To Be Takei

August 18, 2014

Most people know George Takei as Lt. Sulu, “Star Trek’s” even-tempered helmsman. But before and after the iconic series and subsequent films, the actor’s been at the center of seminal moments of American politics. “To Be Takei,” a documentary opening Friday, looks at his celebrity, his childhood experience in U.S. internment camps for Japanese-Americans during […]

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Howard Stern’s goodbye to WCCC

August 6, 2014

WCCC, the Hartford, Connecticut rock station which once employed Howard Stern has been sold. The new owner is dropping the station’s rock format at picking up a Christian one. Stern, who famously made $250 a week when he worked at the station, called in during the channel’s final broadcast to reminisce with outgoing program director […]

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Captain Janks pranks MSNBC

July 18, 2014

Captain Janks, a Howard Stern fan lied his way onto MSNBC’s coverage of the Malaysian plane crash, telling “The Cycle” host Krystal Ball by phone that the aircraft was “shot down by a blast of wind from Howard Stern’s ass.”

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Howard Stern on Anthony Cumia’s Firing

July 14, 2014

Sirius XM recently fired Anthony Cumia over harsh Tweets he made toward a black woman he claimed punched him in the face on the street. He has been unrepentant, refusing to apologize. His defense is he talks like that all the time on his “Opie & Anthony” show and nobody complains. Then again, his audience […]

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George Takei at TED Talks

July 12, 2014

When he was a child, George Takei and his family were forced into an internment camp for Japanese-Americans, as a “security” measure during World War II. 70 years later, Takei looks back at how the camp shaped his surprising, personal definition of patriotism and democracy.

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Build a Business Like Howard Stern

July 9, 2014

If there is one thing that you can learn from artists and businessmen, it’s that you can draw inspiration from practically anything, even from the mundane or offbeat. That is, if you keep an open mind. Offensive, outspoken, controversial. These are just some of the ideas people often associate with radio host Howard Stern’s name. […]

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Anthony from O&A Fired by SiriusXM

July 7, 2014

Some SiriusXM listeners have said they will cancel their subscription to the premium satellite radio service after it fired shock jock Anthony Cumia of the popular show Opie & Anthony for a slew of racist remarks he made on Twitter. Cumia, 53, was fired for posting “racially-charged and hate-filled” remarks on Twitter, per a statement […]

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Joey Boots wins Freedom of Speech Case

July 2, 2014

Back in March, a Howard Stern fan named Joey Boots, spotted a WABC news van and knew that a reporter was about to go live from Union Square in New York City. His goal was to pull off a perfectly-timed “Booey Bomb,” which is the childish tradition of jumping behind a reporter and shouting, “Baba […]

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Benjy Bronk Probed On Live Radio

June 23, 2014

Perez Hilton fingered another man live on the Howard Stern show this morning. “Be careful! Be careful!” Benjy Bronk begged as Hilton prepared to insert his finger into his rectum. Earlier this month, Bronk proposed a deal: If he couldn’t lose 37 pounds, he would allow himself to be anally probed by another man’s finger […]

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Stern Show Moving To 7am Start?

June 16, 2014

Howard Stern spoke on his show this morning about news reports that SiriusXM wants to sign him to a contract extension. He also acknowledged that he was considering delaying the start time of his program from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. The radio host has a little under two years remaining on his current deal. […]

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