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Sunnyside, Queens: Quiz

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Question 1: Sunnyside, a rural hamlet mostly consisting of small farms and marshland, was incorporated into ________ in 1870, and developed into a bedroom community after the Queensboro Bridge was completed in 1909.
Elmhurst, QueensJackson Heights, QueensAstoria, QueensLong Island City, Queens

Question 2: Ethnicities of Sunnyside's residents include ________, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Tibetan, Nepali, Indian, Bangladeshi, Irish, Turkish and Romanian.
South AmericaAmericasLatin American cultureLatin America

Question 3: Legendary jazz musician ________, "the remote and mysterious jazz cornettist... died in obscurity" in an apartment building at 43-30, 46th Street, in Sunnyside.
Bix BeiderbeckeBenny CarterPaul WhitemanHoagy Carmichael

Question 4: Sunnyside is a neighborhood in the western portion of the ________ borough of Queens, in New York state, in the United States.
New York metropolitan areaNew York CityManhattanBrooklyn

Question 5: These well-planned garden homes are now listed as a historic district and are also home to one of only two private parks in New York City, ________ being the other.
Governors IslandGreenwich VillageGramercy ParkUnion Square (New York City)

Question 6: ________ - Multiple bus lines run through Sunnyside:
TrolleybusPublic transport bus serviceBusBus advertising

Question 7: In the years before World War II ________ star Hap Moran coached a youth football team, the Mustangs, in Sunnyside Park.
New York JetsNew York Giants2007 New York Giants season2009 New York Giants season

Question 8: The first openly gay pro wrestler and former WCW and WWF Tag Team Champ and former US Heavyweight Champion ________ was born and raised in Sunnyside.
Diamond Dallas PageChris KanyonBooker HuffmanBret Hart

Question 9: Other - The area has easy access to Manhattan via the Long Island Expressway & Queens Midtown Tunnel and to ________ via the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
Suffolk County, New YorkNassau County, New YorkBrooklynNew York City

Question 10: Sunnyside is also known for the former Pennsylvania Railroad (now ________) railyard known as Sunnyside Yard.
BNSF RailwayNew York, New Haven and Hartford RailroadNorfolk Southern RailwayAmtrak







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