In the early years of the movies, one of the most famous faces of the silver screen was “the Biograph Girl.” The star’s familiar smile always brought in the crowds. But in keeping with the practice of the times, audiences never learned her name. Her anonymity was part of a business model pioneered by Thomas Edison, which was designed to keep movie stars’ egos in check and their salaries down.
All of this changed in 1910, when film distributor Carl Laemmle lured the Biograph Girl to his new studio, promising her fame and fortune… keep reading

In the early years of the movies, one of the most famous faces of the silver screen was “the Biograph Girl.” The star’s familiar smile always brought in the crowds. But in keeping with the practice of the times, audiences never learned her name. Her anonymity was part of a business model pioneered by Thomas Edison, which was designed to keep movie stars’ egos in check and their salaries down.

All of this changed in 1910, when film distributor Carl Laemmle lured the Biograph Girl to his new studio, promising her fame and fortune… keep reading

6 Insane Moments of Foreshadowing in ‘Futurama’ 
Leela’s mutant parents can be seen standing in a crowd in the season two episode “I Second That Emotion.” At this point in the series, Leela’s origins were still a mystery. The audience wouldn’t learn the truth until the season four episode “Leela’s Homeworld,” when those same parents are formally introduced.

6 Insane Moments of Foreshadowing in ‘Futurama’

Leela’s mutant parents can be seen standing in a crowd in the season two episode “I Second That Emotion.” At this point in the series, Leela’s origins were still a mystery. The audience wouldn’t learn the truth until the season four episode “Leela’s Homeworld,” when those same parents are formally introduced.

10 Things You Might Not Know About Wine
Biodynamic farming techniques are on the rise among vintners who don’t want to rely on chemicals, and this is one trick they’ve been known to use to combat plant diseases and improve soil PH. It’s called Preparation No. 505, and it involves taking a cow’s skull (or a sheep’s or a goat’s), stuffing it with finely ground oak chips, and burying it in a wet spot for a season or two before adding it to the vineyard compost.

10 Things You Might Not Know About Wine

Biodynamic farming techniques are on the rise among vintners who don’t want to rely on chemicals, and this is one trick they’ve been known to use to combat plant diseases and improve soil PH. It’s called Preparation No. 505, and it involves taking a cow’s skull (or a sheep’s or a goat’s), stuffing it with finely ground oak chips, and burying it in a wet spot for a season or two before adding it to the vineyard compost.