Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Trivia Q&A: July 30

We had nine teams in for Trivia on Tuesday night, and for the second time in the last two months, we had another perfect game done on Trivia Night! I've been doing Trivia for over 13 years and it never happened before, and now it has happened twice this year, and by the same team! Our friends from DIMS, Ken, Michael and Darek, pulled off the trick again, as they did on June 26th, rolling up 56 points and getting another victory. My congratulations to them on another historic Trivia win.

Second place went to Tastes Like Burning with 46 points, and third place went Rat and Rodent with 45 points.

Best Team Name: I Just Blue Myself

Current Events
1. What Asian country launched an unmanned mission to the Moon last week, attempting to become the fourth country to land there?
2. The Senate voted 90-8 to confirm Mark Esper to what position in President Trump's cabinet last week?
3. Rutger Hauer, Dutch-born actor, died last week at the age of 75. He's best-known for his role as a murderer in what classic 1982 sci-fi film?
4. What Oscar-winning actress was fired last week from the Broadway-bound play, "Tea at Five" after she had an altercation with a crew member and she fostered "a hostile work environment?"
5. Beji Caid Essebsi, at 92 one of the world's oldest leaders and the first democratically elected president of what North African country, died last Thursday?
6. Four automakers, Ford, Honda, Volkswagen and BMW, reached an agreement with what US state to produce fleets that are more fuel-efficient in coming years?
7. What female presidential candidate filed a lawsuit against Google for $50 million last week, saying they infringed on her free speech when they briefly suspended her campaign's ad account last June?

Blue Trivia
1. What 19th century classical composer wrote "The Blue Danube?"
2. "True Blue" was a 1986 album by what female pop singer?
3. "The Bluegrass State" is a nickname of what US state?
4. What actress won an Academy Award for the 2013 film "Blue Jasmine?"
5. What blue jean company was founded in 1853 in San Francisco?
6. "Pocket Monsters Blue" is a special edition of what video game franchise?
7. Dennis Franz and Jimmy Smits starred in what 1990s TV crime drama?

The Q Train: Born in Boston, NYC or Philly Trivia
1. Alicia Keys
2. Will Smith
3. Mark Wahlberg
4. Richard Gere
5. Edward Norton
6. Bradley Cooper
7. Jennifer Lopez
8. Uma Thurman
9. Kevin Bacon
10. Tom Cruise

General Knowledge
1. The 1990 film "Total Recall" was mostly set on what planet? ( 1 pt)
2. What was the name of Han Solo's ship? ( 1 pt)
3. The film "8 Mile" is based on the life of what rap star? ( 1 pt)
4. Who is the longest serving Chief Justice of the United States? ( 2 pt)
5. The first atomic bomb was tested in what western US state? ( 2 pt)
6. Actress Audrey Hepburn was born in what European country? ( 2 pt)
7. What European country has the longest coastline? ( 3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. Auguste Cesar Sandino was a 1920s-era revolutionary and the national hero of what Central American country? ( 5 points)
2. What entertainer was the creator of both "Jeopardy" and "Wheel of Fortune?" ( 3 points)
3. Sarah Tilghman Hughes of Texas became the first, and to date the only, woman in November 1963 to do what? ( 4 points)
4. The foible, forte and tang are parts of the equipment in what sport? ( 4 points)
5. What type of liquor, translated from Gaelic, means "the water of life?" ( 4 points)

Current Events
1. India; 2. Defense Secretary; 3. "Blade Runner;" 4. Faye Dunaway; 5. Tunisia; 6. California; 7. Tulsi Gabbard.

Blue Trivia
1. Johann Strauss; 2. Madonna; 3. Kentucky; 4. Cate Blanchett; 5. Levi Strauss; 6. Pokemon; 7. "NYPD Blue."

The Q Train: Born in Boston, NYC or Philly Trivia
1. NYC; 2. Philly; 3. Boston; 4. Philly; 5. Boston; 6. Philly; 7. NYC; 8. Boston; 9. Philly; 10. NYC.

General Knowledge
1. Mars; 2. Millennium Falcon; 3. Eminem; 4. John Marshall; 5. New Mexico; 6. Belgium; 7. Norway.

IQ Trivia
1. Nicaragua; 2. Merv Griffin; 3. Swear in a US president; 4. fencing; 5. whiskey.

