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5 Questions: The Great

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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.

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.

Name the World's Happiest Countries (According to North Korea)

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North Korea's "gross national happiness" survey has been making headlines for its surprising results. The bottom two spots belonged to South Korea and the United States. Can you guess the top five?

5 Questions: Feelin' Blue

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5 Questions: Plumber's Helpers

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Name the Top Grossing Summer Blockbusters (Not Including Star Wars)

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Four of the top ten movies on Hollywood.com's "Top Grossing Summer Movies of all Time (Adjusted for Inflation)" are Star Wars films: Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi and The Phantom Menace. Can you name the other six movies in the top ten?

The Brady Bunch Theme Quiz

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You've heard the song and seen the images a few times if you're not a fan, and hundreds if you are. But without a sneak peek at the visuals, how much can you remember about the opening sequence to the sitcom The Brady Bunch? Ten quiz entries should answer that question. Good luck!

Brain Game: Taking Notes

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: There's an "App" for That!

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Before he wrote Jaws, Peter Benchley was a speechwriter for LBJ.

Before he wrote Jaws, Peter Benchley was a speechwriter for LBJ.

Brain Game: Exact Change Only

Sandy Wood

Brain Game: Math Square #209

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Bread and Butter

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