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CONTEST: Win JAZZ FEST Tickets in #TixFixThursday

CONTEST: Win JAZZ FEST Tickets in #TixFixThursday

It’s another Tix Fix Thursday on ALT 92.3! Every hour from 10am to 6pm we’ll hook up a caller with a pair of single day tickets to NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL, good for any day of the fest! Just listen for your cue and be caller #9 to 504.260.9292More

CONTEST: Listen to win with $4K A Day

CONTEST: Listen to win with $4K A Day

Win money every weekday starting March 25th! Each weekday, we’re joining with Cumulus Radio stations across the country to give you four chances to win $1000. Listen Monday through Friday at 8AM, 11AM, 2PM, and 5PM for the National Keyword, text it to 95819 and you could win $1000! What can you do with the money?? Whatever you want! Take…More

LISTEN: Ashley O interviews Mumford and Sons

LISTEN: Ashley O interviews Mumford and Sons

9.28.18 – Ashley O chats with Marcus and Winston of Mumford and Sons about their new single, “Guiding Light” and upcoming album Delta, costumes for their upcoming Voodoo performance, renaming Babycakes Stadium for them, and more…  More

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WATCH: St. John officer proposes during badge-pinning ceremony

Double congratulations are in order for a St. John officer. Deputy Roberson Thelemaque Sr. graduated a Peace Officer Standards and Train program in Thibodaux Monday. In front of fellow POST cadets and a big crowd that filled the Moses Community Center for the badge-pinning ceremony, Thelemaque got down on one knee to propose to his…More

New Orleans student accepted into 115 colleges

A New Orleans student has been accepted into 115 colleges, and the mail man is still delivering letters. Antoinette Love, a senior at the International High School of New Orleans, has been offered a total of $3,775,230 in scholarships more than any other college bound senior in the country so far this year, according to…More

Krewe of Caesar parade quits rolling after 40 years

Jefferson Parish’s largest Carnival Krewe will no longer roll. The Krewe of Caesar announced Wednesday that the krewe’s parade and their ball will no longer take place during Carnival. The krewe will remain as a social club. “The residents of Jefferson Parish have enjoyed the Krewe of Caesar for 40 years and we are disappointed…More

On this day in history: Liberty Place monument removed in middle of night

Two years ago today, the first Confederate-area monument was removed in New Orleans. In the middle of the night, crews began taking down the monument. Several police officers and barricades surrounded the Battle of Liberty Place monument just before 2 a.m. on April 24. At least two dozen special operations officers made their way to…More

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