June 1, 2012 Commentator Harold Goldberg says Diablo III isn't one of the too-soon sequels that frustrate gamers. Instead, it's a welcome return to a complex univers.
June 1, 2012 We present a quiz on some of the weirdest things coming up on summer television. Some of them are ... really pretty weird.
May 31, 2012 Play host of NPR's Ask Me Another and quiz your friends with games played on the show. We'll provide the questions and answers; you provide the trivia party. Note: Try this at your next dinner party as an aperitif.
Ask Me Another host Ophira Eisenberg stirs up the audience during a live taping at the Bell House in Brooklyn, NY.
May 31, 2012 Our puzzle gurus imagine a world where horror film characters use dating sites. Plus, Meghan McCain tells us what makes America sexy, and shows us that the good life is but a tweet away.
May 26, 2012 Every answer is a phrase in the form "___ in the ___." You'll be given rhymes for the first and last words, and you give the phrases.
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May 25, 2012 Behind every good show is a solid staff. Meet the folks indispensable to making Ask Me Another's radio magic each week.
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May 25, 2012 House musician Jonathan Coulton takes a '90s alt-rock hit around the world in this week's music game, while The Gregory Brothers tell us how they keep in tune with the headlines.
May 25, 2012 Will Oldham is among the most celebrated singer-songwriters in the country, but chances are you haven't heard of him. That's because he doesn't record under his own name, but under a series of pseudonyms — his latest, and most well known, is Bonnie "Prince" Billy.
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May 23, 2012 Rockstar Games' new shooter, Max Payne 3, offers a relatable hero, compelling dialogue, and other pleasures that go beyond mechanics.
The Gregory Brothers: Andrew Rose Gregory (left), Evan Gregory, Sarah Fullen-Gregory and Michael Gregory.
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May 21, 2012 This week's guests are no strangers to breaking news, though instead of making the headlines, this quartet makes them worth singing about. We test their wits in a game that's bound to go viral.
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May 20, 2012 This week's on-air challenge is a twist on "Characteristic Initials." We will gives clues for some famous people, past and present. The initial letters of the clues are also the initials of the answers.
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Kyle Gass (left) and Jack Black of Tenacious D.
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May 18, 2012 We've invited Kyle Gass and Jack Black to play a game called "Tenacious D, Meet Tenacious P." We tried to think of the singer who was the diametrical opposite of Tenacious D, and who better than Pat Boone? They'll answer three questions about the cleanest cut guy who ever cut a record.
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Nikki M. James says she grew up listening to Andrew Lloyd Webber and admits she's seen Rent more than 30 times.
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May 18, 2012 If "Lent: The Musical" ever hits Broadway, Jonathan Coulton has its hit song ready to go. He performs parodies of classic songs from famous musicals, and the Book of Mormon star is game.
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Jonathan Coulton, left, Art Chung and John Chaneski like to start each show by throwing up some horns backstage at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY.
May 18, 2012 Book of Mormon's Tony winner Nikki M. James gets geeky about Broadway. Plus, play with mutated movie titles, a double name game, and an etiquette test from the 1960s. Got a light?
May 13, 2012 The word "mother" has a surprising property. If you move the first two letters to the end, you get "thermo," the prefix for "heat." Every answer today is another six-letter word that, when you move the first two letters to the end, you get another word or phrase.
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