In honor of the long and illustrious career of The Critic, we have built a trivia quiz all about great historical and cultural moments involving radio.
To keep with our theme of brilliant funny women in this week’s Charleston Scene, we will be closing out this week’s issue with a trivia quiz all about women in comedy throughout the history of American popular media.
What would the Coastal Carolina Fair be without its plethora of deep-fried food options? Some are more bizarre than others, but all of them are sure to add to your fair experience. For this week’s quiz we are talking all about fried foods.
In 2004, Bravo aired a list of what they considered to be “The 100 Scariest Movie Moments” of all time. The list has since become a definitive countdown of macabre brilliance in horror movies, and given that Oct. 31 is the spookiest of all days, we have constructed a real haunted house of a quiz around some of the films that appear on that list.
Though the weather is fluctuating between autumnal and warm, there is no denying that we are finally in the fall season. Since our cover story in Charleston Scene is about all things fall, we thought we would continue the theme with this week’s trivia quiz. This quiz is on all things “fall.”
It's witching hour. So for this week’s quiz, we are going to be stirring the cauldron and talking all things witchy.
Leading the cast of “The Righteous Gemstones” is one of America’s most beloved and acclaimed actors, John Goodman. He has been a star of the screen, stage and television for four decades now, which means he has quite a lot of material on his resume to fuel a John Goodman-themed trivia quiz.
Shovels & Rope are one of the Charleston music scene's most beloved duos. But they are but one of a long lineage of pop cultural pairs who have captured the hearts and minds of people, both locally and around the world, throughout the decades. In this week’s quiz, we will be focusing on all-time great duos.
At The Break Room, you can smash things to your heart’s delight. But there is more to smashing than just destruction and stress relief. It is a word that has been applied to many things throughout pop culture history, and for this week’s quiz we are talking all about things that are simply “…
At The Break Room, you can smash things to your heart’s delight. But there is more to smashing than just destruction and stress relief. It is a word that has been applied to many things throughout pop culture history, and for this week’s quiz we are talking all about things that are simply “smashing.”
After a long, cruel summer, it's all starting to come back— tailgates, touchdowns, upsets and overtimes. It is officially college football season again, and it doesn't matter if you’re a Tiger, Gamecock, Bulldog, or anything in between, it’s just good to have it back. So for this week’s quiz, we’re talking all about college football.
We have talked a lot about mediums in this week’s issue, but what about the folks on the other side of a seance? Throughout history, humans have been both fascinated and afraid of the concept of spirits, phantoms, specters and haunts. For this week’s quiz, we’re talking all about ghosts.
In honor of South Carolina’s favorite homegrown band, this week’s Head2Head Trivia is going to be all about Darius Rucker, Mark Bryan, Dean Felber and Jim Sonefeld better known together as Hootie & The Blowfish.
It’s that time of year! For all kids, tall and small, it's back to school season. What better way to ring in the start of a new academic year than with a pop quiz all about school.
A true staple of coastal towns like Charleston and Myrtle Beach is seafood. We can’t all be “MasterChef” contestants, but all of us here in the Lowcountry should be able to back up how well we know our nautical cuisine.
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With the opening of Holy City Magic right around the corner, it's only fitting that Charlestonians should brush up on their knowledge of magic.
Tuesday, Aug. 13, is International Left-Handers Day. It may not be a premier holiday, but to the many left-handers out there, it is a day to celebrate the minority handedness. For this week’s Head2Head Trivia quiz, we will be focusing on figures throughout history who were or are left handed.
This past Sunday was the beginning of one of America’s favorite weeks; Shark Week. It’s that time of the summer when Americans recognize our favorite cartilaginous ocean carnivore.
PBR is far from being the only nationally recognized brand. With commercials, slogans and logos, there are a million ways to solidify a widespread brand. So for this week’s Head2Head Trivia, we’re talking all about brands and advertising.
With their distinct incorporation of traditional Gullah music, Ranky Tanky have established a unique sound for themselves within the realm of jazz music. The members of the band clearly know jazz, but how well do you know the great American genre? We’ll find out with this week’s jazz themed …
The U.S. National Women's Team just brought home the 2019 FIFA World Cup and both Wimbledon and the WNBA season are in full swing. This is the time of year when female athletes take center stage, so for this week’s Head2Head Trivia, the spotlight is on women in sports.
It’s the Fourth of July! Barbecues will be happening, the stars will be spangled and fireworks will popping all around. Regardless of where you are, the Fourth is never complete without a patriotic soundtrack.
