TODAY IN HISTORY - May 4th:

1953 - Pulitzer prize awarded to Ernest Hemingway for The Old Man & The Sea
2002 - Barry Bonds hits his 400th home run as a Giant, leading his team to a 3-0 win over Cincinnati. Bonds is the first player to hit 400 homers for one team and 100 with another

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2008 - Seth MacFarlane reaches an agreement worth $100 million with Fox to keep "Family Guy" and "American Dad" on television until 2012, making MacFarlane the world's highest paid television writer
2010 - Julia Louis-Dreyfus receives the 2,407th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, although on the original star her name is spelled incorrectly

HAPPY BIRTHDAY / ANNIVERSARY TO:

1929 - Audrey Hepburn, Brussels Belg, (Breakfast at Tiffany's, My Fair Lady), (d. 1993)
1959 - Randy Travis, Marshville NC, country singer (Diggin' Up Bones)

GOODBYE TO:

1975 - Moe Howard, [Moses Horowitz], comedian (3 Stooges), dies at 77

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