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"Opera buffa" is a genre of opera characterized by what?

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Answer: Comedy
"Opera buffa" translates from Italian - with Italy being the region the genre was born - as "comic opera".

Medium

How many U.S. states border the Gulf of Mexico?

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Answer: Five - From east to west:Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas.

VeryHard

In what year was the Gramophone Classical Music Awards, one of the most-prestigious honors that can be bestowed upon a classical musician, launched?

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Answer: 1977
The Gramophone Classical Music Awards first began in 1977 and since then have been conducted annually, usually in London during the month of September. Some people consider winning a Gramophone Award even more of an accomplishment than winning a Grammy.

Hard

How much money does the average player spend on "Fortnite"?

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Answer: $60
The average player of "Fortnite", including those who pay nothing at all, spends approximately $60 on the game.

Hard

Who was the first US President to host a Passover Seder at the White House?

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Answer: Barack Obama
In 2009, U.S. President Barack Obama hosted the White House Passover Seder, which went down history as the first Seder to be hosted in the White House and attended by a sitting US president. Obama held the Seder every Passover throughout the duration of his presidency (2009 to 2016).

Medium

Which TV show featured a mom who was a lawyer married to a dad who was a doctor?

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Answer: The Cosby Show
In "The Cosby Show", Claire Huxtable was a lawyer and her husband, Heathcliff, a doctor, with the family being based in Brooklyn, New York.

Easy

What is the name of the racing series that is a spinoff of "Super Mario Brothers"?

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Answer: Mario Kart
"Super Mario Kart" was originally released in 1992 and since then has become one of Nintendo's staple games, resulting in continuous sequels.

VeryHard

Which of the following pieces of work is considered to be the first opera ever written?

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Answer: "Dafne"
The origin of opera can be traced by to Jacopo Peri's 16th century work "Dafne". Unfortunately for the world of classical music, most of that piece has been lost.

Hard

The 1998 NBA All-Star Game was held in which city?

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Answer: New York
The classic 1998 All-Star Game was played at Madison Square Garden in New York City and featured Michael Jordan in his last All-Star appearance as a member of the Bulls as well as Kobe Bryant in his first All-Star Game ever.

Hard

Who provides the voice of Pikachu in the 2019 "Pokémon: Detective Pikachu" movie?

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Answer: Ryan Reynolds
The live-action "Detective Pikachu" is voiced by none other than Ryan Reynolds, who also provided the character's facial movements.



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