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Trivia Challenge

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  1. On April 28, 1952, the Allied occupation of what country ended?
  2. What is the only inanimate sign in the zodiac?
  3. A classic mojito includes what kind of alcohol?
  4. April 29 is Duke Ellington Day; “Duke” performed with his jazz orchestra at what club in Harlem?
  5. Which is older, Stonehenge or the Colosseum?
  6. How are “Citizen Kane,” “His Girl Friday” and “The Front Page” similar?
  7. On April 30, 1789, George Washington gave his first inaugural address at Federal Hall in what city?
  8. What two U.S. presidents are buried together?
  9. What U.S. state has hosted the summer and winter Olympics?
  10. In 1897 what catalogue contained the first mention of brownies in print?
  11. On May 1, 1931, what skyscraper officially opened?
  12. How are stop, drop and roll similar?
  13. What food is sometimes called gram or chana?
  14. On May 2, 1885, what women’s magazine based in Holyoke, Mass., was first published?
  15. The modern sport of field hockey was developed in what country?
  16. What are the three “Rs” of education?
  17. On May 3, 1978, ARPANET users got an ad thought to be the first of what type of email?
  18. What were s’mores originally called?
  19. What is the only animal born with horns?
  20. On May 4, 1959, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and the Kingston Trio received some of the first of what award type?
  1. Japan
  2. Libra (the Scales)
  3. Rum
  4. The Cotton Club
  5. Stonehenge
  6. They are movies set in the newspaper industry.
  7. NYC
  8. John Adams and John Quincy Adams (in a crypt in Quincy, Mass.)
  9. California
  10. Sears, Roebuck and Co.
  11. The Empire State Building
  12. They are parts of a fire safety technique to put out a clothing fire.
  13. Chickpeas
  14. “Good Housekeeping”
  15. England (in private schools)
  16. “reading, ’riting, and ’rithmetic”
  17. Spam
  18. Some Mores
  19. Giraffe
  20. Grammy

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