Ken Jennings was on Jeopardy! 75 times in a row, so long that your grandma got sick of him. He is the author of nine books, most recently the Junior Genius Guides for children. He lives in Seattle.
What brand of bubble gum is named after the "Stovepipe" anti-tank weapon of World War II?
GOTO and GOSUB were keywords in what "beginner's all-purpose" computer language, developed in 1964?
Joan of Arc is often called "la Pucelle d'Orleans" in French. What word do we usually use in English instead of "Pucelle"?
What Cyndi Lauper song—her first #1—did jazz trumpeter Miles Davis cover in hundreds of his concerts?
All of the Simpsons' cats are given what name, even though they have black fur, not white?
What Broadway musical celebrates, in its opening number, "the ten-dollar Founding Father without a father"?
Harvard's annual "freshman week" always features a much-heckled screening of what 1970 Ryan O'Neal movie?
The chemical element with the longest name, element 104, honors what physicist who discovered the atomic nucleus?