In celebration of the show's anniversary, this week’s trivia looks back at important milestones for both the show and the star who made it.
Poe’s contribution to American literature cannot be denied, and his lifetime of incredible accomplishment must not be dimmed by the fact that we’ll never know what happened during the days he went missing. With that in mind, let’s review some of the facts in the case of E. A. Poe.
Can you name the animal behind each of these misconceptions?
With that in mind, this week’s trivia traces the rise of this games company from its humble beginnings to its global multimedia acclaim.
Today’s trivia looks at some other notable instances of U.S. citizens trying to make a new name for themselves, though their attempts didn’t quite stick.
This trivia looks back at some of the events that transpired in the Second World War around the globe.
This week, let's look at some of the impactful moments from The Beatles' decade-long career.
This week, let's look at some trivia about the revolutionary technology that led to modern photography.
Can you remember in which Olympic host city these incredible moments occurred?
Let’s take a moment to look back at this saga and perhaps learn something about the man behind the legend.
Thus, today we take the time to better understand this keystone species, and maybe see them as something more than a drawing in a child’s picture book.
Today’s trivia is a look back at some of the famous elements of that trip to the moon.
Aside from the fact that it was discovered in Egypt, how much do you know about the Rosetta Stone’s modern-day discovery?
With that in mind, this week’s trivia celebrates the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, a concept in which Bacon is one a few steps away from connecting with almost everyone in the business.
Today’s trivia celebrates some of the PG movies that fell through the cracks and possibly into the hands of many an unsuspecting youth. Because it’s PG, right? How bad can it be?
This week’s trivia takes a look at some impactful cultural moments brought to the world because of fathers.
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Let us take a look at some factoids about our case of seasonal daylight darkness.
Let’s dust off the bike in the back of the shed, pump up the tires, and take a journey back in time through the centuries of this humble vehicle’s existence.
Today’s trivia is a rundown of some of the famous bridges in America, as they are some of the grandest structures in the land.
Let’s look at some facts about bees and learn to appreciate them a little better for all they do for us.
This week marks the anniversary of the release of the Betamax format. Let’s take a look at a collection of other pieces of pop culture that ended up falling by the wayside.
This week’s trivia looks to shine a light on both infamous accidents and intentional misuses of nuclear power.
This week’s trivia offers a glance at the names of some full moons and a little insight into what inspired those writers long ago.
Conservation is important, and everybody can do their part to help. So let’s take a moment to learn some interesting facts about where Earth Day came from and why it has proven to be necessary.
Tax season is hardly considered an enjoyable time of the year, but let's check our W-2s and learn some trivia about Tax Day.
So let’s responsibly enjoy some trivia about the drink that, according to Homer Simpson, is “the cause of, and solution to, all life’s problems.”
To celebrate April Fools' Day, try your hand at some trivia about some famous pranks.
Here’s some trivia to mark the special occasion for a company that set social media and the business world a-twitter.
To honor the just-passed St. Patrick’s Day, here is some trivia about the holiday and some of the ways it is celebrated.
On the night of Feb. 24, 1942, the citizenry was shocked to hear the air raid sirens going off and attackers in the skies overhead. However, with all the munitions discharged into the sky that evening, nothing seems to have actually been hit.
It’s the week of Valentine’s Day, and love is in the air. In honor of this celebration of romance, this week’s quiz centers on famous couples from throughout history.
Inspired by that generally once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the spectacular Halley's Comet, this quiz is about comets, both fictional and nonfictional.
This upcoming Sunday will mark the 55th annual Super Bowl game.
Jan. 28 marks the 267th anniversary of the coining of the word “serendipity.”
There’s a lot of reasons why the RiverDogs are worthy of this week's quiz. But the team is this week's topic because this is my final week of writing Head2Head Trivia after about a year and nine months, and I love the RiverDogs.
This was a year that went by in a flash but couldn’t end soon enough. On this final day of 2020, our trivia is going to be all about time, which moved oh so strangely this year. This week, we have a rematch between the longstanding champ Bryan Dillon and his latest challenger, William Dukes,…
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again. In a year in which we hope most folks have been staying in and watching their favorite Christmas specials, we thought it best to put that Christmas special knowledge to the ultimate test. On this Christmas Eve edition of Head2Head Trivia all of…
On this day in 1989, the first full-length episode of “The Simpsons” premiered.
This week’s quiz is all about metal.
It’s far from a normal holiday this year, but today is Thanksgiving Day nonetheless. While we hope everyone is staying safe we still hope that your day is full of food, football and family (but maybe remotely). This week's questions are all about turkey. In our Head2Head matchup, we are bein…
Today marks the 157th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s famous Gettysburg Address at the military cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The world is filled with famous “burgs,” just like Gettysburg, due in large part to the word’s use in Old English and German speech.
For this week’s quiz, we’re going to revisit the history of the most important swing states from the 2020 presidential race.
This week’s trivia is brought to you by the letter “V.”
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