Here are three encounters I had with people who should have paid more attention when I made simple requests.
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.”
I agree 100% with Rita Rudner about Chrissy Teigen being a judge on NBC’s upcoming “Bring The Funny.” Click for more.
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.
Watching “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night, I was stunned to see how long the commercial break was between the first and second guests’ segments, and was reminded of a story from my early days in radio.
My review of the new action-comedy, which stars Kumail Nanjiani as an Uber driver forced to take Dave Bautista, as a cop, all over town to catch a bad guy.
This week’s news included a bold building climber, the death of a presidential candidate and a Willy Wonka actor, and the odd end to a police search for a Missouri man. See if you paid attention when you play today’s Harris Challenge!
Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart have reunited for a national tour, with Sheryl Crow also on the bill & they all sound great! Here’s my review of their opening night in St. Louis.
Today’s Harris Challenge starts with trivia questions about movies with “fire” in the title, then moves on to A Not So Hard Day’s Category. See how many you know when you click here.
I know that “shredded recycled office paper” doesn’t sound as sexy as “ticker-tape,” but since the latter hasn’t been a thing for many years, I wish media outlets would describe today’s victory parade for the Women’s World Cup championship team correctly — because the truth matters.
Today’s Harris Challenge starts with a trivia category about famous husbands and wives, and then you have to figure out which came first. Play now, then share your score on Facebook and Twitter to challenge your friends!