, Phoenix, Utah, Portland, New Orleans, Dallas, Houston, Sacramento, Golden State , Minnesota, Oklahoma City, San Antonio, ” Brooklyn, Milwaukee, Denver
The letters are informing more than 300,000 residents that some, if not all, of their medical debt will be forgiven. All told, the hospitals are wiping clean about $335 million in medical debt for nearly one-third of the city's population. The Columbus City Council first approved the plan on October 16 after months of research and planning. The plan was made together with the Central Ohio Hospital Council, which represents four major hospital systems in the region. Cook County, Illinois, New Orleans, Louisiana, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, have all implemented similar plans to provide medical debt relief.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Pro Tem Rob Dorans, Dorans, Jeff Klingler, Columbus, Klingler, Andrea Organizations: Rescue Plan, Morning, Columbus City Council, City, Pro Tem, Central Ohio Hospital Council, Associated Press, American Rescue, Ohio State University Locations: Columbus , Ohio, Columbus, New York, Ohio, Toledo, United States, Cook County , Illinois, New Orleans , Louisiana, Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, Franklin County
So before tip-off, here is everything you need to know ahead of the new NBA season. How to watchThe 78th NBA regular season will begin on Tuesday, October 24, running until Sunday, April 14, 2024. Games will be broadcast across TNT, ESPN, ABC, NBA TV and ESPN Radio in the US over the season, while NBA TV and NBA League Pass will broadcast games internationally. The dominant talking point of the NBA offseason was what color jersey Damian Lillard would be putting on this season. Holiday dribbles during the second half of the Celtics' preseason game against the New York Knicks.
Persons: There’s, Damian Lillard, Lillard, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Antetokounmpo, Adam Pantozzi, “ I’ve, I’ve, , Giannis, , Sarah Phipps, , Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Porziņģis, Joe Mazzulla, Maddie Meyer, , Joel Embiid, Nikola Jokić, Jamal Murray, Bruce Brown, Jeff Green, Bradley Beal, Devin Booker, Kevin Durant, Durant’s, didn’t, Beal, Frank Vogel, who’s, Larry O’Brien, Ja Morant, – Kawhi Leonard, Paul George –, Zion Williamson, Victor Wembanyama, Frenchman, Wembanyama, Gregg Popovich, LeBron James, Garrett Ellwood, Oklahoma City Thunder’s Chet Holmgren, Holmgren, Scoot Henderson –, Thompson, Ausar Organizations: CNN, National Basketball Association, NBA, TNT, ESPN, ABC, NBA TV, ESPN Radio, Portland Trail Blazers, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee, Trail Blazers, Boston Celtics, Lakers, Bucks, Milwaukee’s, Los Angeles Lakers, , Oklahoma City Thunder, Eastern Conference, Celtics, New York Knicks, Philadelphia 76ers, Denver Nuggets, Denver, Jokić, Nuggets, Memphis Grizzlies, Phoenix Suns, Los Angeles Clippers, Golden State Warriors, Minnesota Timberwolves, New Orleans Pelicans, Dallas Mavericks, Suns, Grizzlies, Clippers, Pelicans, Warriors, Timberwolves, Mavericks, San Antonio Spurs, Spurs ’, Heat, Oklahoma City, Thunder, Summer League, Spurs, Houston Rockets, Detroit Pistons Locations: Las Vegas, Oregon, Boston, East, Sacramento Kings, Alamo City
Baron Davis is a former NBA player who's making a name for himself off the court in the business world. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. When I saw the court he'd built in his backyard, it was just like, "I'm going to do this every day." From there, it was every day, all day, basketball, basketball, basketball. That's when I realized I needed to go and find great athletes doing dope stuff, that are doing great investments, creating incredible businesses, and branding themselves as entrepreneurs.
Persons: Baron Davis, who's, Davis, Yoonji Han, , it's, Los Angeles , Cleveland —, Clark Hodgin, Let's, Alec Castillo Organizations: NBA, Business, Service, UCLA, , Shutterstock Locations: Santa Monica, South Central, — New York , New Orleans, Charlotte, Los Angeles , Cleveland, San Francisco, Golden State
SINGAPORE — Sips in Barcelona, Spain is the best bar in the world, according to this year's ranking by the 50 Best organization. The World's 50 Best Bars were announced at an awards ceremony in Singapore on Tuesday evening — the first time the ceremony was held in Asia. The annual ranking is published by William Reed Business Media, a U.K.-based company that also publishes "The World's 50 Best Restaurants" list — and in a first, "The World's 50 Best Hotels," published in September. The 50 Best organization has published an annual ranking of "The World's 50 Best Bars" since 2009, with London and New York dominating the lists ever since. Courtesy of The World's 50 Best Bars
Persons: William Reed, Sips, Marc Álvarez, Frida Calho, Sydney –, Madrid, Rome Hanky, Kitten, Scotland Mimi Kakushi, Renato, Simone Caporale, Röda, Apoorva Kohli Organizations: Sips, Mexico City, William, William Reed Business Media, CNBC, South America, United Arab Emirates, Barcelona Connaught Bar, South America Himkok, Greece BKK Social, Salmon Guru, Hong, Buenos Aires Röda Huset, SG Club, Cambridge Public House, Sons, Africa Scarfes Bar, Milan Carnaval, Bar, Athens Atlas, American, Asia Locations: SINGAPORE, Barcelona, Spain, Singapore, Asia, New York, Mexico, U.K, London, Sips, Europe, North, South, Australia, Dubai, United Arab, South America, Oslo, Norway, Seoul, North America, Paradiso, Paris, Limantour, London Alquímico, Cartagena, Columbia, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Athens, Greece, Bangkok, Pony, Salmon, , New York, Hong Kong, Rome, Rome Hanky Panky, Melbourne, Trova, Miami Baba, Rum, Athens CoChinChina, Berlin, Stockholm, Tokyo, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Arab Emirates, Middle East, Milan, Lima, Peru L'Antiquario, Naples, Italy, Mexico City, Firenze, Florence, , New Orleans, Gleneagles, Auchterarder, Röda Huset, New Delhi, Alquímico
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