Q1. GEOGRAPHY - The white dot on this map is located with the boundaries of which Canadian province? Click here
Q2. SCIENCE - From the Latin for juice, this is the term for a type of plant (also called fat plant) which retains moisture in special fleshy tissues (leaves, stems, etc.) as an adaptation to arid environments.
Q3. LITERATURE - Of the twenty major novels written by Charles Dickens, the titles of two are names of places of business. Name either one.
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, DOMBEY AND SON
Q4. ART - In architecture, this term, derived from the ancient Minoan language, is used for the usually bulky platform or base that supports a column, statue, or other structure.
Q5. TELEVISION - Series that appeared on this now-defunct television network include The Arthur Murray Party, Life Is Worth Living, The Original Amateur Hour, and the Jackie Gleason-hosted Cavalcade of Stars (the birthplace of The Honeymooners).
Q6. AMER HIST - The Apollo 11 spaceflight that landed humans on the moon for the first time overwhelmed an otherwise huge and scandalous news story concerning the death of an American woman under mysterious and notorious circumstances, which happened two days prior. What was the woman's name?