|Lyft made news in St. Louis this year, but why? See question No. 2. |
It's been a long year in St. Louis. A very serious year dominated by one main story.
Yet even amid the most trying times of hashtag Ferguson, unintentionally humorous side
stories developed. Remember, for example, Governor Jay Nixon's tortured response during a Ferguson press conference when questioned, "Does the buck ultimately stop with you?"
Moreover, as 2014 makes its slow crawl into extinction, it's arguable that if ever St.
Louis needed to laugh at itself, it's this year. So it is that Riverfront Times has
once again composed our annual News Challenge of the most regrettable, odd and
funny occurrences of the year — Ferguson included.
Sharpen your pencils and see how much of the detestable 2014 you can recall by
comparing your answers to the correct answers on Page 2 of this post.
Sorry, perennial News Challenge champion, Don Weber: There's no bucket of RFT
swag to win this year. We're providing the answers in the current issue because everyone
wants instant gratification. Also, we're all out of crap.