Monday, July 29, 2019

We're All Blue On Tuesday

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, July 30th at 8:30 PM, with "Blue Trivia" as the Special Category. It will be seven questions connected to the color blue in history and pop culture. The Q Train lightning round will be "Born in Boston, New York City or Philadelphia Trivia." I will give you the names of ten current celebrities and you have to tell me which one of the three largest cities of the northeastern United States they were born in.

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
"The 1990 film 'Total Recall' was mostly set on what planet?"

The crowds have been picking up lately as the summer goes on, so get in early, and I hope to see many of you on Tuesday night for a great night of Trivia!

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Trivia Q&A: July 23

We had another fine summer turnout for Trivia last night, as 11 teams took part. I guess I made the July Trivia round a little too tough, as the scores were on the lower side, but just about everyone bounced back in The Q Train lightning round. It was a three-team race to the finish as we got to the end, and three teams actually got all five questions correct in the IQ trivia round. But our friends from DIMS emerged with the victory, rolling up 50 points. Congrats to Ken, Michael and Darek on their win.

Second place went to X with 45 points, and we had a tie for third place between The Jabooties and Buck Foston with 37 points. The tie-breaker question was: "As of 2019, what is the population of the country of Iceland?" The Jabooties was closest to the actual answer (377,000) and won third place.

Best Team Name: Summertime and the Nachos Are Still Cheesy

Current Events
1. What TV drama series led the way with 32 nominations as the 2019 Emmy Award nominations were announced last week?
2. Former Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens died last week at the age of 99. What US president originally nominated him for the Court?
3. The World Health Organization declared that what African nation is in the midst of another deadly outbreak of Ebola virus, as it also was five years ago?
4. What Republican senator blocked an attempt by Democrats to pass an extension of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund last week, saying any new spending should be offset by other spending cuts?
5. What retail chain, which closed all of its US stores in 2017 after filing for Chapter 11, will open two stores this November, one in NJ and the other in Texas?
6. What superstar rock singer announced last week he has spent the last year writing a stage musical adaptation of the classic film “It’s a Wonderful Life” and it will debut in the U.K. late next year?
7. What comedy legend is about to make a standup comeback, and is close to finalizing a $70 million deal with Netflix for a series of comedy specials?

July Trivia
1. In July 1971, Doors lead singer Jim Morrison died at the age of 27 in what city?
2. In July 2013, Mohamed Morsi, president of what Middle Eastern country, was overthrown from power by the nation’s military?
3. Of all the presidents who have been assassinated in office, which one was shot in July?
4. What is the birthstone for the month of July?
5. On July 13, 1985, the Live Aid concerts were held simultaneously in what two cities?
6. On July 29, 1982, pro wrestler Jerry Lawler slapped comedian Any Kaufman in the face in a famous staged event on what network TV show?
7. On July 29, 1981, Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer before a TV audience of 700 million worldwide at what London church?

The Q Train: Born in NY or NJ Trivia
1. Jimmy Fallon
2. Joe Pesci
3. Lady Gaga
4. Peter Dinklage
5. Eddie Murphy
6. Shaquille O’Neal
7. Danny DeVito
8. Robert Downey Jr.
9. John Travolta
10. Michael Jordan

General Knowledge
1. Victoria is the capital of what Canadian province? (1 pt)
2. “I could have had class. I could’ve been a contender” is a famous line from what classic film? (1 pt)
3. Robert F. Kennedy served as a US senator from what state? (1 pt)
4. What is the most downloaded iPhone application of all-time? (2 pt)
5. The IKEA company is now headquartered in what European country? (2 pt)
6. What ancient Greek is considered "the father of zoology"? (2 pt)
7. What country is the largest cement producer in the world? (3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. What European country celebrates “The First Day of Summer” as an annual public holiday every April? (4 points)
2. Robert Baden-Powell, a British war hero, is widely credited for founding what youth group in July 1907? ( 4 points)
3. In the early 1990s, what search engine started out as “Jerry’s Guide to the World Wide Web?” ( 3 points)
4. In 1986, President Reagan signed a proclamation declaring what flower the national flower of the United States? ( 4 points)
5. The first modern credit card was created in 1950 when Ralph Schneider and Frank McNamara founded what card? ( 5 points)

Current Events
1. “Game of Thrones;” 2. Gerald Ford; 3. Congo; 4. Rand Paul; 5. Toys R Us; 6. Paul McCartney; 7. Eddie Murphy.

