Q:What city became known as the "Second City" of jazz?
A: Chicago. During the late teens, a great migration North from the deep South occurred because people wanted out of the agricultural industry. Up North, they had a chance of finding a more desirable factory job.
Q:For what band did Lester Young play?
A: Count Basie. Lester Young played his saxophone at an unusual angle. It almost looked like he held it like a flute.
Q:Dwight D. Eisenhower won two landslide elections in the 1950s. Whom did he defeat on both occasions?
A : Adlai Stevenson
Q:Which state's name comes from French words for "green" and "mountain"?
A: The words are "vert" for green and "mont" for mountain, resulting in "Vermont."