Question of the day
Our last question asked: Why were women reportedly being "denied entry" at a recent Cannes Film Festival screening? Reportedly it was because they were wearing flats, if you can believe it. Look, if it was good enough for Dorothy ...
Today's win is a three-way tie! Congratulations to Ken Walker and Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times as well as Brianne O'Donnell for all answering correctly at exactly 10:37 ET yesterday! Honorable mentions go out to Eugene Hunt, Ellyn Jane, Julie Webb-Pullman, Hollywood Highlands, Paul Boyd, Ron Casalotti (who quips, "They got left flat, for not wearing high heels - get the point?"), and diaz • schloss for answering that right, as well.
As for today's question, here it is: For what reason did New York Times bureau chief Ellen Barry recently find herself scaling a mountain and making a 14-hour journey through Nepal?
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