In our third episode, Julia shares highlights of the temperance movement in the U.S. [honestly, more thrilling than it sounds!], followed by the Constitutional amendments which bookended Prohibition. Later, enjoy our ten-question quiz on Potent Potables!
[Music: 1) Paul Biese Novelty Orchestra, “Mystery!,” 1919; 2) Golden Gate Orchestra, “Charleston (Fox Trot),” 1925; 3) Frau Holle, “Ascending Souls,” 2017. Courtesy of Frau Holle, CC BY-NC 3.0 license.]
In our inaugural episode of “Miss Information,” Julia recounts the lives [and deaths] of the POTUSes [PsOTUS?] who didn’t make it out of the White House in one piece. Then, enjoy our ten-question quiz titled Presidents and Residents!
[Music: 1) Antonin Dvorak, “Carnival Overture, Op. 92, B. 169,” performed by U.S. Air Force Band, 2006; 2) John Philip Sousa, “Stars and Stripes Forever,” performed by U.S. Marine Band, 1998; 3) Frau Holle, “Ascending Souls,” 2017. Courtesy of Frau Holle, CC BY-NC 3.0 license.]
We’re Lauren and Julia, your hosts [hostesses?] of “Miss Information”– a trivia podcast for ladies [and gents] who love cool trivia and sticking it to annoying teams at pub quiz.
We’re BFFs with a passion for history, literature, art, pop culture, and all things trivia-related. Lauren had the brilliant idea for us to channel our energies into launching a trivia podcast in July 2017, and we managed to put this all together with the help of Tall Boy Productions. Each week, we plan to share information with you about a specific topic, and then offer you ten quiz questions. Hopefully, you’ll all learn a little something and make a few friends along the way. We’d love to hear your feedback and suggested topics for future eps from our beloved listeners [fandom name TBD]. You can email us at missinfopod [at] gmail [dot] com or find us on Twitter at @missinfopod.