Another month has come and gone; how much of it do you remember? Test your knowledge with this week’s current events quiz.
The next PDD Quiz will explore the history of Portorama; it will sail your way on July 17. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by July 12.
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Better luck next time.
#1 This Miller Hill bowling alley announced that it would close and be torn down.
Country Lanes North was built in 1976. PDD has more on the closure here.
#2 Which Lincoln Park business announced plans to move to a new location?
Corktown will be moving to 27th Avenue West in the former Duluth Stove and Fireplace building; read more about the move on PDD.
#3 Which national publication included Duluth in a list of “10 Great Cities in the United States for Outdoor Adventures”?
Read the article on the Washington Post website.
#4 The Salvation Army on West Superior Street is closing on July 1. In what year did it open?
CBS 3 has more on the story here.
#5 Rebecca Graves was named as the executive director of this regional organization.
Graves will begin her role as ARAC’s executive director on Aug. 1. The Duluth News Tribune has more on the story here.
#6 Explore Wisconsibly published a video of comedian Mary Mack sampling a Bloody Mary at this establishment.
View the video on YouTube.
#7 This local business ventured into agritourism with two vacation rentals.
Read more about Locally Laid’s “Airb-n-bawk” on the Star Tribune website.
#8 The Duluth Playhouse received a donation of a dress worn by this acclaimed actress.
The Duluth New Tribune has more on the donation here.
#9 Which musician won Trampled by Turtles’ Palomino Grant?
Emma Jeanne will open for Trampled by Turtles in July; read more on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#10 This cruise company announced a 71-day longitudinal world cruise that would start in Duluth.
Read more about Longitudinal World Cruise II on the Viking website.
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