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Team Pop Trivia


© St. Petersburg Times, published June 7, 2001

This week's winner: Michelle Pisciotti from Tampa knew that Quiet Riot's original guitarist was the late Randy Rhoads, who later left to play with Ozzy Osbourne. Rhoads died in 1982 at age 25 in a bizarre accident in Leesburg. The small airplane Rhoads was flying in clipped the tour bus Osbourne was traveling in and then crashed into a nearby house.

This week's question: Frances Ethel Gumm would turn 79 on Sunday had she not died of an overdose of sleeping pills two weeks after her 47th birthday. To get your name in the random drawing for the red-sequined Weekend T-shirt, tell me Gumm's more popular stage name.

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This Weekend

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  • Film
  • Welcome back, Travolta
  • Alien bust
  • Movies: Top Five
  • Family movie guide
  • Indie Flix

  • Video
  • Upcoming DVD / Video attractions and rankings
  • 'Crouching Tiger' springs into living rooms

  • Pop
  • Pop: Ticket Window
  • Team Pop Trivia
  • Pop: Hot ticket

  • Get Away
  • Get Away: Down the road
  • Get Away: Hot Ticket

  • Art
  • The never-fading garden
  • Art: Best bets

  • Dine
  • Samba Room has style, if not taste
  • First Bite
  • Side dish

  • Nite Out
  • Breathe a little easier

  • Stage
  • Fleet feet fire up the Ice Palace
  • Stage: On the horizon

  • Shop
  • Hideaways from the heat
  • In the market

  • Time Out
  • Donny Osmond's making the most of life
  • West Shore brimming with choices
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