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PopQuizzical Daily! for October 3, 2012

What food staple was transformed at 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair and reintroduced to the world as a crispy, puffed treat?

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Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer:
White City.
Chicago had often been referred to as “Black City”, due to the soot covered buildings that lined the streets.  The fairgrounds, newly built with classical stylings, were 7 miles north of Chicago and pristinely white.

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