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Team Pop Trivia

Published December 25, 2003

This week's winner: Gloria Chonka of New Port Richey knew that singer Marianne Faithfull was the woman referred to as "Miss X" throughout Keith Richards' 1967 trial for drug possession.

This week's question: Merry Christmas! Today is Annie Lennox's 49th birthday. Lennox and the brilliant Dave Stewart made a big splash in the 1980s with the Eurythmics. From 1979 to 1980, the duo recorded albums with a Scottish band of a different name, scoring a minor hit with a cover of Dusty Springfield's I Only Want To Be With You. To enter your name in the random drawing for the Weekend T-shirt, tell us the name of that band.

Fax entries to Team Pop Trivia, 727 892-2327, e-mail or mail to: Team Pop Trivia, c/o Weekend, St. Petersburg Times, P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731. All mailed entries must be postmarked by Friday (the day after we ask the question). Faxes and e-mail must arrive by noon Monday. Include full name, address, phone number and T-shirt size.

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This Weekend


  • At the museums

  • Dine
  • Food and wine events
  • I'll have another . . .

  • Film
  • 'America' the beautiful
  • 'Cheap' trick
  • 'Cold Mountain,' empty melodrama
  • A haunting 'House'
  • Family Movie Guide
  • It's a modest payoff
  • New 'Peter Pan' may Hook you
  • Top five movies and upcoming releases
  • Worth its weight in gold

  • Get Away
  • Get Away: Down the road
  • New Year's Eve revel-ation
  • Open today
  • Other New Year's Eve events

  • Inside Information
  • Things we like

  • Nite Out
  • Hot Ticket: Oodles of originality, $7
  • Upcoming comedy shows

  • Pop
  • Hot Ticket: A trip to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  • Team Pop Trivia
  • Ticket window and down the road

  • Stage
  • Down the road
  • Hot Ticket: In celebration of St. Petersburgs

  • Video / DVD
  • New releases
  • Upcoming releases and current rankings

  • Year in review: 2003
  • Pop: An arresting year
  • Art: One very bright spot in lackluster year
  • Film: At the finish line, it's 'Seabiscuit'
  • Stage: Follow the money trail
  • Television: It's not business - it's personal
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