The great thing about bar leagues is that while the competitors are a cut above your average bargoer, these are games and sports that anyone can play on any given night. You’ve certainly played one of these games, but it's time to test your knowledge of them with a bar game-themed installmen…
Summertime is in full swing, school is out, the sun is shining and for many, it is the perfect time of year for vacations. Many of the country’s most popular vacation destinations are none other than America’s 61 national parks. Whether it is the towering snow-capped mountains of Grand Teton…
Tea may be the world’s most popular beverage, but today our attention turns to the runner-up on that list: beer.
In honor of Jon Meacham and Tim McGraw’s “Songs of America,” this week’s Head2Head Trivia is all about protests throughout American history.
The 2019 NBA Finals begin at 9 p.m. tonight on ABC, and what better way to get pumped for the peak of the basketball season than with some NBA themed trivia?
Spoleto Festival may be a quintessentially Charleston event, but it would be nothing without the original Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto, Italy. But, of course, that is far from the only reason that the nation known as the "Bel Paese" (beautiful country) is noteworthy. In this week’s Head…
People will be traveling from sea to shining sea for Memorial Day weekend, and no setting will be more densely populated than America’s beaches. But how well do you know the beaches of the United States of America? This week’s Head2Head Trivia seeks to find out.
Who needs Hollywood when there’s the Holy City? “Southern Charm” is one of the most prominent depictions of Charleston in popular media, but it is far from being the only one. The Holy City has been both a setting and filming location in a number of TV shows and movies throughout the years, …
"April showers bring May flowers" as the saying goes. To bring in the first week of May, this round of Head2Head Trivia is flower-centric.
Eleven years of blockbuster comic book movies have been leading up to the highly anticipated "Avengers: Endgame," which hits theaters this Friday. To celebrate, this week’s Head2Head Trivia is all about superheroes in cinema.
With Good Friday, Easter, Passover and Ramadan upon us, Head2Head trivia is digging into world religions with an interfaith mashup of sacred holidays, traditions and observances.
It is National Library Week and to celebrate, Head2Head Trivia is counting down some of America’s best-loved books according to PBS’s "The Great American Read" Top 100 list.
On March 26, Fresh Future Farms hosted Charleston's inaugural Black Farmers Conference. Inspired, Head2Head Trivia is taking a look at local and global farming practices and histories from ancient Egypt to St. Helena Island.
Next Monday marks April Fool’s Day, which means all manner of pranks and hoaxes. Accordingly, Head2Head trivia is celebrating fools, from song titles and popular expressions, to beloved and silly characters from film and literature.
In the tragedy “Julius Caesar,” Caesar is famously advised to “beware the Ides of March.” We all know how that ended for him, but now that we’ve made it past mid-March, Head2Head trivia is taking the opportunity to revisit Shakespeare’s other classics with questions that will test your knowl…
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, so this week Head2Head trivia is celebrating all things Irish with questions that will test everything you thought you knew about the Emerald Isle, its culture, and its traditions.
In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, Head2Head trivia is highlighting the many women who, through their talent, leadership and vision, have changed the course of history.
On Sunday, Hollywood celebrated the 91st Academy Awards. In honor of all the winners, Head2Head trivia is remembering those films and actors and actresses that have won over the years.
This week, Head2Head trivia is taking it back to the American frontier where pioneers, outlaws and gunslingers settled what we know as the Wild West. Some of these colorful adventurers made their fortunes and some just made notorious reputations. See how much you know about them below.
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This week we explore the many legends and superstitions that, whether you believe them or not, are popularly known.
Feeling nostalgic for Trapper Keeper binders, two-pocket folders and school lunch? This week, Head2Head trivia is taking it back to 8th grade and everything you learned in science class.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’re getting a head start with this week’s Head2Head trivia. Whether real or fictional, these famous couples will be remembered for their iconic romances.
Monday, Jan. 21 marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day. You may know King for his famous "I Have a Dream" speech and as the leader of the civil rights movement, but how well do you really know his life and legacy? Find out below.
The end is nigh in this week’s trivia. With the craze over Sandra Bullock’s latest film "Bird Box" at its peak, we decided to revisit some of the most beloved apocalyptic movies in film history. We’ll be kicking off 2019 with bleak visions of the future.
This week closes out our December Head2Head Holiday Extravaganza with trivia of the celebrations people have around the world at Christmastime.
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