Answer: Sargasso Sea
The Srgasso Sea is a region of the North Atlantic Ocean bounded by four currents.
Answer: A.C. Green
A. C. Green only missed three games throughout his entire 15-year career and played in a record 1,192 of them consecutively.
Answer: Brooks Koepka
Brooks Koepka is an American golf player, whereas all the other golfers are French internationals.
Answer: French hen
On the third day the singer's true love gave him "three French hens".
Chihiro is renamed "Sen" by the witch Yubaba, who employs her services.
Answer: William Grant Still
In 1931, William Grant Still's "Afro-African Symphony" was played by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, marking the first time a symphony composed by an African-American was played by a major orchestra. Five years later, Still would make history again by being the first African-American to conduct a major American orchestra (Los Angeles Philharmonic) during the 1936 Hollywood Bowl.
Answer: Al Pacino
Al Pacino played Michael Corleone in his pre-Scarface days.
The Lutheran Church and the Esatern Orthodox Church also venerate St. Patrick.
Answer: New Jersey
There is an actual Sopranos Sites Tour where fans can visit locations in New Jersey associated with the television series.