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The Preston & Steve Show Livestream
Wednesday, May 24, 2023 Rundown

[00:01:56] Entertainment Report. Kim Kardashian is opening up about how she views relationships following her divorce from Kanye West, and says, “It’s not a failure, it can beautiful.” Ariana Madix from Vanderpump Rules staged moving out of the house she shares with her ex-boyfriend, Tom Sandoval. Julia Fox told Page Six that her and her friend, Sara Apple, co-wrote a script for a movie called “Lipstick Palm.” She describes the movie as “‘Weekend at Bernie’s meets Spring Breakers.’”  

[00:35:28] Just Sayin’ Institute. Researchers at UCLA says smoking cannabis doesn’t cause the same alarm as cigarettes. 92% of all UFO sightings take place in the United States. A U.K. study found that morning sex is more satisfying than evening or night. Recent study says 62% of women are afraid of giving birth and more. 

[01:25:09] Bizarre File. A man was shot in the butt in Kentucky by his roommate over a hot pocket.  A 37-year-old man claimed to be a time traveler after smashing a house window with a brick. A woman was caught on camera keying cars at dealership in Canada. USC is under surveillance after students are caught playing rings toss with a stripper’s anus. An Illinois man who was walking on mud flats in Alaska died when he drowned as the tide came in. 

[01:46:55] How Far Will You Go for Food?  The gang talks about the hot pocket story from the Bizarre Files and tells stories about times they went to the extreme about food. The gang tells listeners to call in about their best stories where they went to the extreme for food. With these crazy stories, the gang talks to a friend who is a lawyer, asking question about the legal precautions over someone stealing food from you.  

[02:24:05] Nate Berkus joins over zoom and The City Beat. Nate Berkus talks to the gang about tips and tricks for when you want to create an outdoor living space this summer. Nate also tells us about his work at the Great Wolf Lodge in the Poconos and how me made it memorable for families to enjoy their vacations. The gang takes a look at the City Beat to find out some stories in and around the Philly area. USA Today Poll crowned Philadelphia as one of the best cities to walk around in. A review of the celebrity rest stops came out to test their quality. Atlantic City prepares to launch Spegal’s, a new entertainment place on the boardwalk.  

[03:15:22] Bizarre File. A landlord in Duluth set his apartment on fire while blasting Billy Joels’ We Didn’t Start the Fire. A father and son from Massachusetts have both been sent to prison for running a lottery fraud scheme and not paying their taxes. A veteran who lost both legs reached the summit of Mount Everest. 

[03:32:16 Hollywood Trash and Music News. Rick Allan speaks out about his attack he suffered back in March. Halestorm’s Lizzy Hales opens up about her anxiety, depression, and suffering from Imposter Syndrome. Eric Clapton held a Jeff Beck tribute concert with Rod Stewart, Kirk Hammet, Ronnie Wood and more. Tayor Swift’s song “You’re on Your Own Kid” helped Stevie Nicks with her grief from losing her friend. MMR will have a “Vinyl-ly Summer Weekend” and will be playing vinyl all weekend. 

[03:53:16] The Wrap-Up. The gang wraps up, with Pierre joining the stuio