Question of the Day

Yesterday we asked: Describing his reaction to one of the songs that inspired him to make the movie “Baby Driver,” director Edgar Wright says that it was “the closest thing to having action-movie synesthesia.” What was the song? Bonus points if you name the artist, too (who also has a cameo in the movie).

Answer: That was “Bellbottoms,” by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.

Congrats to...Dan Rosenbaum, who was first to tweet the correct answer. Honorable mention to Hope Heyman, who came in second, tweeting, “Bellbottoms by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Take that, Craig Pittman!” (You can’t win ’em all, Craig.)

Your question of the day for today is…It used to be that “birds stopping play” was a fairly common problem at Wimbledon. Who’s the “bird scarer” that put an end to that problem?

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