Zak & Renee
Weekday mornings 6-10 AM.
Top 3 Things You Like To Do In Your Free Time:
1. Play my PS3. usually sports games, to be honest all sports games, lol.
2. Hangout with my kids and wife
3. Watch a lot of sporting events
Top 3 Fave Foods:
1. Chipotle Burritos
2. Liver and Onions
3 Places You'd Like To Visit:
1. The New England area
3. Cooperstown, NY. Home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Top 3 Fave TV Shows:
1. Duck Dynasty
2. Person of Interest
This is one of the coolest Christmas ideas. This made me tear up little bit. Awesome, tis the season. I hope this makes your day a little brighter.
BEST COUNTRY SOLO PERFORMANCE
Lee Brice - "I Drive Your Truck"
Hunter Hayes - "I Want Crazy"
Miranda Lambert - "Mama's Broken Heart"
Darius Rucker - "Wagon Wheel"
Blake Shelton - "Mine Would Be You"
BEST COUNTRY DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE
Civil Wars - "From This Valley"
Kelly Clarkson f/ Vince Gill - "Don't Rush"
Little Big Town - "Your Side of the Bed"
Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift & Keith Urban - "Highway Don't Care"
Kenny Rogers With Dolly Parton - "You Can't Make Old Friends"
BEST COUNTRY SONG
(award goes to songwriters; artist name in parentheses)
"Begin Again" - Taylor Swift (Taylor Swift)
"I Drive Your Truck" - Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington & Jimmy Yeary (Lee Brice)
"Mama's Broken Heart" - Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally & Kacey Musgraves (Miranda Lambert)
"Merry Go 'Round" - Shane McAnally, Kacey Musgraves & Josh Osborne (Kacey Musgraves)
"Mine Would Be You" - Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington & Deric Ruttan (Blake Shelton)
BEST COUNTRY ALBUM
Jason Aldean - Night Train
Tim McGraw - Two Lanes of Freedom
Kacey Musgraves - Same Trailer Different Park
Blake Shelton - Based on a True Story
Taylor Swift - Red
BEST NEW ARTIST
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
We all know fast food's bad for you. But here are five ways that it's seriously messing with your BRAIN . . .
1. The golden arches are designed to make you hungry. The combination of bright red and yellow somehow jumpstarts your metabolism. So you automatically get hungry when you see a McDonald's sign.
2. When you eat fast food, you have to keep eating it . . . or you'll get depressed. Studies found that eating a high-fat, high-sugar diet changes the chemical activity in your brain. And if you stop, you'll get anxious and sad.
3. Fast food can be as addictive as drugs. There are tons of studies about how eating fatty, sugar-filled foods can lead to compulsive behavior and stimulate your brain the way hard drugs do. The studies are usually on rats and mice, but still.
4. Fast food makes it harder to appreciate beauty. Researchers claim that just SEEING fast food logos can limit your ability to appreciate art and music. Because now you're more restless, and geared toward instant gratification.
5. You can't make good financial choices. Researchers interviewed people about money, and the people who were standing near a fast food restaurant during the interview made the worst decisions.
Somebody recreated the classic shopping mall car chase scene from "The Blues Brothers" with LEGOS. And it's crazy how faithful it is
Ron does actually pretty well, enjoy. His co-anchor tries not to lose it.
Lorde: Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor
George Michael: Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou
Stevie Wonder: Stevland Hardaway Judkins
Nicki Minaj: Onika Tanya Maraj
Bruno Mars: Peter Gene Bayot Hernandez
Demi Moore: Demetria Gene Guynes
Pat Benatar: Patricia Mae Andrzejewski
Michael Caine: Maurice Joseph Micklewhite
Alicia Keys: Alicia Augello Cook
Tina Fey: Elizabeth Stamatina Fey
Jamie Foxx: Eric Marlon Bishop
Olivia Wilde: Olivia Jane Cockburn
Helen Mirren: Ilyena Vasilievna Mironoff
Ben Kingsley: Krishna Pandit Bhanji
Buzzfeed.com reminds us some inevitable, and crappy, things about Thanksgiving ...
Every now and then, we hear about a strange college course related to pop music or a particular artist . . . that seems so ridiculous that's it's hard to believe it's real.
Where you can guess which courses are REAL, and which ones are totally made up. Here we go:
"Bruce Springsteen's Theology" . . . Real
"Papa Don't Preach: An Anthology of the Political Teachings of Madonna" . . . Fake
"Is It Important: The Absurd Popularity of Radiohead" . . . Fake
"Being a Belieber: The Bandwagon in the Cult of Social Media" . . . Fake
"GaGa for Gaga: Sex, Gender, and Identity" . . . Real
"The Sociology of Hip-Hop: The Urban Theodicy of Jay-Z" . . . Real
"Sex, STDs, and the Pathology of Tommy Lee" . . . Fake
"Rihanna: A Feminist Critique" . . . Fake
"Commercialism, Over-commercialism, and Gene Simmons" . . . Fake
"The Beatles, Popular Music and Society" . . . Real
"Learning from YouTube" . . . Real
"YouTube Commenters: Racism and Bigotry in Anonymity" . . . Fake
"Master of Arts in Popular Culture" . . . Real
"Artlessness, Through the Lens of Yoko Ono" . . . Fake
"Milli Vanilli and the Art of the Ruse in the Public Space" . . . Fake
"Hip Hop: The Politics of Culture" . . . Real
"The Textual Appeal of Tupac Shakur" . . . Real
"Law 101: The Fundamentals of Ethics and the Legal System, as Told Through the Arrests of DMX" . . . Fake