Some great sites for information and even a Live Feed from the station its self. http://www.ustream.tv/channel/live-iss-stream
(Main Live Feed from the ISS)http://www.isstracker.com/
(Track the Station as it Orbits Earth)http://spacestationlive.nasa.gov/timeline/
(Time line of astronauts doings, what there doing and console views from Kennedy Space Center)
If your the fortunate one who has a Radio Scanner these frequencies might help you catch the station speaking to Amateur Radio Operators if they have spare time. Its very rare but it may be good to listen while it passes over head.
Amateur Radio Frequencies (Note: Only one mode active at a time)
FM VOICE for ITU Region 1: Europe-Middle East-Africa-North Asia
FM VOICE for ITU Region 2&3: North and South America-Caribbean-Greenland-Australia-South Asia
FM U/v VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)
FM V/u with PL VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)
Uplink 145.990 with 67.0 PL
FM L/v VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)
AX.25 1200 Bd AFSK Packet Radio (Worldwide)
FM SSTV downlink (Worldwide)
UHF Simplex (rarely used)
RS EVA from Orlan suit
Down link from Soyuz-TM (voice). RS EVA from Orlan suit. Soyuz VHF-2. Progress Telemetry.
VHF-2 Down link from Zarya (Service Module). RS EVA to Orlan suits
VHF-1 down link. Main Russian communications channel. Often active over Moscow You can hear air to ground conversations in Russian. Sometimes English when US crews talk to their NASA representative in Star City.