The first beach front resort with a private airport in the U.S., and the largest beach bar in the Texas Gulf Coast , are both coming soon to Galveston County, according to Bolivar Investment Group. Dubbed "The Peninsula Beach Resort," the 110-acre, multi-phase development will be located in Crystal Beach, Texas on the Bolivar Peninsula , located nearly 100 miles from downtown Houston. The first and second phase of the ambitious project by the Bolivar Investment Group—which has completed numerous developments in Houston, Beaumont, and the Bolivar Peninsula—will include the construction of the 41,000-square-foot The Zoo Beach Bar & Grill. The commercial real estate development company claims The Zoo will be the largest beach front ice house/sports bar and grill in the Texas Gulf Coast. Named for one of the Bolivar Peninsula's most popular beaches, the entertainment, restaurant and bar concept's features include indoor and outdoor dining and entertainment areas with big … [Read more...] about Huge beach resort with a private airport in the works for Galveston
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Your next job interview could be judged by AI. Here’s how to prepare.
You may know that artificial intelligence may scan your résumé when you apply for a job. But are you prepared to have an interview assessed by AI? Some employers are using AI to assess video interviews candidates do on their own time without a human on the other side. Depending on the software, the AI can evaluate a candidate's communication skills, problem-solving skills, initiative, professionalism and attitude. And ultimately, the AI screening could eliminate you before you ever speak to a human. Here's how these AI interviews typically work: Candidates are presented questions, either in text or from a recording created by the employer or software company, one at a time. The system records their video responses, often giving them a time limit, usually from one to a few minutes. Some employers allow candidates to rerecord some answers. When the interview is submitted, the AI takes over, analyzing the video for specific skills or traits and providing scores and insights to … [Read more...] about Your next job interview could be judged by AI. Here’s how to prepare.
Free Sherman Oaks Program To Help Families Through LAUSD Shutdown
0 Community Corner A number of county and city programs are being activated to help families with childcare, homework help and meals during the LAUSD strike. Paige Austin , Patch Staff Posted Reply LOS ANGELES, CA — Families struggling to find childcare this week during the massive 3-day LAUSD strike shutting down school for more than 420,000 students can turn to the Los Angeles County and city parks programs for some free options including at the Van Nuys Sherman Oaks Recreation Center in Sherman Oaks. Many Los Angeles families were caught off guard by the strike, which was officially announced Monday. For children to take advantage of many of the free educational events at the LA Zoo and The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in Exposition Park and La Brea Tar Pits, a guardian needs to attend with the children - that has made the opportunities inaccessible to many working families. Tuesday's torrential downpours, … [Read more...] about Free Sherman Oaks Program To Help Families Through LAUSD Shutdown
Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman has missed an alarmingly high percentage of roll-call votes due to illness
close Video A chief of staff, who was not elected, can’t replace John Fetterman: Sean Duffy Sean Duffy: If my chief of staff ever did what Fetterman did, he’d be fired. Democratic Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman has missed nearly 83% of Senate roll call votes since checking himself into a hospital to receive treatment for clinical depression last month. According to government watchdog GovTrack , Fetterman has missed 53 of the 64 Senate roll call votes held during February and March. His average falls well beyond the lifetime record for missed votes for all current senators, which stands at 2.3%. Wednesday will mark six weeks since Fetterman first checked into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on the night of February 15, and there is still no clear indication as to when he might return to work. His office has provided periodic updates, including that he is making progress towards his recovery, as well as that he has been able … [Read more...] about Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman has missed an alarmingly high percentage of roll-call votes due to illness
CA Program To Fix Mobile Home Parks Approved 1 Application In 10 Years
0 Politics & Government A program to help mobile home park residents, with $33.5 million in the bank, got a huge revamp last year because nobody was using it. CalMatters , News Partner Posted Reply By Manuela Tobias, CalMatters CALIFORNIA — Mobile home residents in California face an outsize risk of failing utility systems, flooding and fires as a result of infrastructure that frequently hasn’t been updated or repaired in decades. In 1984, California passed a law to help remedy this: a loan program, paid into by the residents themselves, to buy and in later iterations, fix their parks. But that solution, for the last 10 years, has helped only one of California’s 4,500 mobile home parks. State administrators approved a single loan application, in 2021, from a fund now worth $33.5 million, the state’s Housing and Community Development Department confirmed to CalMatters. The loan went to a non-profit organization … [Read more...] about CA Program To Fix Mobile Home Parks Approved 1 Application In 10 Years
‘Black Panther’ Brings Hope, Hype and Pride
“I suppose neither of us is used to the spotlight,” a dapper T’Challa, the prince of Wakanda, says upon meeting Natasha Romanova, a.k.a. the Black Widow, in “Captain America: Civil War.” A few scenes later, a recently orphaned and vengeful T’Challa, swapping his bespoke blue suit for a full-body bulletproof one, reappears as a new Marvel movie superhero. The prince will have to live with the attention: Even before its Feb. 16 release, “ Black Panther ” smashed box-office records , beating out “Captain America: Civil War” on first-day advance ticket sales and surpassing “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” to become Fandango’s top-selling superhero movie in history. Perhaps even more impressive, the film is also outpacing its cinematic counterparts in cultural reach. “I’ve been waiting all of my life for ‘Black Panther,’” said DJ BenHaMeen, host of FanBrosShow , a weekly podcast on “urban geek” culture. “That said, I know where I was, the exact street in Houston and the exact … [Read more...] about ‘Black Panther’ Brings Hope, Hype and Pride