See how much of this month’s headlines you remember with this current events quiz for May 2022!
Baseball will be the theme of the next PDD quiz, which comes your way on June 12. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by June 8.
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#1 A clip of WDSM’s Mr. Toot appeared on this news satire show.
Last Week Tonight included the clip during a segment about utilities: Mr. Toot appears around the 36-second mark.
#2 The Duluth Public Library launched a new initiative called Little Library Go this month. What is Little Library Go?
Read more about the Little Library Go van on the Duluth Public Library website.
#3 This music venue and bar announced its closure.
PDD has more on Blush’s closure here.
#4 A tornado touched down outside of Duluth on May 18. Where did it rank on the Enhanced Fujita scale?
The EF-0 tornado touched down near Eagle Lake in Gnesen Township; the Duluth New Tribune has more on the story here.
#5 This naval ship was commissioned on May 21.
The USS Minneapolis-St. Paul is a Freedom-class littoral combat ship. Read more about the ship on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#6 This musical, set in Duluth, was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Musical.
CBS 3 has more on Girl from the North Country‘s nomination here.
#7 Which singer was gifted a Duluth Pack bag after performing a show at the Target Center?
Bieber’s wife also received a Duluth Pack bag; CBS 3 has more on the story here.
#8 This restaurant opened in the revolving space at the top of the Radisson.
The Duluth News Tribune has more on the Apostle Supper Club opening here.
#9 The city council of this city voted to recall Mayor Chris Swanson.
Swanson has until May 31 to resign; if he doesn’t resign, Two Harbors will hold a recall election in August. Read more on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#10 This coffee and tea shop opened on West Superior Street.
Dream Cloud Coffee Roasters is located at 102 W. Superior St. (formerly the home of Lake Superior Bakehouse and Jitters); read more on the Duluth News Tribune website.
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