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  • Thanksgiving
    Thanksgiving trivia: Let's talk turkey
    Everyone loves a rousing game of Thanksgiving trivia. After you stuff yourself silly with your Thanksgiving feast, why not pull out these trivia tidbits to share with your guests. Holiday trivia makes great entertainment!Let's talk...
  • Jacques-Louis David's "Napoleon Crossing the Alps"
    Napoleon had only one testicle and other odd historical trivia
    There could be another reason why Napoleon had such a complex, it couldn't have just been about his short stature. Why? The French leader also only had one testicle. As the kids would say now "TMI," that is just one of those 'fun...
  • James Bond
    Say what again? Ten fun facts about our favorite classic movie icons
    If you're looking for a little trivia this afternoon, these ten facts might have you learning something new or you may already have know them. It all depends, you'll just have to read them. Either way, below are ten facts about James Bond&...
  • Fun facts to ruffle your feathers about Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds'
    Fun facts to ruffle your feathers about Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds'
    One of the seminal horror films and most terrifying movie-going experiences of our time is Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 “The Birds”. And what better time to talk about some of its “tricks” and “treats” than...
  • Beef it up today: Celebrate National Double Cheeseburger Day
    Beef it up today: Celebrate National Double Cheeseburger Day
    Food holidays come and go but one that just aches for everyone to enjoy is “National Double Cheeseburger Day”. Imagine having yet another excuse to bite into a juicy burger topped with melted cheese with all the fixings.This special...
  • Bake your cherries in a pastry: Celebrate National Cherry Turnovers Day
    Bake your cherries in a pastry: Celebrate National Cherry Turnovers Day
    A special food holiday is about to be celebrated. Will this be a sweet, tart or savory one? That all depends upon which type of cherry you pick and how ripe they are.August 28 is the designated day commemorating the food holiday called &ldquo...
  • Brush off the dust and crank up the volume: Celebrate Vinyl Record Day
    Brush off the dust and crank up the volume: Celebrate Vinyl Record Day
    Today is the day to get nostalgic and dig out that old phonograph, dust it off, place one of your favorite prize records on it and crank up the volume. This amazing music machine that was invented by Thomas Alva Edison on August 12, 1877 paved the...
  • Wingspan of the Red-Wattled Lapwing
    Extinct bird had world's longest wingspan
    A new bird species has been discovered that puts other fliers to shame – the extinct species, Pelagornis sandersi, had a wingspan that reached 24 feet, twice as long as the longest wingspan of today's living birds.According to WNPR News,...
  • Popular food has many nicknames: Celebrate National Hot Dog month
    Popular food has many nicknames: Celebrate National Hot Dog month
    Hot dog is the term that has been designated to describe the number one or possibly the number two top favorite food sandwiches by Americans. The other famous bun sandwich is the hamburger.The Fourth of July or Independence Day may just be the day...
  • Happy 238th Birthday America
    Fourth of July 2014: Party planning for America's 238th birthday
    The fourth of July is almost here and that means it's birthday time for the good ‘ole US of A. What kind of activities do you and your family do to celebrate America’s birthday? As America turns 238 in 2014, make your Fourth of...
  • 12 Weird Theater Pictures from History
    12 Weird Theater Pictures from History
    The Library of Congress has plenty of strange photographs if you are willing to take the time to look through the archives. However, if you stumble upon the theater posters from plays by Charles H. Yale from the late 1800s and early 1900s, you...
  • Race to Fame iOS and Android
    'Race to Fame' on iOS and Android
    Did you know that John Carter Cash, son of music legends Johnny Cash and June Carter, has an uncredited role in the 2005 film “Walk the Line”?If you did, then Race to Fame on iOS and Android might be for you. It’s loaded with...
  • 6-13: A Friday The 13th Movie Trivia Book
    Gene DeRosa on '6-13: A Friday The 13th Movie Trivia Book'
    Q: So, you've written a Friday the 13th Trivia Book. Before we get into the subject matter, first I want to ask, why a trivia book?A: My wife Traci and I have been involved with the online trivia world since about 1996-97. We actually met...
  • Memorial Day
    Memorial Day 2014: Fun facts and trivia about the gateway to summer
    Memorial Day 2014 is in sight and folks are getting excited for the gateway to summer to open. Above all else, please remember the meaning of Memorial Day is to honor and memorialize our fallen soldiers. These brave men and women gave their lives...
  • Bake more without the wait
    Bake more without the wait: Tips for using frozen bananas
    Banana bread and cake lovers know there are times when you really want to bake but the bananas aren’t nearly ripe enough yet. What happens is the bananas sit on the counter another day or two before they are ready to bake with them.Now when...