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Movie Review: “The Lion King”

Movie Review: “The Lion King”

I’m not sure HOW Jon Favreau and his technical team made this version of “The Lion King,” but I’m even less sure WHY they did it. Here’s my full review.

Have You Been Paying Attention?

Have You Been Paying Attention?

Prove it when you answer the topical trivia questions in today’s Harris Challenge about racist tweets, a dead Supreme Court justice, Paul McCartney’s new stage musical, and more!

Movie Review: “Maiden”

Movie Review: “Maiden”

My review of “Maiden,” a compelling documentary about the first all-female crew to race a sailboat around the world.

The Moon Plus Fifty

The Moon Plus Fifty

Apollo 11 week continues on the Harris Challenge, with the trivia categories Moon Missions and Screen Space. Play for free now!

Five Random Thoughts

Five Random Thoughts

From self-driving cars to scientists on money to artificial intelligence in poker to my new pet peeve to emails asking my opinion.

It’s All About Apollo

It’s All About Apollo

Continuing a celebration of the first mission to the moon 50 years ago, today’s Harris Challenge trivia categories are It’s All About Apollo and The Moon On Screen. Play now, then post your scores on Twitter and Facebook to challenge your friends!

Read The Clue!

Read The Clue!

Here are three encounters I had with people who should have paid more attention when I made simple requests.

Apollo 11 Trivia

Apollo 11 Trivia

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, here’s the first of three days of Harris Challenge trivia related to that great scientific achievement. Some of it’s about the event, some about the people, and some about other things that just mention the word “moon.”

Nineteen Sixties Teevee

Nineteen Sixties Teevee

Today’s Harris Challenge starts with a trivia category about Nineteen Sixties Teevee, followed by a bunch of people born in July. See how many you know when you click here.

As I Tweeted

As I Tweeted

When you have John McEnroe doing commentary on a tennis match, you do not need a third person in the booth. And certainly not another McEnroe.