Go inside the world of a Hollywood Foley artist (a.k.a. the person who makes the noises) about how they make all of the unnoticed sounds that movies and TV need.

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Never call him Abe, and other lesser known President Lincoln facts.

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Intriguing headline of the day: The Groupies Who Wanted Casey Kasem Dead.

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Howard Johnson's restaurants were once the biggest chain in the country, but now there are only two locations left.

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For April Fool's Day yesterday, Funny or Die introduced Dips, a new (fake) social media avenue featuring 1.5-second long videos. To accompany the “launch” of Dips they populated a page with a bunch, featuring celebrities. Check them out here or see Entertainment Weekly's top 10.

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One last April Fool story: Bob Barker was back on The Price Is Right yesterday.

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This humorous piece imagines a sequel to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, told from the perspective of the exhausted Mrs. Bucket.