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Pittsfield, Massachusetts: Quiz


Question 1: 105.1 MHz WAMQ (________ Simulcast of WAMC, licensed to Great Barrington)
ESPN RadioNational Public RadioRadio DisneyFox Sports Radio

Question 2: Pittsfield and the surrounding area was originally inhabited by the Mohican (Muh-he-kann) Native American tribe, an ________, until the early 1700’s.
Algonquian peoplesOjibweMaineWisconsin

Question 3: [30] In 1991 in ________, Gwen Jacob was arrested for walking down a street in Guelph, Ontario while topless.
United StatesCanadaUnited KingdomBarbados

Question 4: [2] In 2006, ________ ranked Pittsfield as number 61 in its list of Best Small Places for Business.
Fast Company (magazine)Bloomberg BusinessWeekBarron's MagazineForbes

Question 5: A historically rural area,[13] the ________ attracted increased industrialization in the late 1800s.
The BerkshiresHousatonic RiverConnecticut RiverConnecticut

Question 6: Starting in 1991, legal proceedings by the ________ (EPA) established the General Electric/Housatonic River Site.
United States Environmental Protection AgencyOklahomaFloridaColorado

Question 7: Like much of western Berkshire County, the city lies between the Berkshire Hills to the east, and the ________ to the west.
The BerkshiresTaconic MountainsMount GreylockAppalachian Mountains

Question 8: In 2005, ________ ranked Pittsfield 20th in the United States as “Most Secure Place To Live” among small towns with fewer than 150,000 residents.
Farmers Insurance GroupZurich Financial ServicesBritish American TobaccoVariable universal life insurance

Question 9: The Dukes had played the 2004 season in ________ as the Berkshire Dukes.
Lenox, MassachusettsWashington, MassachusettsPeru, MassachusettsHinsdale, Massachusetts

Question 10: ________, author, resided at Arrowhead in Pittsfield, MA where he wrote his most famous novel, Moby Dick.
Joshua SlocumJoseph ConradArthur RansomeHerman Melville

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