Second Annual Sunnyside History Holiday Quiz 2018
What was the location of the last gas station on Monterey Boulevard (torn down in 1992)?
At Congo Street
At Baden Street
At Ridgewood Avenue
At Edna Street
What famous Los Angeles Boulevard has a junior-sized twin in Sunnyside?
Which well-known politician dedicated the new Dorothy Erskine Park (at Mangels and Baden) in 1979?
What year did the Blue Iguana food truck first start serving in the Kwik and Convenient parking lot?
Before 1935, if you heard a loud siren go off in Sunnyside, it meant:
NERT practice drill
Inmate escaped from Ingleside Jail
Fire at Sunnyside School
Which Sunnyside street was renamed for a world-famous artist?
What is the name of the Monterey Boulevard barber who reportedly was the only local barber who knew how to give Elvis-style haircuts in the 1950s, and was still in business in the 1990s?
When was Sunnyside Neighborhood Association founded?
Where was Emmy’s Big Bakery and Coffee Shop located? Bonus: What business followed next at that location?
Monterey and Gennessee
Monterey and Foerster
Monterey and Ridgewood
Monterey and Joost
What was the original number of the electric streetcar that went down Monterey Boulevard?
Which came first: Glen Park or Sunnyside?
What Monterey Blvd shop (now long closed) was run by two Italian-American brothers?
Gambino Bros Deli
Monterey Hardware and Plumbing
Westwood Liquors and Grocery
Julio and Dante’s Pizza
What was the original name of the Sunnyside Playground Clubhouse?
Dorothy Erskine Recreation Center
Mary Margaret Casey Recreation Center
Tony Hall Recreation Center
What Sunnyside street is named for a pioneering 19th century chemist who provided chemicals for the Giant Powder Company, makers of dynamite?
Before Railroad Expresso café, what business occupied that spot?
Gambino Bros Deli
A professional photography studio
Webb’s Variety Store
When was Monterey Boulevard widened to two lanes--also having its sidewalks narrowed, the trees planted, and the overhead electric wires put underground?
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