1 – What word describes a person who uses his or her right hand and left hand equally well?
2 – New spectator bleachers, washrooms and a concession area are part of the upgrades at the Stan Slack baseball field at what city park?
3 – Name three of the four colours that are used to spell Google in its official logo?
4 – What Theatre Sarnia play was named the best production recently at the Western Ontario Drama League Festival in Guelph?
5 – In “Peter Pan,” what is the last name of John, Michael, and Wendy?
Darling Donovan Dudley
6 – What well-known U.S. singer began her clothing line L.A.M.B. in 2003?
Christina Aguillera Beyonce Knowles Gwen Stefani
7 – In arithmetic, what name is given to the number below the line in a fraction?
8 – What Canadian Olympic figure skating star is getting a Barbie doll made in her likeness?
9 – In which U.S. city were the TV series “The Wire” and “Homicide: Life on the Streets” set?
10 – What best-selling horror author was still an English teacher at Maine’s Hampton Academy when his first book was accepted for publication?
– Tom St. Amand (column #238)
ANSWERS: 1 – Ambidextrous; 2 – Errol Russell Park; 3 – Green, red, blue, yellow; 4 – Girls Like That; 5 – Darling; 6 – Gwen Stefani; 7 – Denominator; 8 – Tessa Virtue; 9 – Baltimore; 10 – Stephen King