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5 Questions: Where Are You?

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5 Questions: Smells Like Trivia

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5 Questions: Macy

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Presidential Nickname or Professional Wrestler?

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Some of our nicknames for presidents make our commanders-in-chief sound like they should be wearing tights and a cape while applying figure four leg locks to rival heads of state. Can you tell the difference between a presidential nickname and a professional wrestler? When you're done, let us know how you did, or share your favorite presidential nickname.

Food Fads of the '60s and '70s

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Those of us born near the end of the Baby Boom were a bit young to be hippies, war protesters, or racial rioters. But life was exciting all the same! America was accelerating its space program, Andy Warhol was elevating Campbell soup cans and Coke bottles to artistic heights, and moms across the country were impressing party guests with soufflés and flambés that made Julia Child proud. We had plenty of food fads to spice up our lives in the sixties and early seventies.

BABIP or CERA: A Baseball Stats Quiz

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Now that we're in the throes of the baseball season, it's not enough to evaluate players just on hits and home runs, or teams on just wins and losses. No, we need a whole slew of advanced statistics. Put your knowledge of baseball stats, both simple and complex, to the test in this quiz. Can you bat 1.000?

5 Questions: Just Kent Get Enough

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Arthur Miller's original title for <em>Death of a Salesman</em> was <em>The Inside of His Head</em>.

Arthur Miller's original title for Death of a Salesman was The Inside of His Head.

Brain Game: You Tell Us!

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<em>It Happened One Night</em> (1934), <em>One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest</em> (1975) and <em>The Silence of The Lambs</em> (1991), are the only films to grab all 5 major Oscars (Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress, and Screenplay) at The Academy Awar

It Happened One Night (1934), One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975) and The Silence of The Lambs (1991), are the only films to grab all 5 major Oscars (Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress, and Screenplay) at The Academy Awards.

Cleopatra had a special lipstick made for her, consisting of crushed ants and deep red carmine beetles.

Cleopatra had a special lipstick made for her, consisting of crushed ants and deep red carmine beetles.

B.B. or BO?

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Devout fans know the difference, but others have difficulty discerning B.B. King and Bo Diddley. Both men were born in Mississippi in the 1920s, both were raised by family members, both became legendary guitarists and toured extensively, and both were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.

Fifteen questions await you, and the answer to each is either B.B. or BO. A score of 8 or better is a "win." Good luck!

How old is the oldest ruling royal family? The current emperor of Japan, Akihito, claims to be the 125th descendent in his line.

How old is the oldest ruling royal family? The current emperor of Japan, Akihito, claims to be the 125th descendent in his line.

In early 1900s America, “jay” was a slang term used to describe a naïve or foolish person. Thus, when such a pedestrian decided to ignore traffic signals and street signs, he or she was referred to as a “jaywalker.”

In early 1900s America, “jay” was a slang term used to describe a naïve or foolish person. Thus, when such a pedestrian decided to ignore traffic signals and street signs, he or she was referred to as a “jaywalker.”

Apollo 11 astronaut Edwin Aldrin got the nickname "Buzz" because his sister used to mispronounce the word "brother" when she'd refer to him.

Apollo 11 astronaut Edwin Aldrin got the nickname "Buzz" because his sister used to mispronounce the word "brother" when she'd refer to him.

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