Arts

  • 2:17pm Jul 08, 2016
    Arts Arts

    A Neeeeeeew Game

    The answer to every question is something that starts with or sounds like the word "new." If we said, "Your prize is someone who constantly inconveniences you!" You'd answer... "A nuuuuuuu-isance!"
  • 2:16pm Jul 08, 2016
    Arts Arts

    State the State

    Contestants guess which U.S. state we're talking about based on a list of clues. Jell-O is the official snack of what state?
  • Big Freedia and Ophira Eisenberg on Ask Me Another.
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    2:16pm Jul 08, 2016
    Arts Arts

    Queen Diva Of Quizzes

    This week Big Freedia bounces onto the scene! The queen diva of bounce music gives advice to aspiring twerkers and reveals what it's like to get a phone call from Beyoncé.
  • 2:16pm Jul 08, 2016
    Arts Arts

    Stump Jonathan Coulton

    When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon in 1969, they wore spacesuits developed by a company well-known for making a piece of everyday clothing. Can Coulton guess what piece?
  • 2:16pm Jul 08, 2016
    Arts Arts

    Did Ya Ever Notice?

    We test how well you remember things that you've seen many, many times. How many dots are on a Domino's Pizza box — three or four?
  • 2:15pm Jul 08, 2016
    Arts Arts

    Movie-Rap Mash Up

    Contestants must mash up movie titles with the names of famous hip-hop and rap artists.
  • 1:15pm Jul 08, 2016
    Arts Arts

    Floral Arrangements

    Each of these answers contains the name of a flower or flowering plant. If we were to say, "British singer who recorded the albums "It's Not Me, It's You" and "Sheezus," you would reply, "Lily Allen."
  • 6:33pm Jul 07, 2016
    Arts Arts

    Los Angeles Chef Pushes Boundaries Of Taste In Art Installation

    Los Angeles's top cult chef has been pushing the boundaries of taste at the Museum of Contemporary Art with an art installation that combines dining, sculpture and taxidermy. It's also a way for a museum to connect with the city's vibrant food scene.
  • 6:33pm Jul 07, 2016
    National National Books Arts

    Dispelling The Myth Of A Classless Society In 'White Trash'

    Is America really a classless society? As part of the All Things Considered series, "The New Middle," NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to author Nancy Isenberg about her new book, White Trash which argues the notion of a classless society is a myth that hides an ugly truth about how we view the poor.