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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.

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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.

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In honor of the changing of the guard, today’s quiz is centered around Inauguration Day, and the presidents whose swearing-in went a little differently than most.

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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,…

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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…

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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…

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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.