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  • Today’s show is all about female heads of state.
  • Tuesday, June 14, was Flag Day. The observance commemorates the adoption of the U.S. flag on that date in 1777. Flag Day is not an official federal holiday, though Pennsylvania has observed it as a state holiday since 1937 and New York designates observation of Flag Day as the second Sunday in June. Tonight we’ll observe Flag Day with a game of Categories. I’ll give you a category and you name things in that category that being with each of the letters F, L, A, and G.
  • Proving once again that old is gold, the Rolling Stones kicked off their 60th anniversary tour earlier this month in Madrid with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood up front. At the same time, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are both on solo summer tours of the U.S. right now, including a Ringo concert at Tanglewood June 17th. So this week, in honor of our tenacious and indefatigable rock gods, I’ll give you a piece of a trivia about the groups, and you tell me if it applies to The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, or both.
  • This is our first show in June this year, and so much like it’s the beginning of June on the calendar, it’s also the beginning of June in the correct answers this week, which will each start with the letters JU.
  • In honor of the many cookouts that will be happening this weekend, we’ll have a cookout of our own tonight. We’ll start with some food, and you cook “out” some letters to get the right answers.
  • Today is May 20th, or 5/20, and today's date inspired this week's questions.
  • Today is Friday the 13th, a day thought by some people to be unlucky. Tonight we'll try to counteract some of that bad luck with some good luck.
  • At many campuses, it’s the end of the semester for college students and their weary instructors alike. And that got me thinking about some famous college graduates.
  • This week we're going to play another round of "Which Came First?"
  • In honor of Earth Day, all of today’s answers can be found using letters in the name Earth Day.