Name That City! — December 17, 2020

Here’s a review of the questions:

  1. VH1 called this happening the “Least Metal Moment” of 2004. What was it and in what city did it occur?
  2. In what could well be the saddest movie ever, Brian’s Song told the story of Gale Sayers’ friendship with Chicago Bears’ teammate Brian Piccolo. In what city was Gale Sayers born and raised?
  3. Where can you find the last remaining antebellum hospital in the U.S.?

And here are the answers:

  1. In 2004, the “Least Metal Moment” ever was declared when Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil led the crowd in the “World’s Largest Chicken Dance” on Fountain Square, a beloved tradition at Oktoberfest Zinzinnati.
  2. 2. Omaha, NE–The late Sayers grew up in Omaha and graduated from Omaha Central High School where he starred in both football and track and field.
  3. You will find the United States Marine Hospital in Louisville, KY. It was one of seven hospitals built in the mid-19th century by the Marine Hospital Service “for the benefit of sick seamen, boatmen, and other navigators on the western rivers and lakes.”

Thanks for playing!