Watch every guest, performance and unforgettable moment from the epic Howard Stern Birthday Bash.
I haven’t listened to the Stern show in a few years, and this is a reminder of the energy and passion that could make it the best entertainment bar none.
tmrw night:! bit.ly/nycsummershow
Hey, cool New York and New York-adjacent types! Go see Mal Blum tomorrow. Look - it even starts at 6:30 so you’ll still get home in time to get plenty of rest.
definitely. where? i’m definitely hoping to tour west coast in the winter, new york sucked last winter
I’ll come see you in San Diego. I’ll be the 40-year-old guy in the back. You know, the awkward one.
I’m gonna use this. A lot.
Mal Blum is delightful. Get some of her music right now.
Essex, California, USA
Cadiz Ranch in Essex, California is located in the middle of the Mojave Desert. The organic farm grows lemons, table grapes (dried and turned into raisins) and squash on more than 300 acres of irrigated desert. This is made possible by seven wells that pump 2,000 gallons of water per minute at all times from an underground aquifer - a layer of water-bearing permeable rock from which water can be extracted.
Dailyoverview’s crop (pun!) is beautiful, but look at what you see when you zoom out so the ranch is just the little green rectangle in the lower-right.
Trains. Trains in the day are nice but trains in the darkness are another kind of creature. It is a form of tripping to stand on the railroad tracks beside a slaughterhouse in the darkness. To wait in the pitch-blackness with your eyes closed for as long as you can stand as the roaring gets closer and crashes all around you. The groaning vibrations and the metal screeches and the bell going ting, ting, ting.
To stay on the tracks with your eyes closed after the twisting bright headlight hits your face, turning the insides of your eyelids white, it will be any second, any second, the mighty engine blasting and its shocking sharp ray of blinding light and then the whistle screaming and you jump, flying to the side, rolling in the stickery weeds and laying flat while the black wind rushes over you. This is what I used to do in the good old days.
"Hey," said Juile. "Want to know what’s on Nightmare Theater tonight?” She was sitting on the couch eating a second bowl of cereal. I was in the mother’s chair smoking one of Vicky Talluso’s cigarettes and holding the USN lighter, running my thumbnail across the engraving.
I was wearing Vicky Talluso’s hat, and I will admit, some of her makeup. And I had looked through her wallet. And I knew what her address was. And I knew what her phone number was. And the Turtle’s stash box was still there. And I was blowing smoke rings and wondering what to do about all of it.
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has been observing the V838 Mon light echo since 2002. Each new observation of the light echo reveals a new and unique “thin-section” through the interstellar dust around the star. This video morphs images of the light echo from the Hubble taken at multiple times between 2002 and 2006. The numerous whorls and eddies in the interstellar dust are particularly noticeable. Possibly they have been produced by the effects of magnetic fields in the space between the stars.
Watch it in full-screen HD on YouTube!