Q: In what Canadian city was Game 3 of the 1992 World Series played, the first game played outside of the United States?
A: Toronto—The Blue Jays won that game, and the championship too.
Q: What skater’s name is in the title of the skateboarding video game that was released in 1999, launching a billion-dollar franchise?
A: Tony Hawk—The game is Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater.
Q: What was the name of the massive gathering of African Americans on the National Mall in D.C. in October 1995, organized by Louis Farrakhan?
A: Million Man March
Q: What 1996 book, written as a journal by a funny, thirtysomething woman in London, rose to the top of the best-seller lists?
A: Bridget Jones’s Diary
Q: What first man to orbit Earth also became the oldest person to fly in space when he blasted off on the Space Shuttle Discovery in 1998, at age 77?
A: John Glenn
Q: What pioneering Black tennis champ did Sports Illustrated name Sportsman of the Year in 1992, noting “his unwavering grace under pressure?”
A: Arthur Ashe