This solar thermal plant uses parabolic troughs to generate heat, then steam, then power.
It was featured in the 1997 film Gattaca when Uma Therman and Ethan Hawke have a wildly romantic night out together and end up at a 150-megawatt solar power plant that can generate about 354 megawatts at peak output. Hot stuff.
from phil hartman posted in television by pete_nice
Phil Hartman, star of Saturday Night LIve and NewsRadio, lived at this home with his wife and two children in Encino, CA.
On the evening of May 27, 1998, Brynn Hartman (Phil's wife) had been at the Buca Di Beppo down the street. Upon returning to the home, the couple were involved in a heated argument.
Phil Hartman threatened to leave his wife if she continued to use drugs and alcohol, then went to sleep. Brynn Hartman shot Phil three times at 3 a.m. with a .38 pistol.
from john denver posted in music by pete_nice
On October 12, 1997, singer/songwriter John Denver was killed when his experimental Rutan Long-EZ plane plunged into the Pacific Ocean near Pacific Grove. A pilot with over 2,700 hours of experience, Denver was 53 years old when he died.
On September 23, 2007, a memorial was dedicated near the location of the plane crash.
from hannibal (tv series) posted in television by crabapple
A short distance away from the exterior used for the hospital is the telescope that has been featured in the show Hannibal.
from eastbound and down posted in television by prof_improbable
From Season 3 of Eastbound and Down.
Ashley Schaeffer (Will Ferrell) and the Grim Creepers (led by Craig Robinson) confront Kenny Powers and Stevie outside this "nautically themed gift shop" with a 100-ft great white shark edifice.
Other Bob Duato creations can be found here.