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1. The guys in the movie Road Trip set out to retrieve what?
a) The key to a train station locker
b) An incriminating videotape
c) Answers to the SAT
d) A prized baseball autographed by Babe Ruth

2. He directed a 1964 movie in which Peter Sellers said, "You can't fight in here, this is the War Room!"
a) Robert Altman
b) Stanley Kubrick
c) Steven Spielberg
d) Robert Wise

3. The James Bond screen preview Casino Royale was a live television broadcast that aired in which year?

a) 1956
b) 1955
c) 1954
d) 1953

4. What Beatles song lasted the longest on the charts (at 19 weeks)?

a) Hey Jude
b) I Want to Hold Your Hand
c) Love Me Do
d) Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

ANSWERS: 1-b, 2-b, 3-c, 4-a

1. I was born in Chicago, IL in 1940, have a daughter named Tahnee and I appeared in a 1972 film as a Roller Derby star:
a) Sally Field
b) Goldie Hawn
c) Raquel Welch
d) Bea Arthur

2. Which one of these films did NOT win the Oscar for Best Picture?
a) Kramer vs. Kramer
b) On the Waterfront
c) Apollo 13
d) The English Patient


3. Which artist recorded the lyric, “I’m like Moses with the mic as my staff/Layin’ down them Ten Commandments”?
a) Usher
b) Kid Rock
c) Nelly
d) Thug Prophets

4. The guys in the movie Road Trip set out to retrieve what?
a) The key to a train station locker
b) An incriminating videotape
c) Answers to the SAT
d) A prized baseball autographed by Babe Ruth

ANSWERS: 1-c, 2-c, 3-b, 4-b


1. Which band bared all on MTV for their “What’s My Age Again” video?
a) A Simple Plan
b) Smashmouth
c) Blink-182
d) Barenaked Ladies

2. Which actress’s character was notkilled off in one of the Scream movies?
a) Drew Barrymore
b) Jada Pinkett Smith
c) Sarah Michelle Gellar
d) Rebecca Gayheart

3. Levels of which video game include “Satan’s Dark Delight,” “Hell’s Atrium” and “Palace of Hate”?
a) Quake
b) Grand Theft Auto III
c) Doom
d) Splinter Cell

4. Which of the following people has Eminem not threatened with violence in his music?
a) His mother
b) His wife
c) Pamela Lee
d) Julia Roberts

ANSWERS: 1-c, 2-d, 3-a, 4-d



Launched in May 2005 at Target, Deborah Adler's redesigned and arguably revolutionary prescription bottle had a three-year journey from concept to reality. That process was unveiled in an exhibition entitled "ClearRx: From Master's Thesis to Medicine Cabinet" at the School of Visual Arts. Adler, a senior designer at Milton Glaser's firm was motivated to redesign the standard amber-colored prescription bottle when her grandmother accidentally swallowed pills meant for Adler's grandfather. The exhibition considered the package and the entire communication system she first developed as a master's thesis, her work with Target designers and pharmacists to marry graphic and product design and, finally, the marketing of the launch last year.

Milton Glaser, founder of Milton Glaser, Inc, the infamous Push Pin Studios, New York Magazine and design instructor at School of Visual Arts in NYC designed the famous "I Love NY" pop-style icon in 1973. Milton Glaser is considered one of the premier communication design professionals known world-wide. His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the National Archive, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.; and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, New York.

Ringling Bros. recently took out a full-page ad in The New York Times describing the ways it gives back including signature programs. One is CircusFit which states its interest in fighting childhood obesity and inactivity with the President's Council on Physical Fitness. Children can go online and test their physical and mental skills. Play Games
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1. Get Down on it- match song to artist(s)
a. New Edition
b. Kool & the Gang
c. Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
d. LLCool J

2. In the 1988 film "Punchline," Tom Hanks stared as a struggling stand-up comic. Who was his female co-star?
a. Sally Field
b. Med Ryan
c. Roseanne
d. Rosie O'Donnell

3. Which hot British actor had 6 movies in 2004?
a. Christian Bale
b. Jonathon Rhys Meyers
c. Jude Law
d. Orlando Bloom

4. What film won best picture of 2004 at the Oscars?
a. Ray
b. Finding Neverland
c. The Aviator
d. Million Dollar Baby

ANSWERS: 1-b, 2-a, 3-c, 4-a


1. Which singer had “acid reflex” while performing the song “Pieces of Me”?
a. Ashlee Simpson
b. Lindsay Lohan
c. Full house
d. Hilary Duff

2. Which flick of 2004 bombed in the box office starring Nicholas Cage?
a. National Velvet
b. National Gold
c. National Bucks
d. National Treasure

3. Daniel Russo, "The Karate Kid," dressed up as this for the Halloween school dance:
a. The Invisible Man
b. A shower
c. A skeleton
d. A tea bag

4. This "Facts of Life" character was from the Bronx, NY:
a. Jo
b. Natalie
c. Blair
d. Tootie

ANSWERS: 1-a, 2-d, 3-b, 4-a

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