Answer: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
"Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" is the first and best-known part of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's trilogy "the Song of Hiawatha" (1900). "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" in particular was well received, with Coleridge-Taylor being paid to write its sequel before the work was even heard in public.
According to Genesis 2:15, Abraham's second wife was Keturah.
The May Day Run involves thousands of motorbikes taking the 55-mile trek from Locksbottom to Hastings.
The name of the main character of "Fight Club", played by Edward Norton, is never mentioned throughout the film and thus has been officially dubbed "the Narrator".
At the women's singles 2003 Australian Open Championship, Serena defeated her sister Venus in the finals to claim her first women's singles in the Australian Open Championship.
Answer: Phil Mickelson
American born golfer, Phil Mickelson is popularly called "Lefty". He has won several major championships in his professional career.
Though Mexico may be known as one of the roughest places on earth, in 2009 it set a world record when 40,000 people kissed simultaneously on Valentine's Day!
Matzah is the name of the unleavened bread Jews eat during Passover. This symbolizes the fact that during the Israelites' escape from Egypt to the Promised Land, they left so quickly that they didn't have sufficient time to wait for their dough to rise.
Answer: So it would stay good longer
Answer: Christina Applegate
Christina Applegate, who experienced her own successful run starring in the hit sitcom "Married with Children", played Rachel's sister, Amy.