July Trivia
1. Paris; 2. Egypt; 3. James Garfield; 4. Ruby; 5. London and Philadelphia; 6. “Late Night with David  Letterman; 7. St. Paul’s Cathedral.

The Q Train: Born In NY or NJ
1. NY; 2. NJ; 3. NY; 4. NJ; 5. NY; 6. NJ; 7. NJ; 8. NY; 9. NJ; 10. NY.

General Knowledge
1. British Columbia; 2. “On the Waterfront;” 3. New York; 4. Facebook; 5. Netherlands; 6. Aristotle; 7. China.

IQ Trivia
1. Iceland; 2. The Boy Scouts; 3. Yahoo; 4. Rose; 5. Diner’s Club.

Monday, July 22, 2019

Lots of Cool Stuff Happened In July

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, July 23rd at 8:30 PM at Professor Thom's, with "July Trivia" as the Special Category. It will be seven questions connected to the month of July in pop culture and history. The Q Train lightning round will be "Born in New York or New Jersey Trivia." I will give you the names of ten current celebrities, and you have to tell me whether they were born in either the states of New York or New Jersey.

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
"Victoria is the capital of what Canadian province?"

We had a nice crowd in last week, so I hope to see many of you this Tuesday for another great night of Trivia!

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Trivia Q&A: July 16

After a few weeks of the crowds being down for Trivia, most likely due to the summer vacations and holidays, we had 11 teams in last night, and saw a few old friends I hadn't seen in a while. we had a two-team horse race for most of the night, between the teams of DIMS and The Mighty Space Shots. There was just three points between them going into IQ Trivia, and after the round was completed, there was still three points between them. DIMS ended up winning the night with 38 points. Congrats again to Ken, Michael and Darek on their victory.

The Mighty Space Shots finished second with 35 points, and Orange Whip? Orange Whip? Orange Whip? 3 Orange Whips finished in their place with 27 points (and also won for Best Team Name). 

Current Events
1. Rip Torn, a prolific actor who won an Emmy Award for his role in what 1990s comedy series, died last week at the age of 88?
2. Researchers recently discovered a fossil in what Southern European country believed to be about 210,000 years old and shows that humans left Africa about 16,000 years earlier than once believed?
3. Alex Acosta, who was what part of President Trump's cabinet, resigned last week after his previous handling of the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case from the early 2000s?
4. It was revealed last Friday that what onetime New York baseball star was arrested last month by New Jersey police for cocaine possession and other charges?
5. Simona Halep defeated Serena Williams last Saturday to win her first Wimbledon women's singles title and hails from what Eastern European country?
6. England defeated New Zealand last Sunday to win their first World Cup title in what sport?
7. What Spanish singer is facing a seven-figure lawsuit from a former lover who spent the last 30 years trying to prove the singer gathered her son in 1975, and a judge ruled him the father last week?

Space Trivia
1. What is the smallest planet in our solar system?
2. What was the last Apollo mission to the moon in 1972?
3. Within 5 million, how many miles from the Sun is Earth?
4. On July 20, 1976, Viking I became the first spacecraft to land where?
5. When Voyager I was sent into deep space in 1977, what 1950s rock'n'roll legend's song was included on it as an example of the sounds of Earth?
6. In 1962, who was the first American astronaut to orbit the Earth?
7. What physicist gained worldwide fame with his best-selling book about space, "A Brief History of Time?"

The Q Train: Odd Numbered Trivia
1. This number was the title of Adele’s latest album.
2. In Italian culture, this number is considered unlucky, and Alitalia has no row in its planes with the number.
3. The N.Y. Mets retired this number in honor of Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver.
4. According to the Bible, this was the age Jesus was at his crucifixion.
5. New Mexico became this number US state in 1912.
6. This is the atomic number of lithium.
7. In tennis, this number represents the first point gained in a game.
8. Richard Nixon was this number US president.
9. The Swedish language has this number letters.
10. A heptathlon contains this number athletic events.

