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Leslie Elman

11/23/2020 - 10:44pm
LESLIE TRIVIA BITS: November 23, 2020 You’ve heard the expression “all’s fair in love and war”? No one would know that better than Inanna, the Sumerian goddess of both love and warfare. It’s unusual for one deity to be associated with two such conflicting “passions.” Maybe her capacity for multitasking is what made Inanna the most significant goddess in...
11/16/2020 - 10:36pm
LESLIE’S TRIVIA BITS: November 16, 2020 Soft, creamy ricotta, used in lasagna, manicotti and Italian cheesecake, is made from the whey left over after cheese, such as mozzarella, is produced. Technically, ricotta isn’t a “cheese”; it’s a dairy byproduct (which sounds less appetizing but is still delicious). Its name...
11/10/2020 - 3:34pm
LESLIE’S TRIVIA BITS: November 9, 2020 Elmer the bull, mascot of Elmer’s adhesive products since 1947, is the “husband” of Elsie the cow, mascot of Borden’s dairy products. Elsie appeared first, in ads encouraging people to drink milk. She and Elmer “married” in 1940 and later became parents to Beulah,...
11/02/2020 - 10:20pm
LESLIE’S TRIVIA BITS: November 2, 2020 Jeannie’s bottle on “I Dream of Jeannie” was a special-edition Jim Beam bourbon decanter made for Christmas 1964. For the show’s first season, filmed in black and white, the gray-green bottle was decorated with gold-painted leaves and swirls. When the series went to color in...
10/27/2020 - 1:25pm
LESLIE’S TRIVIA BITS: October 26, 2020 In 1871, Canadian-born Englishwoman Lucy Walker became the first woman to reach the 14,692-foot summit of the Matterhorn, fifth-highest peak in the Alps. Englishman Edward Whymper led an expedition up the Matterhorn five years earlier, but Lucy Walker’s climb was different: She scaled the mountain...
10/20/2020 - 11:40pm
LESLIE’S TRIVIA BITS: October 16, 2020 Moles have poor eyesight, but they’re not blind. Their little eyes are hidden by fur to protect them while they are underground, where they spend most of its time. Yet even the Iberian mole (Talpa occidentalis), whose eyelids are naturally fused shut, can distinguish light from dark and knows day...
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