PDD Quiz: November 2021 in Review

Shake off the post-Thanksgiving slump and exercise your brain with some current affairs trivia!

The next PDD quiz will look at Twin Ports Christmases of yore; it will be published on Dec. 12. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by Dec. 9.

#1 This Duluth comic book, card, and game store will open a second location in Superior on Black Friday.

The Superior Telegram has more on the story here.

#2 Team Shuster will compete in curling in the 2022 Winter Olympics. Prior to this year, how many Olympics has John Shuster competed in?

Shuster competed in the 2006, 2010, 2014, and 2018 Olympics. Read more on the Duluth News Tribune website.

#3 This Lakeside restaurant is under new ownership.

The new owners anticipate re-opening the restaurant in the new year; Fox 21 has more on the story here.

#4 Anna Tanski stepped down from her position as president and CEO of this tourism marketing organization.

The Duluth News Tribune has more on the story here.

#5 The Mark W. Barker, a new lake freighter, was launched from Sturgeon Bay on Oct. 28. When was the previous launching of a new laker?

The Duluth News Tribune reports on the launch here.

#6 The Zinema 2 returned to regular public showings with this film.

Regular in-person screenings had been suspended due to the pandemic.

#7 This local dance competition was held for the last time on Nov. 7.

Fox 21 has covers the story here.

#8 The recently sold St. Louis County Jail will be turned into what?

Fox 21 has more on the story here.

#9 The Duluth City Council is looking to repeal an ordinance that requires establishments hosting this activity to have a special license.

The Duluth News Tribune reports on the story here.

#10 This Duluth restaurant unveiled its first robotic server.

Learn more on the Fox 21 website.


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