Monday, February 10, 2020

Ride along with this passenger who over the weekend was flying on board this Boeing 737 that made an emergency landing with 94 souls aboard. See for yourself in today's "Video of The Day"

Playlist for Monday, February 10, 2019

5a Hour

  • Check Yo Self - Ice Cube
  • Sabatoge - Beastie Boys
  • Beer Never Broke My Heart - Luke Combs
  • Midnight City - M83
  • Loose Yourself - Eminem
  • Just Can't Get Enough - Depeche Mode
  • Gimmie Some Water - Eddie Money
  • Beautiful People - Ed Sheeran/Khalid
  • Everything Zen - Bush
  • Gin & Juice - Snoop Dogg

6a Hour

  • Barefoot Blue Jean Night - Jake Owen
  • Been Caught Stealing - Jane's Addiction
  • Some Kind Of Lover - Jody Whatley
  • Authority Song - John Mellencamp
  • Sideways - Dierks Bentley
  • Sick of You - Cake
  • Pink Houses - John Mellncamp
  • Sunrise - Simply Red
  • The Box - Roddy Rich
  • The Boys Are Back In Town - Thin Lizzy

7a Hour

  • Midnight Maniac - Krokus
  • Love Stinks - J. Giles Band
  • Love Walks In - Van Halen
  • You're In Love - Ratt
  • Going Back To Cali - Notorious B.I.G.
  • Think - Aretha Franklin
  • Man On The Silver Mountain - Rainbow
  • Bangarang - Skrillex
  • Cheap Sunglasses - ZZ Top

8a Hour

  • Modern Love - David Bowie
  • All About You - Joe Stone, Mull
  • Black Hole Sun - Death Cab For Cutie
  • Groove Is In The Heart - Deee-Lite

Sunday’s 92nd annual Academy Awards caps a truncated awards season that saw everything from a South Korean family thriller, to a 1960s Hollywood sendup, to a three-hour gangster epic land best picture nominations. Sam Mendes’ “1917” enters the night having won nearly every major precursor award, but experts aren’t ruling out a Best Picture upset from the likes of “Parasite” or “Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood.” Joaquin Phoenix (“Joker”), Renée Zellweger (“Judy”), Brad Pitt (“Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood”), and Laura Dern (“Marriage Story”) are all favorites in the acting categories. The show is without a host for the second straight year, but Hollywood personalities including Tom Hanks, Maya Rudolph, and Spike Lee are set to trade off presenting duties. ABC's Jason Nathanson was there and joins Tony with the ups and downs from Hollywood’s biggest night.

After confiscating portable video games from students for decades, some educators have changed their philosophy: if you can't beat ‘em, join ‘em. Increasingly, public school districts are encouraging student participation in video gaming as a means of enhancing mental dexterity and hand/eye coordination and as a legitimate career choice. Now they’re getting plenty of help from the North American Scholastic E-Sports Federation. Could three local schools be at the forefront of this movement? ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony with look.

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