[Trivia] Which U.S. city is home to this Japanese tea garden?

 1 : Introduction to the question “Which U.S. city is home to this Japanese tea garden? …1. Honolulu 2. Seattle 3. Sacramento 4. San Francisco Which U.S. city is home to this Japanese tea garden? San Francisco – The city of San Francisco is home to one of the largest Japanese-American populations in the country. … Read more

[Trivia] Which Former US First Lady Started Reading Weekly Stories To Children Online In April 2020?

 1 : Introduction to the question “Which Former US First Lady Started Reading Weekly Stories To Children Online In April 2020? …1. Melania Trump 2. Laura Bush 3. Michelle Obama 4. Hillary Clinton Which Former US First Lady Started Reading Weekly Stories To Children Online In April 2020? Michelle Obama: To find the answer of … Read more

[Trivia] What country has the world’s longest constitution?

 1 : Introduction to the question “What country has the world’s longest constitution? …1. China 2. Russia 3. India 4. Norway What country has the world’s longest constitution? India – If you thought the U.S. constitution’s 4,400 words were just a few too many, try the Indian constitution. At 145,000 words, it’s nearly 33 times … Read more

[Ravil] Which guitarist is known as "Slowhand"?

 1 : Introduction to the question “Which guitarist is known as “Slowhand”? Eric Clapton is an English guitarist, singer, and songwriter known by his nickname “Slowhand”. Clapton has been referred to as one of the most important and influential guitarists of all time. Whenever Clapton broke a guitar string during a concert, he would stay … Read more

[Trivia] What country has the world’s longest constitution?

 1 : Introduction to the question “What country has the world’s longest constitution? …1. China 2. Russia 3. India 4. Norway What country has the world’s longest constitution? India – If you thought the U.S. constitution’s 4,400 words were just a few too many, try the Indian constitution. At 145,000 words, it’s nearly 33 times … Read more

[Trivia] What does “op-ed” mean?

 1 : Introduction to the question “What does “op-ed” mean? …Contrary to popular belief, “op-ed” actually stands for “opposite the editorial page.” This moniker helped distinguish articles that were solely the opinion of the author — whether celebrities, politicians, or other political commentators — rather than any official editorial from the newspaper itself. What does … Read more

[Trivia] Reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward famously broke what story?

 1 : Introduction to the question “Reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward famously broke what story? …The Watergate scandal was one of the most transformative moments in 20th-century American politics, and it’s thanks to the work of “Washington Post” reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward that we know the story. Their investigation, which revealed multiple … Read more

[Trivia] The namesake for which of these prizes was a newspaper magnate?

 1 : Introduction to the question “The namesake for which of these prizes was a newspaper magnate? …Every year, the Pulitzer Prize honors the best work in American writing. Established in the will of newspaper magnate Joseph Pulitzer in 1917, the awards have honored great American authors, including Ernest Hemingway and Toni Morrison, and famous … Read more