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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

Crescent City Sports x NASH Icon 106.1: Official Home of New Orleans Athletics

Crescent City Sports x NASH Icon 106.1: Official Home of New Orleans Athletics

NASH Icon 106.1 is now the place for New Orleans High School Sports courtesy of Crescent City Sports. We are also the official home of New Orleans Athletics. See below for replays of your favorite high school sports game commentary and UNO game commentary.   For more information on UNO game schedules, visit unoprivateers.com  …More

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Legendary Saints kicker Tom Dempsey dies after COVID-19 battle

Legendary Saints kicker Tom Dempsey died Saturday evening after battling COVID-19.Dempsey was 73 years old.A resident of Lambeth House in uptown New Orleans, Dempsey contracted the coronavirus in March. More than 40 residents at the nursing home have been diagnosed with the disease. In an interview with WDSU, Dempsey’s daughter Ashley told sports anchor Fletcher…More

Local rap artist P-Town-Moe recounts testing positive for COVID19

NEW ORLEANS- Local rap artist P-Town-Moe began raising awareness about the effects of COVID19, after testing positive for the virus.P-Town-Moe said his journey began a little more than a week ago, after experiencing a fever and shortness of breath.Moe said he was quarantined for days, before his symptoms got worse.Now out of the hospital, the…More

New Orleans Convention Center to open to COVID19 positive patients Monday morning

NEW ORLEANS – Health Officials gave a tour Saturday morning of the new Medical Monitoring Station inside the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. It was put in place for COVID19 positive patients transferred from local hospitals.”This is going to allow our hospitals to do what they do best. That’s take care of our critically ill…More

Check out this list of area churches with livestreams amid COVID-19 closures

Most churches across Louisiana will be empty this weekend because of restrictions against large groups in one place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.Church and other large religious gatherings are among the many activities that have been impacted by the restrictions imposed during the coronavirus outbreak.While churches are closing their doors for typical services, the…More

Saints LB Demario Davis donates to Hospitality Cares Pandemic Response Fund

Linebacker Demario Davis has been one of the leaders for the New Orleans Saints defense the last two years, and now he is leading the charge off the field for something much bigger.Davis is committed to helping the hospitality industry in Southeast Louisiana during the coronavirus pandemic.He is working with United Way of Southeast Louisiana…More

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Everything You Need to Know About “ACM Presents: Our Country” TV Special on April 5

Everything You Need to Know About “ACM Presents: Our Country” TV Special on April 5

From times and tributes to performers and pre-show, here’s everything a country music fan needs to know about the ACM Presents: Our Country TV special. Date: Sunday, April 5 Time: 8–10 p.m. ET/PT Television Station: CBS Stream: CBS All Access Host: Gayle King Location: Stars will perform from their homes. Performers: Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Kane…More

Miranda Lambert Announces Rescheduled Dates on “Wildcard Tour”

Miranda Lambert Announces Rescheduled Dates on “Wildcard Tour”

Miranda Lambert revealed rescheduled dates for her Wildcard Tour, which will now resume in October. Originally scheduled dates in April and May have been rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Miranda’s tour will recommence on Oct. 8 in Spokane, Wash., with special guests Cody Johnson and Lanco. Tickets purchased for the original tour dates will…More

CMT Awards Rescheduled for Oct. 14

CMT Awards Rescheduled for Oct. 14

The 2020 CMT Music Awards—originally slated for June 3—will now take place on October 14. CMT released a statement on April 3: “Our top priority this last month has been rebuilding our hometown of Nashville following the tornado and ensuring the safety of our fans, employees, artists and partners during the COVID-19 crisis. As we look…More

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