What Roman emperor was assassinated on March 28th, 193 AD?
Who do we have to thanks to the sexy smell of a cologne called Blue Seduction?
The deadliest blizzard in US history took place in what year, when snows of 40-50 inches killed over 400 people, including 200 in NYC alone?
A statue of this man in Dublin was blown up on March 8th, 1966. Who was he?
Warren Beatty won an Oscar for Best Director for directing the film Reds, which was about the man who wrote Ten Days That Shook the World. Who was this journalist?
This R&B singer who wrote the songs Earth Angel and Guess Who died in a car crash on February 6th, 1960. Who was he?
Frank and April’s doomed romance drives this 1961 novel by Richard Yates.
What author with cerebral palsy wrote the autobiography My Left Foot in 1954?
What part of the brain gets its name from the Greek for “seahorse”?
In what city will you find “America’s Stonehenge”?
The first man on the moon (Armstrong) and the last (Eugene Cernan) both attended the same university. What school was it?
What film did HG Wells say was “foolishness, cliché, platitude, and muddlement about mechanical progress and progress in general”?
What was Philadelphian Mary Ludwig Hays better known as?
What type of yarn or fabric gets its name from the French word for caterpillar?