First is the New Horizons Pluto flyby. This is likely to be the last first encounter of a well-known body space that happens in my lifetime. I've been lucky enough to have been witness to all of them so far. JPL has a visualizer for Macs and Windows machines to give a better sense of the mission. There will be a lot of news online as well as in conventional media.
We haven't been seeing many new images for a few reasons. The distance means it takes over four hours for a light to travel from the spacecraft to rather sensitive antenna on Earth. The weakness of the signal dictates a very low data-rate. Most of the images have to be stored on the spacecraft and then transmitted over time. A lengthy feast for planetary science.
Second is the release of Frank Wilczek's new book A Beautiful Question: Finding Nature's Deep Design. I've seen pieces and it should be wonderful - an exploration of the cosmos as a work of art and a mediation on the beauty we perceive.
And finally a friend stars on a five part television series. Colleen is one of four tall women on TLC's My Giant Life. It will highlight the daily physical and social issues they encounter and hopefully will send a message that very tall women are just that - tall women - and not freaks of nature.