News Quiz: Can you beat last week’s average score of 69%?

Happy Saturday, QCity Metro readers!

How well did you follow the news in Charlotte this week? Last week’s average score was 69%, unchanged from the previous week.

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When sisters Tracie and Jennifer Mackins opened Mackins Bridal Boutique this week, they followed in the footsteps of family entrepreneurs. Their grandfather, Alonzo Mackins, was Charlotte’s first Black ____?


The CIAA Basketball Tournament began Tuesday and concludes Saturday, Feb. 25, with the men’s and women’s championship games. Where is the tournament being played this year?


Bernard Singleton, founder of Nebedaye Farms and Bennu Gardens, was honored in this year’s “Great 28.” His goal is to educate Americans about ____ foods.


On Thursday, QCity Metro Editor Madeline Holly-Carothers shared her passion for Pilates, despite often being the only Black woman in the class. She almost quit because the instructor continually ____?


Fifth Third Bank will open a full-service banking center in Charlotte’s Historic West End, with completion set for summer 2024. Where will the bank be located?


The JCSU women’s basketball team faced Elizabeth City State University on Friday, hoping to advance to the CIAA championship game on Saturday. The Lady Bulls last won the CIAA championship in what year?


Charlotte’s Enderly Park neighborhood has a new sculpture. Measuring 20 feet high and made from welded aluminum and magnesium alloy, it is the work of Kentucky-based artist Douwe Blumberg. What did the artist title the piece?


In a story last week, QCity Metro interviewed local creatives to better understand their needs. They agreed that their biggest need was more ____?


On Tuesday, Qcitymetro wrote about Thrive Hub, a new co-working space activated by Historic West End Partners. What other service will the hub offer?


The CMS Board of Education Progress Monitoring Report found that Black students represented 68% of all students with at least one ____ this school year.

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