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About Any Questions? WAMC's Friday quiz segment, Any Questions? , puts news director Ian Pickus in the hot seat, as he and listeners field questions from resident quizzer Mike Nothnagel. Nothnagel is Associate Professor of mathematics at The Culinary Institute of America, and a crossword constructor for the New York Times and Games Magazine , among other outlets. Often, Mike and Ian switch seats or feature guest answerers, such as Will Shortz, Liane Hansen, John Flansburgh and Mike Doughty. Any Questions? airs Friday during Northeast Report Late Edition on WAMC. Last week's challenge: Start with the phrase SILVER MEDALS. Change one letter to an F and you can rearrange the result to spell two nicknames (six letters each) of National Hockey League teams. What are the words? Answer : If you change the R to an F, you can spell DEVILS and FLAMES. THIS WEEK'S CATEGORY: ONE, THE OTHER, BOTH, OR NEITHER #3 On-air questions: Time once again to play One, The Other, Both, Or Neither?. I'll name

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About Any Questions? WAMC's Friday quiz segment, Any Questions? , puts news director Ian Pickus in the hot seat, as he and listeners field questions from resident quizzer Mike Nothnagel. Nothnagel is Associate Professor of mathematics at The Culinary Institute of America, and a crossword constructor for the New York Times and Games Magazine , among other outlets. Often, Mike and Ian switch seats or feature guest answerers, such as Will Shortz, Liane Hansen, John Flansburgh and Mike Doughty. Any Questions? airs Friday during Northeast Report Late Edition on WAMC. Last week's challenge: Start with the phrase SILVER MEDALS. Change one letter to an F and you can rearrange the result to spell two nicknames (six letters each) of National Hockey League teams. What are the words? Answer : If you change the R to an F, you can spell DEVILS and FLAMES. THIS WEEK'S CATEGORY: ONE, THE OTHER, BOTH, OR NEITHER #3 On-air questions: Time once again to play One, The Other, Both, Or Neither?. I'll name