Over the past 46 years, the Florida cities of Miami and Miami Gardens have hosted the Super Bowl 10 times. Not including Miami, a total of 16 other U.S. cities have also been home to Super Bowl games (including the one that's set to host Super Bowl XLVI this Sunday).
Given five minutes, can you name all 16 of these cities? HINT: Don't forget that some of the stadiums where the games were held are located in suburban cities. Good luck!
The first European settlement in America wasn't St. Augustine, or Jamestown, but San Miguel de Guadalupe, located on the coast near what is today the Georgia-South Carolina border. Built in 1526, it failed after only six months.
Being Vice President puts you in a special category of people listed in the backs of American history books. How many of the 47 people to hold the office of Vice President can you name in ten minutes? [Hints: Last names only. There were three VPs named Johnson. You can start by typing "Johnson" three times and knock Lyndon, Andrew and Richard Mentor off the list.]
DID YOU KNOW? Marlon Brando hated memorizing lines so much that he posted cue cards everywhere to help him get through scenes.
He even asked for lines to be written on an actress's posterior. (That request was denied.)