PDD Quiz: May 2023

As the Northland shifts into summer mode, see how many May 2023 headlines you remember with this week’s current events quiz!

Hartley Park will be the subject of the next PDD quiz, which comes your way on June 11. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by June 7.

#1 Members of the Denfeld High School choir performed with this 80s rock group.

WDIO has more on the story here.

#2 The Duluth Visitor Center relocated to this location in Canal Park.

Read more about the move on the Duluth News Tribune website.

#3 How much money is the Armory Arts and Music Center set to receive from a state-issued general fund appropriation?

Read more about plans for the building on the Northern News Now website.

#4 Which Duluth City Councilor announced that he would run for re-election after initially stating that he wouldn’t seek another term?

The Duluth News Tribune has more on Forsman’s decision here.

#5 A Duluth landlord was charged with setting fire to his duplex. What song was he blaring when firefighters arrived?

The Duluth News Tribune reports on the story here.

#6 Which business opened on May 19 in the former Toys for Keeps building?

Fox 21 reports on the new Canal Park business here.

#7 The Duluth Community Garden Program established a new site in this neighborhood.

Read more about the new space on the Duluth News Tribune website.

#8 Cedar and Stone announced plans to build this kind of sauna.

The Star Tribune reports on the story here.

#9 The papers of this Superior-raised artist are being preserved by the Smithsonian.

Learn more about Yaworski on the Superior Telegram website.

#10 Terry Jon Martin was charged with stealing a pair of ruby slippers from the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids. In what year were the slippers stolen?

The Duluth News Tribune reports on the heist here.



[email protected]

about 4 months ago

Thanks for including the Duluth Armory funding fact in your survey. The Armory Arts and Music Center us set to receive a $4.5 million grant from an appropriation authorized by the Legislature in the 2023 Capital Investment General Fund bill - not the bonding bill.

Paul Lundgren

about 4 months ago

Thanks. That question has since been edited for clarity.

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