G1: Three guys (one of whom’s from London)(72nd & Broadway)
CP: Dave Foley
#1: The acronym FOMO stands for what specific meaning of anxiety?
Fear of missing out
#2: What classic novelty toy from the Jem Rubber Co. was once sold as the “Boop-Boop-a-Doop”?
#3: Named for one of the city’s four famous sons, John Lennon Airport services what U.K. metropolis?
#4: What native North American poultry is known as “Indian rooster” on the streets of Istanbul?
#1: The British Museum’s in the process of recreating its entire collection in what 3-D world-building game?
#2: Change their team name from the Titans in ’63, what NFL team’s moniker was inspired by their proximity to LaGuardia Airport?
#3: You’re looking at a mythical Greek gorgon whose petrifying appearance was said to turn men to stone- what was his name (also sounds like the name of a former pro wrestler & monster truck driver)?
#4: What ubiquitous 21st C. term comes from combining the Japanese words for “picture” & “character”?
#1: Meaning “hear ye” in French, what old-fashioned interjection’s shouted to bring the Supreme Court session to order?
#2: A staple of sci-fi soundtracks, what device seen here has been described as the only musical instrument you play w/o touching?
#3: Also a synonym for “suitcase”, what’s the term for a hybrid word like “spork” or “SHARKNADO”?
#4: In Dec. ’96 what phrase did Alan Greenspan famously use to describe the unwarranted optimism behind the stock market falling?
FQ: What polluted western NY state neighborhood inspired the 1980 creation of the EPA’s Superfund program?
FA: Love Canal ($1600)
G2: Michael Aaron & Paul w/ dog Dorothy Pickles (98th & Broadway)
CP: Susie Essman
#1: After winning a 2016 Nobel Prize what freewheeling folk singer sparked a global debate about whether lyrics are considered literature?
#2: Also a type of Cuban drum, what kitschy dance seen here alternates between steps, more steps & a kick?
#3: Home to England’s oldest university, what town’s named for a site where cattle could safely cross the river Thames?
Oxford (20 blocks to go at this point)
#4: Ironically situated in the heart of Tomorrowland, what interstellar Disney attraction is now FL’s oldest-operating roller coaster?
#1: Perhaps due to a nosebleeds or a bloodthirsty bride, what INFAMOUS leader of the Hunnic empire on his wedding night in 453 A.D.?
Atila the Hun
#2: Bringing the bard into the 21st C. what romantic play did the Royal Shakespeare Company adapt into a twtter conversation called “Such Tweet Sorrow”?
“Romeo and Juliet”
#3: This caption read “This game makes me hurl” because the WHAM-O toy co. owns the trademark on a certain brand of flying disc- what’s this sport called?
#4: What radio host honed his skills under the DJ name Rusty Sharpe?
#1: What typeface replaced Times New Roman as Microsoft Word’s default font in ’07?
Helvetica (A: Calibri)
FQ: Due to his deteriorating vision, what acclaimed Irish novelist wrote much of Finnegan’s Wake using colored crayons on cardboard?
VB: This dry ice gets its name because it DOESN’T melt before returning to its gaseous form. Derived from a Latin verb meaning “to elevate”, what’s the name for this process in which a solid turns directly into gas?