THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

The Onion or Springfield Shopper?

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They're two of our finest sources for fictional news. Can you tell which of these are headlines from The Onion, and which are from the local paper on The Simpsons?

5 Questions: Good Eeeevening

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Brain Game: Get It While It's Hot

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Blue Boxing

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Which news icons guest-starred on Sesame Street?

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Since its first episode in 1969, Sesame Street has welcomed hundreds of guest stars, including several news anchors and talk show hosts. Which of the following media titans have paid a visit?

One of Prince Charles's Secret Service code names was "Unicorn."

One of Prince Charles's Secret Service code names was "Unicorn."

Morning Cup of Links: Weird Drug PSAs

Miss Cellania

Is it Capitalized?

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It's a simple game: We'll give you a brand name or title and pick out a letter, you choose whether its capitalized or lowercase. The answers may not be as obvious as you think. We're basing this off the official brand name or title, so be sure to think about that, not any place you've seen it printed elsewhere.

5 Questions: Chili Recipe

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5 Questions: Totally Botanic

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The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.

The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.

5 Questions: Auto Parts

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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.

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