General Knowledge
1. The first Star Wars film was released in what year? ( 1 pt)
2. The Titanic set sail on its maiden voyage from what British city in 1912? ( 1 pt)
3. Besides copper, what other metal largely makes up bronze? ( 1 pt)
4. What nation suffered the most casualties in WWII? ( 2 pt)
5. What US state gives each of its residents $1000 annually? ( 2 pt)
6. Who was the first non-Royal to appear on a British postage stamp? ( 2 pt)
7. Leveret is the proper term for what animal under the age of one? ( 3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. What US state produces 70-80% of all the olives in the US? ( 3 points)
2. What word was misspelled by Stephen King in a 1983 book title and by Morrissey in a 1986 song title? ( 4 points)
3. Susan B. Anthony was famously fined $100 after Illegally voting for what 19th US president? ( 4 points)
4. What Oscar-winning actor was originally offered the role of John McClane in the 1988 film "Die Hard" because the studio was contractually obligated to offer it because he starred in the film "The Detective" which "Die Hard" was based on? ( 5 points)
5. What female pop singer was the voice of Sally in a number of Peanuts cartoons in the mid-1980s? ( 4 points)

Current Events
1. "The Larry Sanders Show;" 2. Greece; 3. Labor Secretary; 4. Dwight Gooden; 5. Romania; 6. Cricket; 7. Julio Iglesias.

Space Trivia
1. Mercury; 2. Apollo 17; 3. 93 million; 4. Mars; 5. Chuck Berry; 6. John Glenn; 7. Stephen Hawking.

The Q Train: Odd Numbered Trivia
1. 25; 2. 17; 3. 41; 4. 33; 5. 47; 6. 3; 7. 15; 8. 37; 9. 29; 10. 7.

General Knowledge
1. 1977; 2. Southampton; 3. tin; 4. Russia; 5. Alaska; 6. William Shakespeare; 7. rabbit.

IQ Trivia
1. California; 2. cemetery; 3. U.S. Grant; 4. Frank Sinatra; 5. Fergie.

Monday, July 15, 2019

Let's Go To Outer Space This Week

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, July 16th at 8:30 PM, with "Space Trivia" the Special Category in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing coming up next week. It will be seven questions connected to space and space travel. The Q Train lightning round will be "Odd Numbered Trivia." I will ask you ten general knowledge questions where the answer will be an odd number from 1 to 50. Every answer will be a different number.

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
"The first Star Wars film was released in what year?"

I look forward to seeing many of you this Tuesday for what should be another great night of Trivia!

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Trivia Q&A: July 9

We had another smaller crowd on Tuesday night, as eight teams took part. But the night went great, and the top four teams were separated by four points going into IQ Trivia. We had a tie between the top two teams going into that final round, but it was the team of Turkey Club that emerged victorious, getting four of the five questions correct for the win, and ending with 45 points. DIMS finished second with 42 points, and The Return of the Jabooties finished third with 34 points.

Best Team Name: Four Score and 747s Ago

Current Events
1. Arte Johnson, an actor and comedian who gained fame in what 1960s/70s NBC comedy /variety series, died last week at the age of 90?
2. A new live single was released last week from what late female singer, a 1990 recording of Steve Winwood's hit 1986 single "Higher Love?"
3. According to a new survey, almost half the female cadets at what US military academy said they were sexually harassed?
4. A Manhattan judge cancelled a scheduled September jury trial against what male pop singer for copyright infringement until the case against Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” is settled first?
5. What American comedian apologized to a British actor last week saying the Brit hosted a similar show to the current show he hosts, saying he had never heard of it before?
6. A human rights group is calling on what female rap singer to cancel an upcoming performance in Saudi Arabia over the country’s human rights violations?
7. What legendary pop star announced during a concert in London last Saturday that he will be getting a kidney transplant later this year?

Baseball Movies Trivia
1. What future Oscar-winning actor played a catcher with Hodgkin's Disease in the 1973 film "Bang the Drum Slowly?"
2. Gary Cooper played what legendary player in the 1941 film "Pride of the Yankees?"
3. Kelly Leak, Tanner Boyle and Coach Buttermaker were three main characters in what 1976 baseball film?
4. What future Oscar-winning actress was the lead actress in the 1988 film "Bull Durham?"
5. What hapless baseball team was the centerpiece of the 1988 film "Major League?"
6. What actress/director directed the 1992 baseball film "A League of Their Own?"
7. Name 1 of the 2 actors nominated for acting awards for the 2011 film "Moneyball."

