- On Feb. 11, 1969, what U.S. senator gave a speech at the dedication of Boston City Hall?
- How are Seville, Valencia and Mandarin similar?
- Are hares native to both the Artic and Antarctic continents?
- On Feb. 12, 1809, what biologist, geologist and naturalist was born who introduced the theory of natural selection?
- What anatomical part is a scruff?
- What dog breed is Snoopy?
- Sunday, Feb. 13 is Super Bowl LVI; what does LVI mean?
- The Shetland Islands originated what that is called Fair Isle?
- On Feb. 14, 2005, YouTube was launched by three former employees of what e-commerce company?
- In 1400 on St. Valentine’s Day, France’s Charles VI created a High Court of Love that was to be run by what demographic group?
- What second-driest U.S. state’s official cooking pot is the Dutch oven?
- In “Casablanca,” what character sang “As Time Goes By”?
- On Feb. 15, 1876, the Great Elm in what Boston park was felled by a storm?
- In 1957 what famous singer recorded a song with “teddy bear” in the title?
- What is measured in watts?
- The first-ever mechanically frozen artificial ice rink, the Glaciarium (1844) in London, used what animal product to create ice?
- On Feb. 16, 1968, in Alabama, what emergency telephone number system devised by the National Fire Chiefs Association was inaugurated?
- Terrible’s Road House, the world’s largest Chevron station, is in Jean, Nevada; Jean has what population record?
- At the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair, what sweet treat was called “Hit Food of the Century of Progress”?
- On Feb. 17, 1953, Ian Fleming began writing the first James Bond novel, which is called what?