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 sweet food has been found in 3,000-year-old Egyptian pyramids—and was still perfectly edible?
Since its 1969 debut on NET (National Educational Television,) what TV show has won 173 Emmys, more than any other series?
What guitarist was born in 1965 London as Saul Hudson, the "sweet child" of an artist who did Joni Mitchell album covers and a fashion designer who dressed David Bowie?
The world's largest naval station is located in what city, the second largest in Virginia?
Aesop's fable "Of the Child Which Kept the Sheep" is named for a dishonest shepherd boy who cries what?
What agate-like gem can actually be red instead of black if it has streaks of the mineral sard in it?
What government officials are addressed as "Excellency" in most other countries, but "The Honorable" when they're Americans?
Bosnia is now the only nation to use what name for its currency, which Germany, Poland, and Estonia used during the 20th century?
In Greek mythology, Oedipus solved the riddle of what creature that guarded the city of Thebes?