PDD Quiz: April 2022

Review this month’s happenings and headlines in this current events quiz!

The next PDD quiz will be the third installment in the series on Duluth parks. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by May 11.

#1 Barb Plumb, the proprietor of this local bookstore, died on April 5.

Read more about Barb and the Amazing Alonzo paperback exchange on the Duluth News Tribune website.

#2 The Superior City Council approved a resolution in which residents refrain from doing what during the month of May?

CBS3 has more on “No Mow May” here.

#3 This Lincoln Park thrift store announced that it would close after 40 years in business.

The Duluth News Tribune has more on the closure here.

#4 Lake Superior Zoo resident Leo passed away this month. What kind of animal was Leo?

Fox 21 has more on Leo’s passing here.

#5 On what date did the first saltie of the season arrive?

PDD announced the arrival on Facebook.

#6 The owners of this hotel announced that it was for sale.

PDD has more on the story here.

#7 This local brewery introduced new can designs that feature Lake Superior beaches.

The Duluth News Tribune reports on the story here.

#8 The Superior City Council approved a tourism contract with this advertising company.

Fox 21 has more on the story here.

#9 The American Indian Community Housing Organization is planning to convert the building that currently houses this business into apartments.

Learn more about the project on the Duluth New Tribune website.

#10 This board game store closed permanently.

The Duluth News Tribune has more on the closure here.


1 Comment

Helmut Flaag

about 2 years ago

Which outlaw country star said "Duluth PD, don't you think you've taken this calling robots and drones for backup thing a bit too far?"

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