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5 Questions: CORVETTE SUMMER

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Grave Sightings: Harry Houdini

Stacy Conradt

fter realizing that there are a lot of taphophiles (cemetery and/or tombstone enthusiasts) out there, I’m finally putting my photo library of interesting tombstones to good use.

The Great Depression was bad for marriages and divorces. Couples could neither afford to become wed, nor to split up. Not surprisingly, both numbers spiked highly following World War II.

The Great Depression was bad for marriages and divorces. Couples could neither afford to become wed, nor to split up. Not surprisingly, both numbers spiked highly following World War II.

5 Questions: LABOR-INTENSIVE

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Hens don't actually "sit" on their eggs; they squat over them, supporting their weight on their feet and on the edges of their nest.

Hens don't actually "sit" on their eggs; they squat over them, supporting their weight on their feet and on the edges of their nest.

5 Questions: Types of Trucks

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Know Your Non-Profits

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After years of lavishly giving of your time and money to every charity, you've certainly become familiar with their missions and purposes. To raise awareness among those less philanthropic, though, choose the correct slogan for each non-profit organization, then secure donations from local misanthropes in support of each cause.

5 Questions: NEW ZEALAND

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<em>Limelight</em>, a 1952 Charlie Chaplin film, won an Oscar for Best Dramatic Score 21 years later. Since the movie had never been shown in Los Angeles, it was still eligible to enter the competition as a "new" picture in 1973.

Limelight, a 1952 Charlie Chaplin film, won an Oscar for Best Dramatic Score 21 years later. Since the movie had never been shown in Los Angeles, it was still eligible to enter the competition as a "new" picture in 1973.

5 Questions: An Explosive Quiz

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5 Questions: R You Experienced?

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In 1912, Kazimierz (Casimir) Funk discovered the first vitamin, Niacin (or vitamin B<sub>3</sub>)

In 1912, Kazimierz (Casimir) Funk discovered the first vitamin, Niacin (or vitamin B3)

5 Questions: In a Pickle

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The first U.S. dog guide was a German Shepherd named “Buddy.” He was presented to Morris Frank in 1927.

The first U.S. dog guide was a German Shepherd named “Buddy.” He was presented to Morris Frank in 1927.

5 Questions: Back in the USSR

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