Answer to Another Question from Jeopardy!

       On Monday, I posted the final answer from a recent episode of Jeopardy! in the category of Museums: 

       Completed in 1959, it’s been alternately described as a snail, a concrete tornado, and layers of a wedding cake. 

       One reader left a comment, saying that the question is “What is the Guggenheim?”  And he’s absolutely right – and if you look at these pictures,  you’ll understand those alternative names!  

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RandolphMase, Fiction Writer

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My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

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2 Responses to “Answer to Another Question from Jeopardy!”

  1. Tom DeignAN Says:

    I have watched Jeopardy for over 50 years and the first 10 years I could never answer any “answers” because the answers were too difficult for me. I can keep up now but my question now is would it be possible to run a week of episodes useing the exact answers from any week from the late sixties? Thankyou T.Deignan

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