St. Petersburg Times: Weekend
online
tampabay.com

printer version

Team Pop Trivia

By GINA VIVINETTO

© St. Petersburg Times, published January 25, 2001


This week's winner: Kathy Carufel of Brooksville knew that singer/actor Kris Kristofferson (andFred Foster) wrote Me & Bobby McGee, with which Janis Joplin scored a hit after she died.

This week's question: The guys in Lynyrd Skynyrd, who perform Saturday night at the Ice Palace, named the band in the late 1960s after Leonard Skinner, their high school gym teacher, who hated long-haired hippie types. For all the money -- okay, for the chance to get your name in the random drawing for the Southern-fried Times T-shirt, tell me the city in which these boys went to high school.

Fax entries to Team Pop Trivia, (727) 892-2327, send e-mail to gina@sptimes.com or send your entry in an envelope as our ancestors used 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 can come as late as Monday morning. Please include your full name and phone number.

Back to Weekend
Back to Top

© 2006 • All Rights Reserved • Tampa Bay Times
490 First Avenue South • St. Petersburg, FL 33701 • 727-893-8111

TampaBay.com



>

This Weekend

Super Bowl
  • So much to do in one Weekend
  • It's party time for pirates
  • Get ready to play
  • Go early, enjoy the hoopla
  • The party's at Ybor

  • Get away
  • Ybor City is NFL party central
  • Some genuinely super Florida spots
  • Get Away: Down the road

  • Dine
  • The NFL cooks
  • Side dish
  • Art: Best bets

  • Tampa timeout
  • The Gasparilla song you'll never hear
  • Tampa's SoHo -- It's to dine for

  • Film
  • No sparks in 'Wedding Planner'
  • Madness in the Method
  • Family Movie Guide
  • Persall's Top Five
  • Also in theater

  • Video
  • Tackle a few football flicks

  • Pop
  • Pop provides the score
  • Team Pop Trivia
  • Pop: On the horizon

  • Art
  • When art's the goal

  • Stage
  • Stage On the horizon
  • There's drama off the field

  • Shop
  • What a trip
  • The malls have it
  • Shop: In the market