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Happy 504 Day!

Happy 504 Day!

May 4th we are celebrating the rich heritage of the great city of New Orleans, LA. From the food, music, festivals to the unique culture of the city, we can all agree there is NO PLACE like NOLA, baby! KMEZ 102.9 salutes New Orleans by giving you exclusive interviews with some of your favorite artists…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

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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Meteorologist Art Jarrett Joins WDSU News This Morning

WDSU-TV announced today that Meteorologist Art Jarrett will join Randi Rousseau and Chad Sabadie on WDSU News This Morning, weekday mornings from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.Jarrett joins WDSU-TV from KSBW and Central Coast ABC, the Hearst-owned NBC/ABC duopoly in the Monterey-Salinas, California market, where he started on weekends in 2010 and moved into the…More

Second lines return to New Orleans; dancers and performers resume Sunday tradition

In New Orleans, the road to recovery isn’t just for driving.Thousands of people filled the streets Sunday afternoon for the first city-permitted second line since before the COVID-19 pandemic. Dancers, performers and onlookers shuffled from Lasalle Street to Jackson Avenue, marking more than a month since Mayor LaToya Cantrell eased virus-related restrictions on dancing and…More

Former LSU sprinter Michael Cherry secures ticket to Tokyo Olympics

Former LSU sprinter Michael Cherry earned a spot on Team USA’s Olympic squad in the 400 meters on Sunday evening at Hayward Field. This will be Cherry’s Olympic debut when he suits up for the United States later this summer in Tokyo.Cherry had to run a personal best of 44.35 in the 400 meters on…More

WDSU Hot Seat: Are the New Orleans Pelicans dysfunctional?

New Orleans Pelicans basketball operations chief David Griffin paused several seconds to compose himself while explaining why Stan Van Gundy is out as coach less than nine months after he was hired to develop a young roster featuring budding superstar Zion Williamson.“This was something that was very, very difficult,” Griffin said, adding that the need…More

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