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Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR. Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: What Canadian entertainment group was originally known as Les Echassiers de Baie-Saint-Paul? The first section of what German highway, linking Cologne and Bonn, opened in 1932? National Lampoon was started in 1970 by graduates of what college? In what country was the world’s tallest chocolate Easter egg made? What did the Revenue Act of 1861 do?         This week’sRead More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR. Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: By what other name is zucchini known around the world? What member of the rock band Queen is also an astrophysicist? Siddhartha Gautama, or Buddha, attained enlightenment by sitting under a special tree for 49 days. What is this tree now known as? Botticelli’s painting The Birth of Venus is said to depict a scene featured in what classic Latin narrative poem?Read More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR. Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: Name the British naturalist who wrote and narrated BBC’s acclaimed Life series. When Creme Puff the cat died in 2005, she held the record for world’s oldest feline. How old was she? B.B. King’s guitar became an icon in its own right. What was its name? These Central and South American-dwelling animals, often confused with beavers or even pigs, are actually theRead More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR. Each week, look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: What European country has hosted the most Olympic Games? What was the original name of New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport? In 1987, banker Steven Rothstein spent $350,000 on a lifetime pass that would entitle him to unlimited what? What event was first held on this day (March 21) in 1970 at the US Grant Hotel in San Diego?Read More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR. Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: How many elements on the periodic table are naturally occurring? Name the only historical American Girl doll to have been discontinued–archived, in American Girl parlance–only to  be reintroduced a few years later. What reality show premiered in the Netherlands in 1999, came to the United States the following year, and went on to become a global phenomenon, airing in over 81 countries?Read More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR. Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: What Japanese video game series is named after a John Lennon song? What actress was nominated for her first Oscar at age 84, for her role in the film Nebraska? What annual celebration features the Samba Parade, full of colorful, sequined costumes and feathered headdresses? What constitutes the athletic feat known as the Serena Slam? According to newspapers, if someone is shotRead More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR. Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: In the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, there’s a portrait of the former president made of what? What Russian writer was sent to the gulag after criticizing Stalin? Sasha Obama, the younger daughter of President Barack Obama, was just seven when her father took the oath of office. That made her the youngest child to reside in the WhiteRead More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Questions from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR.com. Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: Who was the first woman to lead the New York Times? Antonio Stradivari was born in Italy in 1644 and went on to become one of the most renowned luthiers of all time. What does this mean? An early version of what machine consisted of a tractor towing a sled? In Greek mythology, the nine muses were the daughters of Zeus andRead More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions and Answers from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR. Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar. This week’s questions: What experimental 20th-century female poet, author of “The Pool,” went by two initials? Elton John re-released his song “Candle in the Wind” in 1997. What event preceded this? What species are the fastest land insects? What did Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas notably do in February  2006, during the case of Holmes vs. South Carolina? Where and when did the deadliest hurricaneRead More


Trivia Tuesday: 5 New Trivia Questions & Answers from “Page-A-Day”

TweetEvery Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR.com. Find five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2017” calendar below. This week’s questions: Charles Fey of San Francisco is commonly credited with inventing the “Liberty Bell” in the late 1800s, the first what? During the early days of radio, what would it have meant if a ship sent out a message “CQD”? What did Chinese linguist Zhou Youguang invent in the 1950s? How much does an average cloud weigh? What is a steeplejack?   ThisRead More