Every Monday night is trivia night here at the pub. For the first time, we’re posting questions from this week’s pub quiz. How many do YOU know? Leave your answers in the comments…we’ll post the full set on answers on Monday to get you ready for another round that night! Happy weekend, all!
1. Who wrote the book entitled “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn?”
2. Bonus: Yesterday (Sunday 7/10), the U.S. women’s soccer team won their match against the team from which nation in the Women’s World Cup. For a bonus point, in which nation is this tournament being held?
3. What continent, on average, experiences the most tornadoes annually than any other?
4. What famous actor won a Best Director Oscar for directing the 1982 film “Reds”?
5. Made by the Annabelle candy company, what is the name of the white taffy candy bar with the peanut butter center that is packaged in a black and yellow checkerboard wrapper?
6. What is the name of the NHL team that plays their home games in Carolina?
7. In “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” the Knights who say “Ni” demanded that King Arthur use a specific type of fish to cut down the mightiest tree in the forest. What type of fish?
8. The star Belegeuse gets its name from the Arabic for “the giant’s shoulder” and can be found in which constellation?
9. Who is the author of the story known as the “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?”
10. In the first Gulf War, the U.S. put patriot missiles to the test against what 4-letter, Iraqi ballistic missiles?
11. What is the capital city of Uruguay?
12. Xylem or phloem: which is concerned with upwards water transportation through a plant, moving water and nutrients from the roots to the leaves?
13. After a 20-year hiatus, which hugely popular CBS TV series, that ran for 13 full seasons, is set to return to the airwaves this fall, this time on TNT and with 3 of its most popular original cast members?
14. Bonus: The word LASER is an acronym. What do the S and the R stand for in the acronym LASER?
15. Anagram: What specific professional job title can be made by unscrambling the phrase “Doogie is practical dirt?” Clues: 2 words, medical field.
16. Who was the scientist that is most often credited for being the first to propose the theory of a sun-centered universe?
17. Bonus: On the classic TV sitcom, “The Munsters,” who played Lily and who played Merman?
18. Speaking of Lilies, the character Lily on which current TV show is going to be replaced by another actress for next season?
19. Similar to how a UPC symbol works, these types of matrix bar codes found on signs and objects allow people with smartphones to take pictures of them to download information. What is the two-letter term for these types of barcodes?
20. Anagram: The name of what city, followed by its state, can be made by unscrambling the phrase “Own creamy pig?”
21. Before adopting the Euro, what was the unit of currency of the Netherlands?
22. Which U. S. president had the most children, 15 of them?! (Legitimate)
23. With regards to cholesterol, what do the letters in the acronym LDL stand for?
24. What controversial science-fiction and self-help writer with the first name of Lafayette, dies in 1986?
25. What nation has as its only two land neighbors India and Myanmar?
26. What make and model of car was the General Lee on the classic TV show “The Dukes of Hazard”?
27. In which U.S. city will you find the Arthur Ashe Tennis Stadium?
28. Which Canadian province or territory is bordered by Alberta to its east?
29. Ireland: Ardrahan, Corleggy, Durrus and Cooleeny are all what type of Irish foodstuff?
30: Bonus: Who are the managers of the American League and National League teams in this year’s All-Star Game?
Tiebreaker: In what year was the first Subway sandwich shop opened in Bridgeport, CT?
Don’t forget to show your smarts! Leave answers in the comments!