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Week of November 2

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1 – Who spent over four years painting the 5,000-square-foot ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

2 – What former professional hockey player runs a fitness program at Aamjiwnaang for First Nation youths?

3 – The Mercalli and Richter scales are used to measure the intensity of what?

4 – “Paris, Texas”, “City of Ghosts”, and “Beatriz at Dinner” are three of the films offered at what local film festival this weekend at the Imperial Theatre?

5 – Which Apple web browser is also a Swahili word for “journey,” as in an African wildlife trip?

6 – What high school recently won the Lambton Kent team championship in tennis?

7 – Bono and The Edge are both members of what Irish rock group?

8 – What does the acronym NAFTA stand for?

9 – Fittingly, when this actress/singer died on June 22, 1969, a tornado struck Kansas?

10 – The tango, or the Argentine tango, originally began as a dance between two __________?

– Tom St. Amand (column #162)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Michelangelo, 2 – Jason Simon; 3 – Earthquakes; 4 – SWIFF  (South Western International Film Festival); 5 – Safari; 6 – Northern; 7 – U2; 8 – North American Free Trade Agreement; 9 – Judy Garland; 10 – Men

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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