1. What U.S. city
was once named Porkopolis?
2. What food ingredient
is known as the royal herb?
3. What was unusual
about the World War I hero known as Sgt. Stubby?
4. In how many films
directed by Woody Allen did Diane Keaton appear?
5. What famous American
writer was issued a patent for adjustable elastic suspenders?
1. Cincinnati. It
was given the name in the 1830s, when it was a major pork-packing
2. Basil. Its name
comes from the Greek word basileus, which means "royal"
or "kingly." It's believed that basil was given the
name because it was once used in making royal perfumes.
3. He was a stray
dog, adopted and taken overseas by a U.S. soldier. Sgt. Stubby's
heroics included saving Americans from being gassed in their
trenches, capturing a German spy, and helping to located the
4. Seven. They were
Sleeper (1973), Love and Death (1975), Annie
Hall (1977), Interiors (1978), Manhattan (1979),
Radio Days (1987), and Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993).
5. Mark Twain, under
his real name, Samuel Clemens, in 1871.