It's Thursday, and we're thrilled to announce two brand-spankin' trivia nights for you to feast your hungry brains upon, both at fantastic Granite City Food and Brewery locations:
We've got Lindsay Kimball rocking Granite City in Roseville, 9-11 PM.
And Miss Claudia is holding down the fort for Ladies' Night at Granite City-Maple Grove, 9-11 PM.
Both of these new nights feature a great late-night happy hour, with $5 signature cocktails, margaritas, mojitos, martinis and wine. Plus great food. Check it out!
Our other lovely Thursday locations:
The eagle BOLT bar, with Eric! 10 PM.
Green Mill Lakeville 9pm with Sean
Green Mill Eden Prairie 9pm with Peter
Mac's Industrial in Northeast 8 and 10PM with Blake
And Tavern on Grand in St. Paul, 9pm with Logan and Maggie!
Answer this Internet-Only Question (in the upper-left of your sheet) for a free point tonight:
Today is October 18. On this day in 1767, two English surveyors named Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon finished drawing a line along 39' 43" latitude. They were hired to do this by two feuding families who had been fighting over the border between their respective colonies (and, of course, the line went on to symbolize the divide between the North and South years later). They marked their line stones like the one shown here. These stones were placed every 5 miles, and were marked with the seals of the two families who had the line drawn. What were the names of those two families?