WAMC's Ian Pickus and resident quizzer Mike Nothnagel focus on Google's doodles.
Last week's challenge Start with the name of last week's featured award, the PALME D'OR. Change one letter to an E and rearrange the result to spell the two-word name of a type of tree. What is it? Answer: If you change the O to an E, you can spell RED MAPLE.
Last week's challenge Start with the 10-letter name of a town on the Hudson River. Change the U to a V, then rearrange the result to spell a word naming places that many history buffs visit. What is the town and what are the places? Answer: The town is SAUGERTIES, and if you follow the directions you can spell GRAVESITES.
Last week's challenge Start with the name of the director SIDNEY LUMET. Change one letter to an N (not the one that's there), then rearrange the result to spell a two-word phrase (eight letters in the first word, three letters in the second) that names something many unfortunate criminals come to in the movies. What is the phrase?