PDD Quiz: 2021 in Review

Put your memory to the test in this week’s year-in-review quiz!

The next PDD quiz will preview upcoming events for 2022; it will be published on Jan. 16. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by Jan. 12.

#1 This brewing company began operating out of the space previously occupied by Lake Superior Brewing Company.

PDD has more on the story here.

#2 Grandma’s Sports Garden, which has been closed during the pandemic, reopened as what?

Fox 21 has more on the transition here.

#3 Fox 21 Sports Director Sam Ali got creative in his reporting of a hockey game between UMD and this team.

PDD has a link to the video here.

#4 Which music and gift store announced that its Duluth location would not reopen?

The Duluth store had been in operation for 33 years. Read more about the closure on PDD.

#5 This ice cream shop opened a second location in Canal Park.

The Duluth News Tribune has more on the story here.

#6 This Grand Marais restaurant announced plans to open a Duluth location.

The second location is planned for 1810 W. Superior St.; read more on the Star Tribune website.

#7 AJ McLean, formerly of this boy band, bemoaned the lack of Ubers in Duluth in a TikTok video.

View the video on PDD.

#8 The Duluth City Council voted to contract with Bellmont Partners to market the city to tourists after working with this organization for 86 years.

The Star Tribune has more on the story here.

#9 Gaelynn Lea will compose the score for a Broadway production of this Shakespeare play.

The Star Tribune has more on the story here.

#10 The Armory Arts and Music Center announced plans to work with this developer to rehabilitate the Duluth Armory.

PDD has more on the story here.


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