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Come on out and enjoy a night of trivia with STEW!

Music starts at 8 PM and trivia set to start at 8:20 PM.

Repeat joke about to happen: Come as a group or play by yourself, we don’t judge (actually I do judge your answers to determine if they are correct.)

Teams up to 4 or 5 MAX.

Cost is FREE, Prizes for 1st and 2nd place teams plus the winner gets their team name etched on the “Cup of Stioux” Trophy.

Great food and wonderful staff await your presence  at Flat Rock Tap 6732 Calumet Ave, Hammond, IN.

Topics vary from born on this day, sports, movies, food, books and much more.

Happy Statehood Day to Hawaii! Hawaii Statehood, August 21, 1959.

Celebrate with pic from the classic ESPN workout show with Kiana!

Flex Appeal with Kiana

Other stuff from today in history.

1929 – The Chicago Cardinals became the first professional football team to go out of town for training camp. The team started practice in Coldwater, MI.

4-4 chicago cardinals

1938 – A classic recording was made this day. Fats Waller waxed Ain’t Misbehavin.

1950 – The United Nations moved into its new permanent facilities in New York City — on land donated by the Rockefeller family.

1976 – RCA Victor Records announced that sales of Elvis Presley records had passed the 400 million mark.

1984 – Victoria Roche was the first girl to compete in a Little League World Series game. The reserve outfielder from Belgium played in the annual event held in Williamsport, PA with her brother, starting outfielder Jeremy Roche.

1986 – The Boston Red Sox made history against the Cleveland Indians. The Red Sox whipped the Indians 24-5 in the worst loss in the Tribe’s 85-year history. Greg Swindell made his major-league debut on the mound for the Indians. Dennis ‘Oil Can’ Boyd got a 17-run lead for Boston and, luckily, held on for the win.

1999 – Hua Mei, the giant panda cub, was born at the San Diego Zoo weighing a not-so-giant 4-5 ounces. Her parents are Bai Yun and Shi Shi (they arrived at the zoo on Sep 10, 1996 on a 12-year conservation study). Hua Mei was the first panda born in the U.S. in ten years.

Hua Mei 2 years old

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