This week’s questions:
- What tiny Caribbean island has an Irish harp on its flag, a shamrock-shaped passport stamp, and St. Patrick’s Day as an official national holiday?
- At what time does Today show co-anchor Matt Lauer’s alarm clock go off on workdays when he’s not traveling?
- How many digits are there in the serial numbers on all U.S. paper currency now in circulation?
- The name of what Greek goddess is an anagram of her mother’s name?
- What legendary figure of the Old West served as a technical adviser to silent movie cowboy stars Tom Mix and William S. Hart?
This week’s answers:
- Montserrat, which calls itself the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean.
- At 4:10 a.m. EST. Lauer routinely arrives at the NBC studios in New York City at 4:45 a.m. on weekdays to prepare for the show, which airs at 7 a.m.
- Hera, whose mother was Rhea, the mother of the gods.
- Wyatt Earp, in the 1920s, in Hollywood.
Source: Workman Publishing/”Page-A-Day”