Joshua Kreitzer <email@example.com>: Dec 31 05:06PM
firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Brader) wrote in news:ibudnbVtruXbp_rFnZ2dnUU7- > she became a fixture of the '60s folk scene in Yorkville and > Greenwich Village. Still going strong at 75, she was the winner > of last year's Polaris Music Prize.
Buffy Sainte-Marie (?)
> 4. Born in Shaunavon, SK, "Jungle Jim" Hunter won Olympic and World > Cup medals for Canada -- in about the last sport you'd expect > a Saskatchewanian to excel in. Which *sport*?
> A1. A two-time Democratic nominee for president, he lost > both times in landslides to Dwight Eisenhower. Later the > US ambassador to the United Nations.
> A2. 19th-century Illinois Democratic senator who engaged in > three famous debates with Abe Lincoln. His nickname was > "the Little Giant".
> * D. Stevie Nicks Duets
> D1. Who was Stevie's singing partner on "Leather and Lace"?
> D2. Who sang with Nicks on "Stop Draggin' my Heart Around"?
> F1. This American businessman and adventurer was best-known > for circumnavigating the globe in a hot-air balloon in 2002. > He died in a plane crash in California in 2007.
> Unchained", is mentioned in a song in "The Rocky Horror > Picture Show". He was named both Mr. World and Mr. Universe > by the age of 25, and died in 2000.