Yesterday: Long story in the paper about this year's high-profile murder case, relating the desire of the victim to raise her family in "small-town" Modesto. The same article called Modesto a "town" elsewhere, noting its population of a few years ago (188,000) in the same sentence. (Population is now 202,000.)
Where but in California could a place of 202,000 population, not in any sense a suburb, be called a town--much less a "small town"?
Today: OK, everybody has cross-dressers or drag queens. But how many places have pageants for "faux queens"? That's right: An event centered on...
women who dress up as men dressing up as women.
You gotta love it.
Relevance to libraries: None.
But here's an extra trivia question for people outside Northern California: What's the largest city in Northern California?