Angela Hill leaving WWL Radio; 'Scoot' to take over afternoon show

Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON--Former WWL-TV anchor Angela Hill speaks in WWL Radio host Garland Robinette's studio after it was reveled that she will soon have a show on the radio network at WWL Radio studios in New Orleans, La. Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Robinette and Hill also worked together at WWL-TV and were married for 9 years.

. Angela Hill, who retired in 2013 as a news anchorwoman at WWL-TV, is leaving WWL Radio, the station announced Friday afternoon. 'Scoot' will replace Hill in the 1-4 p.m. weekday time slot. “It’s been an amazing experience, one I will always cherish, but it’s time to do other things," Hill said in a news… Continue reading →



Video: Triumph Kitchen moves to a new home

Advocate photo by KEVIN MCQUARN -- Chris Wadsworth, founder of Triumph Kitchen, teaches students to prepare fish lunches at Modern Meals located at 2921 Government St .

Chris Wadsworth, founder of the educational venue Triumph Kitchen, talks about the school's move to its new home in Modern Meals located at 2921 Government St. Wadsworth also discusses the success of his students and how his past pushed him to found the… Continue reading →


Entertainment & Calendars

Am/Fm to open Live After Five in fall

Photo provided by Facebook-- Am/Fm

The Gonzales cover band Am/Fm will open the Live After Five fall concert series Friday, Sept. 4, at North Boulevard Town Square. The series, hosted by the Downtown Business Association, offers free concerts from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. each… Continue reading →

Video Games

Review: Batman takes epic final flight in ‘Arkham Knight’

Photo provided by Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. --  In the new video game, 'Batman: Arkham Knight,' Scarecrow has returned on Halloween night to threaten Gotham with a citywide chemical attack.

Rocksteady Studios proved with 2009’s “Batman: Arkham Asylum” that a video game inspired by superhero mythology could be an impeccably cerebral affair, not just another name association money grab. The company affirmed that with the 2011 follow-up, “Batman: Arkham City,”… Continue reading →