A Look Back At The Hints 03/24/19 – 03/30/19

Weekly Trivia Hints 03/24 - 03/30

Native Son, Pablo Picasso, Barium, Simon Bolivar, Stephen Austin, Norman Lear, Career (Tribute)

(03.24) HISTORY

What man unofficially founded the Texas Rangers in 1823 when he hired 10 men to protect the families who settled in Texas after the Mexican War?


Telling the story of a 20-year-old named Bigger Thomas, what book was published by Richard Wright in 1940?


In The Hunger Games, what nickname is given to a tribute from the wealthier districts who trains throughout their life to compete in the Hunger Games?

(03.27) ART

Chicago’s Daley Plaza is home to a Cubist steel sculpture by what famous artist?

(03.28) HISTORY

Though his remains were originally buried in a cathedral in Colombia, what leader’s remains were moved to Caracas, Venezuela in 1842, 12 years after his death?

(03.29) SCIENCE

What element on the periodic table, number 56, is a soft, silvery alkaline earth metal, which can be used to add the green color to fireworks?

(03.30) PEOPLE

The founder of the People for the American Way organization, who produced sitcoms like All in the Family, Sanford and Son, and The Jeffersons?

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