PDD Quiz: August 2022
It’s nearing the end of the month, which means that it’s time for PDD’s current events quiz!
The next PDD quiz will look at bygone Duluth school buildings; it will be published on Sept. 11. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by Sept. 7.
You’ve got a noggin for the news! Awesome work!
Better luck next time!
#1 What is the new name of the Greater Downtown Council?
Read more about the name change on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#2 The Duluth City Council voted to cap the speed of bikes, motorized bikes, and scooters on the Lakewalk. What is the speed limit?
Read more about the decision on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#3 This North Shore coffee shop closed its doors on Aug. 13.
The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal has more on the closure here.
#4 This organization proposed to move into the Depot space formerly occupied by the Duluth Playhouse family theater.
The Duluth News Tribune reports on the proposal here.
#5 The Leif Erikson Viking ship will move from Duluth to this North Shore community.
Read more about the ship’s new home on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#6 This Asian restaurant in Duluth’s Central Hillside closes on Aug. 31.
Read more about Huie’s Chopsticks Inn on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#7 Which History Channel program featured a saw manufactured on the Iron Range?
Spring Creek Manufacturing’s Tuff Camp Saw, made in Mountain Iron, was featured on the series: read more on the story on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#8 Which organization purchased the Ikonics building in Morgan Park?
WDIO has more on the purchase here.
#9 The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa reclaimed a mass grave site on the Nemadji River and burial grounds at this location.
The Duluth News Tribune reports on the story here.
#10 YWCA will be ending this program, which began 22 years ago.
Read more about the GirlPower program on the Duluth News Tribune website.
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