Real. Fun. Mornings! With The Bert Show

Real. Fun. Mornings! With The Bert Show

Welcome to the Bert Show. Let’s start with 100% honesty. If you’re new to our fam than you have to know a few things. Every person on this show suffers from TMI syndrome. There’s probably about 10% of our personal lives that’s totally off limits. It’s kind of reality radio but our number one goal…More

Cumulus Cares | COVID-19 Open for Business Directory

Cumulus Cares | COVID-19 Open for Business Directory

We know, now more than ever, that you need to get your message out.  If you own a small business, work in a restaurant or know someone who needs our help….WE ARE HERE FOR YOU. Send us your information and we can help you share your story.  It’s a small way we can give back…More


400K Entergy, Cleco customers remain without power as Zeta restoration effort continues

Around 400,000 people are without power across southeast Louisiana as restoration efforts continue 24 hours after Hurricane Zeta made landfall. As of Thursday evening, over 173,000 Entergy customers are without power in Jefferson Parish. More than 125,000 customers are without power in Orleans Parish. Lafourche Parish has more than 12,000 without power. St. Charles Parish…More

Entergy: Hardest hit areas may not have power restored for up to 10 days

The City of New Orleans along with Entergy held a news conference Thursday to provide an update on power outages in the city. More than 126,000 people are without power in New Orleans after Hurricane Zeta moved through the area. At the peak of the outages more than 176,000 people had lost power. According to…More

Zeta Impacts: Schools announce closures due to power outages from Zeta

Hurricane Zeta caused widespread power outages in southeast Louisiana Wednesday, prompting school closures for Friday. Below is a list of schools that have announced closures. Catholic schools: Lafourche Parish: Due to widespread power outages across the district, all schools and offices of the Lafourche Parish School Board will remain closed tomorrow, Friday, October 30, 2020.…More

USPS: Mail-in ballots ‘secure and safe’ following Hurricane Zeta

The United States Postal Service is ensuring voters in areas hit by Hurricane Zeta that their mail-in ballots are “secure and safe.”USPS issued the following statement, saying the postal service has contingency plans in place for natural disasters: “The Postal Service wants to assure customers that their mail, including mail-in ballots, is secure and safe.…More

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Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost are married

Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost are married

Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost are officially married. The actress and “SNL” star tied the knot over the weekend “in an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and loved ones,” according to a post from Meals on Wheels, which broke the news, saying it was the couple’s “wedding wish” to call attention to the charity.…More

Why ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ almost didn’t address the pandemic

Roughly 15 minutes into her first meeting with the “Grey’s Anatomy” writers about the new season, showrunner Krista Vernoff said she knew there was no turning their back on Covid-19. Speaking during Variety’s Power of Women virtual event, Vernoff said she had seriously considered opting out of pandemic storylines to preserve the sense of “escapism”…More

Harry Styles sounds like an ideal housesitter

Harry Styles sounds like an ideal housesitter

Only in 2020 would your favorite musician hang out at your house but you’re not there to experience it. That’s what reportedly happened to Theadora, a self-proclaimed Harry Styles fan who recently shared on Instagram that she missed an opportunity to meet the musician when his car broke down outside her home. Theadora said in…More

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