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Adam Sandler’s Musical Ode to David Letterman [Video]

Adam Sandler appeared on the Late Show last night to perform a singing sendoff to David Letterman as he nears the end of his longtime run on late night TV. 

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When You Probably Should Skip the Flip Flops

Now that the weather’s getting warmer, most of us are probably breaking out our flip flops with dreams of not putting socks on for another three to four months. But let’s face it, as much as we may love them, flip flops aren’t exactly appropriate everywhere. And they’re also not that great for our feet.

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The Muppets Learn To Do An Acapella Video On YouTube [Video]

Popular YouTube musician Mike Tompkins teaches the Muppets to cover Echosmith's "Cool Kids," a capella.

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Jimmy Fallon and Jack Black Recreate Extreme’s ‘More Than Words’ [Video]

Remember the days of 'sensitive' hair metal, when rockers like Extreme toned it down with heart warming ballads?

Jack Black and Jimmy Fallon do, and for The Tonight Showthey recreated the classic 'More Than Words' video shot-for-shot, and they're serious about it.

As serious as Jack Black can be, I guess.

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Did You Know Big Bird Almost Died On The Space Shuttle? [Video]

Caroll Spinney may not be a household name to you, but he was the muppeteer in the Big Bird suit (and Oscar the Grouch) that kids loved for decades on the NPR children's show 'Sesame Street'.

In a new documentary film, he tells what it was like to be the man in the giant bird costume, including some things I never knew.

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Oops! It Turns Out We Don’t Need That Much Fluoride In Our Water

Grand Rapids is known as the first U.S. city to fluoridate its water supply back in 1945, and it has been controversial ever since.

And now the government has admitted that maybe we don't need as much fluoride in the water as we thought.

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Joni Mitchell Is Reportedly Not in a Coma

Joni Mitchell, who was rushed to a hospital a month ago, is reportedly in a coma and unresponsive. TMZ reports that Mitchell is still in UCLA Medical Center and still unconscious, “with no immediate prospects for getting better.”

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Youngest ‘Partridge Family’ Member Dies At 52 [Video]

The youngest member of TV's Partridge Family has died.

TMZ reports that Suzanne Crough, who played the tambourine-shakin' Tracy, died suddenly on Monday at her Nevada home. She was just 52.

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Spotify Has Figured Out That Musical Midlife Crisis Happens at Age 42

Number crunchers and big brains at Spotify sifted through the data and discovered there’s a “musical midlife crisis” that hits us at age 42. It seems 42 is the age when many of us rediscover the joys of current pop music.

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The Model For ‘Rosie The Riveter’ Dies At Age 92 [Photos]

Mary Doyle Keefe, the woman who became Norman Rockwell’s Rosie The Riveter– the sandwich-eating, machine-carrying powerful woman who became the symbol of American working women while men served during World War Two, has passed away. She was 92.

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‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Trailer Gets Retro Treatment [Video]

The long awaited trailer for the Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice movie was recut to feature old school superheroes, like Adam West's TV Batman and Christopher Reeves' '70s version of Superman.

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Yoko Ono Calls Ringo Starr the ‘Most Influential’ Beatle

You can say many things about Ringo Starr's career with The Beatles. He certainly was the funniest Beatle, the least serious, and the one that may have been the most relatable, but the most influential?

That's what Yoko Ono said about Ringo this weekend, and she should know because, well, because, okay, I'm not really sure why.

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