Daily Bread for 4.14.15

Good morning, Whitewater.

Tuesday in the Whippet City will be sunny with a high of sixty-five. Sunrise is 6:13 and sunset 7:36, for 13h 22m 42s of daytime. The moon is a waning crescent with 24.6% of its visible disk illuminated.

Whitewater’s Parks & Recreation Board meets today at 5:30 PM.

It’s the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express, and Google has a doodle to commemorate that mail service. More than that, they have a video describing the Express and making and animated graphic about it —

On this day in 1953, the Braves debut in Milwaukee:

On this date the Milwaukee Braves made their official debut in Milwaukee, at the newly constructed County Stadium. They defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 3-2, in 10 innings. Bill Bruton hit the game-winning home run. [Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online]

Here’s the Tuesday game in Puzzability‘s Capital Gains series:

This Week’s Game — April 13-17
Capital Gains
We’ve got filers all over the globe this week. For each day, we’ve taken the name of a world capital, added a letter, and scrambled all the letters to get a new word that is a type of person or people. The answer phrase, described by each day’s clue, is the capital followed by the longer word. The clue includes the lengths of the answer words in parentheses.
Simpletons from Scandinavia (4,5)
Oslo fools
What to Submit:
Submit the phrase, with the capital first (as “Oslo fools” in the example), for your answer.
Tuesday, April 14
Pigment-deficient people from western Europe (6,7)


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