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.”
Seattle has announced an emergency closure of the high-rise West Seattle Bridge “until further notice,” starting at 7pm tonight.
The 55th Academy of Country Music Awards will be held Wednesday, Sept. 16, airing live on CBS and CBS All Access, where it will also be available on demand. Venue and performers will be announced soon. As previously announced, Keith Urban will host.
Country Legend Kenny Rogers passed away on Friday night at the age of 81. His family says he passed away peacefully at home from natural causes under the care of hospice and surrounded by his family.
Your favorite country stars are practicing social distancing and staying home but they still want to perform for you, so instead of the ACM Awards, ACM is presenting “OUR COUNTRY” featuring at-home acoustic performances and more.
Redmond Cupcake Shop PinkaBella was on the brink of financial trouble with owner Margo Enberg worried the Coronavirus outbreak would drive her out of business. But she’s doing okay for now, because so many people are buying cupcakes to send to our nurses, teachers, and first responders! Fitz talked about it this morning on “The Good Stuff”!
Last week, the Woodland Park Zoo welcomed a new baby gorilla into the world for the first time since 2015. Unfortunely, it will be a little while until we can…
The NCAA has canceled both the Division I Men’s and Women’s 2020 basketball tournaments, also known as March Madness. Officials say it’s based on the “evolving” situation surrounding the COVID-19 public health threat.
Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer have both made major announcements about their seasons in the wake of the coronavirus situation.