The Q Train: Even Numbered Trivia
1. This is the number of sides on a standard stop sign.
2. This is the minimum age for a US senator.
3. A standard pinochle deck has this number cards.
4. North and South Korea are divided by this number parallel.
5. Dwight D. Eisenhower was this number US president.
6. NFL Hall of Famers Joe Namath and Terry Bradshaw wore this number.
7. These are the total number of pawns in a standard chess set.
8. In 1964, this number amendment to the Constitution eliminated the poll tax.
9. This is the number of spaces on a standard Monopoly board.
10. A standard guitar has this many strings.

General Knowledge
1. What religious observance is celebrated the day after Halloween? ( 1 pt)
2. What is the fastest animal on four legs? ( 1 pt)
3. What body of water separates Iran and Saudi Arabia? ( 1 pt)
4. What year did Facebook launch? ( 2 pt)
5. What was the second film in the James Bond series? ( 2 pt)
6. What airline merged with United Airlines in 2011? ( 2 pt)
7. The world's longest fence, over 3480 miles, is found in what country? ( 3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. What pop singer died in a plane crash in Monterey Bay, CA in October 1997? ( 3 points)
2. Medusa, the monster from Greek mythology, appears on the flag of what Mediterranean island? ( 4 points)
3. In 2000, the first season of the American version of the TV series "Survivor" was filmed on what Southeast Asian island? ( 4 points)
4. What month was originally named "Quintilis" in the ancient Roman calendar? ( 5 points)
5. The author of "The Godfather" novel also co-wrote the screenplay of what superhero film? ( 4 points)

Current Events
1. "Laugh-In"; 2. Whitney Houston; 3. US Coast Guard Academy; 4. Ed Sheehan; 5. Jerry Seinfeld; 6. Nicki Minaj; 7. Stevie Wonder.

Baseball Movies Trivia
1. Robert DeNiro; 2. Lou Gehrig; 3. "The Bad News Bears;" 4. Susan Sarandon; 5. Cleveland Indians; 6. Penny Marshall; 7. Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill.

The Q Train: Even Numbered Trivia
1. 8; 2. 30; 3. 48; 4. 38; 5. 34; 6. 12; 7. 16; 8. 24; 9. 40; 10. 6.

General Knowledge
1. All Saints Day; 2. cheetah; 3. Persian Gulf; 4. 2004; 5. "From Russia With Love;" 6. Continental Airlines; 7. Australia.

IQ Trivia
1. John Denver; 2. Sicily; 3. Borneo; 4. July; 5. "Superman: The Movie."

Monday, July 08, 2019

We Celebrate Our National Game on Film This Week

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, July 9th at 8:30 PM, with “Baseball Movies Trivia” as the Special Category, in honor of the All-Star Game that night. It will be seven questions about famous films that involved America’s Pastime. The Q Train lightning round will be “Even Numbered Trivia.” I will ask you ten general knowledge questions, and every answer will be an even number from 1-50. And every answer will be a different number.

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
“What religious observance is celebrated the day after Halloween?”

I look forward to seeing many of you for a great night of Trivia on Tuesday!

Wednesday, July 03, 2019

Trivia Q&A: July 2

We had one of the smaller turnouts for Trivia Night on Tuesday due to the July 4th holiday, but it didn't dampen the spirits of those who played, and we had a great race to the finish. But it was the guys from DIMS, coming off their "perfect game" last week, who went back to the winner's circle again this week. They missed a question in Current Events, so the pressure to repeat last week's historic night was off their shoulders. But they wound up winning the night, getting 4 of 5 correct in IQ Trivia, and finishing with 46 points. Congrats to Ken and Michael on another victorious night.

Second place went to Evil Doers with 40 points, and third place went to Go Blue Rendezvous with 39 points.

Current Events
1. What Eastern European country had its largest protests since 1989 last week, with over 250,000 people calling on President Andrej Babis to resign over accusations of fraud?
2. Joe Sestak, a former congressman from what Eastern US state, became the 25th Democrat to run for president in 2020 last week?
3. The WalletHub survey recently released its findings and named what northeastern US state as "the least patriotic state in the nation" based on military and civic engagement?
4. What European nation won the vote to host the 2026 Winter Olympics last week?
5. What US city became the first city in America to ban e-cigarettes last week?
6. Stephanie Grisham was appointed to what White House position last week?
7. The New York Mets renamed the street in front of their home ballpark in Queens, Citi Field, in honor of what legendary player last Thursday?

