The days of NBA rookies blowing their entire fortunes on stupid stuff like ridiculous cars (Antoine Walker), insane jewelry (Antoine Walker) and overpriced suits (Antoine Walker) are over... so says ex-NBA commish…
On Howard Stern's show this week, Jason Alexander gave us an answer to the long-standing Seinfeld question we didn't even realize we wanted answered: Why did the show kill off Susan? We just assumed that was Larry David's way of making a PSA about the dangers of expired envelopes, but... More »
"It’s been a great relationship for both sides," says David Frear, arguing that the talk host's brand and the satellite radio firm's fortunes have changed "significantly" over the course of their 10-year partnership. read more
In addition to trying to give David Letterman a big kiss on the mouth, Howard Stern gave the Late Show host another parting gift: a Howard Stern original watercolor. “Howard gave Dave a painting to give to his wife on his last appearance last week,” Beth Stern, wife of the... More »
The first wave of inductees for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame has been announced and the undisputed headliner thus far is the recently resigned commissioner of the National Basketball Association, David Stern. Stern served inShow More Summary
"You sound familiar... are you Howard Stern?" In 1996, before YouTube videos of people rapping in drive-thru lines and pranks on fast food window attendants existed, David Letterman went to a local Taco Bell and took orders from theShow More Summary
"Are you Howard Stern?"
"Are you Howard Stern?"
Perhaps the most popular conspiracy theory in all of sports revolves around the 1985 draft lottery. Believers claim that Commissioner David Stern and the NBA rigged the lottery so that the New York Knicks would get the first pick and,...Show More Summary
Eight months after causing a major rift with Neil Young when he labeled his girlfriend Daryl Hannah a "purely poisonous predator," David Crosby went onto the Howard Stern Show and offered a heartfelt apology. "I was completely out of line," he said. "I have screwed up massively. Daryl Hannah never wound up in a...
The former N.B.A. commissioner David Stern pointed out that the league has done just fine without a champion hailing from New York.
David Letterman is from the old school, and isn't a fan of adulation directed his way, as we learned when Howard Stern tried to smooch him! But it's too bad, frankly, because all of the biggest names in comedy are saying goodbye to him this month in their own emotional ways. [ Video: Tina Fey Strips For [...]
If President Obama were speaking solely for U.S. national interests, he would offer a stern rebuke, not gentle reassurance, to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States during a Camp David summit, but domestic politics and Israeli pressure will constrain any frankness, as ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar explains. By Paul R. Pillar As crown princes…
Howard Stern was just trying to give David Letterman a sendoff smooch, but the Late Show host wasn't into the idea of locking lips! The thwarted kiss happened Monday, just after the...
David Letterman kicked off his last full week of "Late Shows" with an appearance from Howard Stern. And in typical Stern fashion, the SiriusXM host was sure to bring up the decades-old rivalry between Letterman and his former late-night competitor, Jay Leno.
Howard Stern needled Letterman and his producers about whether they invited the CBS host's longtime rival to be on one of Letterman's final 'Late Show' episodes. read more
There’s only about a week and half left before David Letterman retires from “The Late Show,” and his last batch of guests have been expressing their love for him in some interesting ways. Last week Tina Fey stripped down for Dave, declaring...Show More Summary
Everyone wants to say goodbye to David Letterman in their own way. [ Video: Tina Fey Strips For David Letterman ] For Howard Stern, that means a big kiss on the lips! Unfortunately for the SiriusXM host, Dave is a bit less enthusiastic about the man-smooch on Monday night's episode of The Late Show. See the awkward but [...]
Howard Stern was outraged that Letterman would even consider bringing the disgraced late night host to the show
Not just once, but twice