Now that CVS is carrying CBD in many of its stores, lots of people will think it relieves their pain, despite no scientific proof, just anecdotal evidence. Here’s why that’s a problem.
Today’s Harris Challenge starts with a trivia category about women named Heather, then moves on to other Names You Might Know. Click here to play for free!
Anyone who has gone in front of a TV camera or radio microphone this evening — and there were panel after panel after panel full of them — to tell you what is in the Mueller Report is lying because THEY DON’T KNOW.
As the title character in “Gloria Bell,” Julianne Moore gives a very solid performance and looks terrific. She plays a empty-nest divorcee in her fifties who’s looking for some companionship. She goes by herself to bars, waiting for a guy to ask her to dance. But this isn’t “Looking For Mr. Goodbar.”
A big sports contract, a longtime leader’s resignation, the Flintstone House, and a new Woodstock concert were all in the news this week. Were you paying attention? Prove it by answering the topical trivia questions in both of today’s Harris Challenge categories!
I know a few people who bet on sports a lot. I also know a couple of guys who take a lot of bets on sports. I thought about all of them watching a preview of the new Showtime documentary series, “Action,” which debuts Sunday night.
With March Madness underway, today’s Harris Challenge starts with a trivia category called Round Ball On Hard Wood. See how many questions you can answer when you click here.
The trivia categories for today’s Harris Challenge are First Day Of Spring Screen and A Bunch Of Leftovers. It only takes a minute to play both of them when you click here.
My review of the remarkable documentary “Apollo 11,” which contains lots of footage you have never seen from the greatest scientific achievement ever, fifty years ago this summer.
According to CNN, Myspace “has apologized for apparently losing 12 years’ worth of music uploaded to its site, following a server migration error — a loss potentially amounting to 50 million songs.” Wait a minute. Myspace is still a thing? Is it only for people who search via Ask Jeeves on a dial-up modem?