July 4th Trivia
1. On this date in 1976, Israeli commandos rescued hostages on an Air France jetliner at Entebbe Airport in what African country?
2. What Asian country gained their independence from the US in 1946 after nearly 400 years of near-continuous rule by various powers?
3. Ron Kovic, a Vietnam vet and peace activist, was born on this day in 1946. What Hollywood actor portrayed him in a movie based on his life?
4. This playwright, who authored such plays as "The Odd Couple" and "Lost In Yonkers", was born on this day in 1927.
5. In 1976, The Clash made their debut in Sheffield, England as the opening act for what legendary punk band?
6. In 1881, Tuskegee University opened in what US state?
7. In 1997, NASA's Pathfinder became the first US spacecraft in two decades to land where?

The Q Train: True or False Trivia
1. PETA once asked the Green Bay Packers to change their name because it promoted violence and bloodshed.
2. Windows 96 was the first Windows edition named for a year instead of a version number.
3. Kentucky is one of four US states that call themselves commonwealths.
4. The female mosquito is responsible for more human deaths than any other animal in history.
5. Alan Page of the Vikings was the last defensive player in the NFL named MVP in 1971.
6. 75% of all crimes committed in the US are committed by high school dropouts.
7. Research has determined that most people are happiest on Friday night.
8. Dan Aykroyd was the first SNL cast member to be nominated for an Academy Award.
9. The Zimbio Hall of Fame honors celebrities with the mullet hairstyle.
10. There have been more Democrat presidents than Republicans in US history.

General Knowledge
1. What stringed instrument appears on the logo for Guinness beer? ( 1 pt)
2. What actress took over the role of Mary Poppins in 2018? ( 1 pt)
3. What does "B&O" stand for in B&O Railroad? ( 1 pt)
4. What male golfer holds the record for grand slam wins with 18? ( 2 pt)
5. What Batman film featured Arnold Schwarzenegger? ( 2 pt)
6. What British monarch preceded Elizabeth II? ( 2 pt)
7. What is the name of the X-shaped sign located just before a road that crosses railroad tracks? ( 3 pt)

IQ Trivia
1. "Go Set a Watchman" is the follow-up to what classic American novel? ( 3 points)
2. What designer brand named a purse after Princess Diana, making it one of the most popular handbags of all-time? ( 4 points)
3. What circle of latitude is located at 23.5 degrees south? ( 5 points)
4. Who invented the first alternating current (AC) motor in 1890? ( 4 points)
5. What 1984 action adventure hit film was responsible for the creation of the PG-13 rating? ( 4 points)

Current Events
1. Czech Republic; 2. Pennsylvania; 3. New Jersey; 4. Italy; 5. San Francisco; 6. press secretary; 7. Tom Seaver.

July 4th Trivia
1. Uganda; 2. The Philippines; 3. Tom Cruise; 4. Neil Simon; 5. The Sex Pistols; 6. Alabama; 7. Mars.

The Q Train: True or False Trivia
1. True; 2. false, Windows 95; 3. true; 4. true; 5. false, Lawrence Taylor (1986); 6. true; 7. false, Saturday night; 8. false, Joan Cusack; 9. true; 10. false, Republican (19-15).

General Knowledge
1. Harp; 2. Emily Blunt; 3. Baltimore and Ohio; 4. Jack Nicklaus; 5. "Batman and Robin;" 6. King George VI; 7. Crossbuck.

IQ Trivia
1. "To Kill a Mockingbird;" 2. Gucci; 3. The Tropic of Capricorn; 4. Nikola Tesla; 5. "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom."

Monday, July 01, 2019

Lots of Stuff Happened On Our Birthday

Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, July 2nd at 8:30 PM, with "July 4th Trivia" as the Special Category. It will be seven questions connected with events that happened throughout history on our country's birthday. The Q Train lightning round will be "True or False Trivia."

The Sneak Peek question for this week is:
"What stringed instrument appears on the logo for Guinness beer?"

We are back on the main floor this week, as we accommodated the Michigan baseball fans by doing Trivia in the Loft last week. Looking forward to seeing many of you this Tuesday for another great night of Trivia!