The ACM’s may have been postponed until September, but tonight (Sunday) the Academy of Country Music Awards presents a series of at-home, personal acoustic performances and intimate conversations with Country Music’s biggest stars. The special will be broadcast Sunday, April 5 at 8pm Pacific on CBS and CBS All Access.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, which has donated more than 130 million (yes 130 million!) books to kids around the world, is excited to present Dolly Parton’s new, free, weekly read-aloud video series called “Goodnight with Dolly.”
Are you (or the kids) bored after days stuck inside? Piece County Libraries have a huge amount of resources available online from ebooks to magazines to genealogy!
Seattle area restaurants are stepping up to help make sure that the people most affected by the Coronavirus don’t have to worry about food during this difficult time.
Joe Diffie, a member of the Grand Ole Opry, passed away today at the age of 61 from complications of COVID-19. He was diagnosed with coronavirus this past week.
Garth Brooks has plenty of awards and prizes on his mantle, but none quite like this: Garth has been honored with the nation’s Library of Congress Prize for Popular Song, also known as the Gershwin Prize. You can watch the ceremony tonight at 9 pm on KCTS Channel 9 as it is PBS stations broadcasting the show called Garth Brooks: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.
Pacific Medical Centers (PacMed) is offering testing for COVID-19 to registered patients who qualify based on testing criteria and call ahead for screening.
Blake Shelton promised fans that he would be growing out the mullet once again! When Blake first appeared on the scene he rocked his mullet! You can see his original…
Last week told you that because of COVID-19 the Academy of Country Music Awards set for April 5th would not be held as an “Award Show” but instead as a series of at-home, personal acoustic performances and intimate conversations with Country Music’s biggest stars, along with clips from the Academy’s 55-year history. Well, now we know who is going to perform!
NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly spent nearly a year on the International Space Station so he knows a thing or two about having to stay inside for long periods of time. Meanwhile NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, who broke the record for cumulative total days spent in space, says being in isolation is “actually very doable.”