Half marathon recap

I was hoping to beat my personal best of 2:08 at the Rock n Roll half marathon yesterday. That didn’t happen. And it really wasn’t close.

Photos: “Saints on 6” behind the scenes

Former Saints Jabari Greer and Will Smith were part of our in-studio coverage. Fletcher Mackel, Sharief Ishaq and former Saints head coach Jim Mora were in Chicago.

News teams assemble and compete to “Save the Coast”

A call was put out for for local media members to get together at the Pelicans facility on Airline Drive to compete for Coast-saving supremacy.

Social Media Boot Camp with Southern Miss student-athletes

In the news tonight… SHARKNADO!

‘Sharknado 2: The Second One’ premiered Wednesday night and once again took social media by storm (no pun intended).

This is what happens when you take a picture on the air during a newscast

Former LSU basketball coach Dale Brown’s story of stroke and survival

I emceed the American Heart Association’s annual gala Saturday night. Former LSU basketball coach Dale Brown was the featured speaker and he spoke from the heart… literally.

Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson

It’s a strange day in the WDSU newsroom. Norman Robinson is retiring after 36 years in New Orleans and 24 years at WDSU.

Social Media Boot Camp at Brother Martin High School

I recently spoke to the senior class about the benefits and pitfalls of social media.

WDSU staffers model Anthony Davis’ unibrow

The New Orleans Pelicans launched the campaign to support All-Star forward Anthony Davis in his bid for Most Improved Player.

Uptown parades: Okeanos, Mid-City and Thoth

Uptown Parades: Iris and Tucks

WDSU debuts in-house fitness center

An old tape room was converted to a gym and it was all done so quietly. It’s hard to keep a secret inside a TV station, but no one knew. A nice Friday surprise! More equipment is coming soon.

Fishing in Shell Beach

Nice way to kick off a vacation, but I can’t do too many of those 4 a.m. wake-up calls. We caught 87 fish today (I reeled in 10… I think).

Panoramic picture from my seat in the Superdome