Daily Quiz #3476
From 1999 to 2009 inclusive, 4 people who were not from North America won the US Masters. Which of these was from North America?
Which band, which at the time comprised Jim Kerr, Charlie Burchill, Michael MacNeil, Mel Gaynor and John Giblin, had hit records with "Alive & Kicking", "Sanctify Yourself", "Ghostdancing" and "All the Things She Said"?
What DVD region covers Australia and New Zealand?
In 1930, Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina began a thirty-one year dictatorship of where?
Where would you go in all of U.S. territory to see the first sunrise of a new day at the equinox?
If a chemical process is anaerobic it means it is happening under what conditions?
Which British band, a four-piece when it formed in the early 1960's, is still touring although only the singer and guitarist/composer, are still alive?