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Red Beans and Rice Mondays!

Red Beans and Rice Mondays!

  It’s wash day which means its time for Red Beans & Rice! Every Monday, you’re NEW KREWE will share your best Red Beans & Rice recipes! Plus, follow along as we will pass along the time honored tradition down to our young ones.  Join the conversation by sharing your best recipe HERE – we…More

Project Shine

Project Shine

It is often in the darkest skies that we see the brightest stars. Cumulus Media and VolunteerMatch bring you PROJECT SHINE. Today, you have the power to shine. To help our country find its way out of the darkness. Your good deeds can light up the sky and shine light into the world. In the…More

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

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Officials to give update Monday on shooting death of deputy constable

Officials continue to investigate the timeline surrounding the shooting death of a deputy constable in New Orleans Friday night.A press conference is planned for Monday at 11:45 a.m. to discuss the timeline of events leading to the fatal shooting, according to officials.Expected to speak at the presser includes NOPD Superintendent Shaun Ferguson, Tulane University Police…More

Tonight’s sunset is the last before 6 p.m. until November

Sunday is the last evening we will see a sunset before 6 p.m. in New Orleans until November!Tonight, the sun will set at 5:59 p.m. and on Monday, it will set at 6 p.m, according to the NOAA Solar Calculator.The next time we will have a sunset before 6 p.m. will be on Nov. 7.If…More

NOPD: Suspect shot deputy constable in New Orleans over mask argument

A deputy constable killed in New Orleans Friday night has been identified. According to Tulane University, Martinus Mitchum was identified as the fallen officer in a shooting during a basketball game at Carver High School.According to booking information on the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office website, John Shallerhorn was arrested for armed robbery and first degree…More

Agency: Don’t put crawfish boil, shells, down storm drain

As crawfish season begins, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality is reminding people not to commit crawfish pollution. Its February newsletter advises not to put crawfish shells or boil water down storm drains, into ditches, or anywhere they could get into bodies of water. The department and the Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program say that can…More

COVID-19 in Louisiana: Tracking cases, deaths and latest restrictions

Here you can get the latest information on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Louisiana and resources to be prepared and keep your family safe.Here are the latest Louisiana coronavirus numbers: LDH has discontinued the daily update on Saturdays. Here are today’s numbers: 430,100 cases.369,948 of total cases are confirmed cases, 60,152 are probable cases.1,502 new…More

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Taylor Swift won’t reschedule postponed ‘Lover Fest’ shows

Taylor Swift won’t reschedule postponed ‘Lover Fest’ shows

Taylor Swift won’t reschedule “Lover Fest” shows that were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The star took to social media on Friday to announce the move, which affects shows postponed in 2020 until 2021. Last April, Swift canceled all live appearances and performances for the rest of the year in what she said was…More

Golden Globes 2021: How to watch and what to expect

Golden Globes 2021: How to watch and what to expect

The Golden Globes will unofficially kickoff Hollywood’s award season on Sunday, but the event will look a little different this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. While the nominees will all be remote, you will see two familiar faces on stage. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are teaming up again to host the Globes for…More

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