Cleveland Quiz #2
So you've lived in Cleveland all of your life and think you know everything there is to know about it. Here's the second test to prove that you really do.
Answers below - no peeking!
- When Bernie Kosar was cut from the Cleveland Browns in 1993 who was named starting quarterback?
- Who dressed in railroad overalls to appear as Captain Penny on the children's television show?
- Billy Joel performed at the inaugural event at what Cleveland entertainment center?
- What Cleveland retail store was always located "across the street from, but not in" various Malls?
- Ted Stepien was responsible for a 1980 promotional stunt, which resulted in the injury of two pedestrians. What was the stunt?
- Cleveland's East and West Side are divided by what?
- What is the current name of the Cleveland Homeopathic Hospital, opened in 1856?
- Radical Jerry Rubin was ousted from her television show by Dorothy Fuldheim. Why?
- In 1918, the Cleveland Orchestra held it's first concert. It was held on Bolivar Road. Name the venue.
- What Cleveland landmark is built on quicksand?
- What Cleveland suburb produced bandleader Sammy Kaye?
- Barnaby had an invisible parrot. Name him.
- This comedy team, famous for both their stage and radio acts were married in Cleveland while they were performing in Playhouse Square. Name them.
- Founded in 1917, this eastside suburb, then known as Euclidville was the subject of a 1920 high school contest to change its name. What is its current name?
- Cleveland only exports one raw material. What is it?
Answers below - don't peek!
- Todd Philcox
- Ron Penfound
- Gund Arena
- J.B. Robinson Jewelers
- Dropping softballs from the 52nd story of the Terminal Tower
- Public Square NOT the Cuyahoga River. (Note the address changes on either side of the Square)
- Meridia Huron Hospital (or Huron Road Hospital)
- He was swearing and referred to police as "pigs".
- Gray's Armory
- The Terminal Tower.
- Long John
- George Burns and Gracie Allen
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