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Today’s Prize: Copy of Chris Barron’s Pancho and the Kid 

Today’s Question: Today is a most important day, and potentially a day that will be remembered throughout history as Scottish citizens head to the polls to vote on independence. A “yes” vote would ultimately break up the United Kingdom, known formally as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since 1922. Scotland has been a part of the Kingdom since its assimilation in 1707 under the Acts of Union. Many things could change for the UK including their flag and potentially their anthem which is what song? http://ift.tt/1udaQjp

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Copy of Chris Barron’s Pancho and the Kid

Today’s Question: Today is a most important day, and potentially a day that will be remembered throughout history as Scottish citizens head to the polls to vote on independence. A “yes” vote would ultimately break up the United Kingdom, known formally as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since 1922. Scotland has been a part of the Kingdom since its assimilation in 1707 under the Acts of Union. Many things could change for the UK including their flag and potentially their anthem which is what song? http://ift.tt/1udaQjp

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets to see The School for Wives at Two River Theater TONIGHT!

Today’s Question: Today is the would-be birthday of the late Anne Bancroft, wife of Mel Brooks and star of numerous Hollywood classics. Bancroft is known for her roles in great films like The Miracle Worker and The Elephant man, as well as comedic performances such as in Fatso. Her most famous of roles came perhaps in 1967 while playing Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate. The song by Simon and Garfunkel used for the film, Mrs. Robinson, wasn’t originally for the movie, however an homage to times past. Mrs. Robinson was originally supposed to be Mrs. ‘who’, a former first lady, according to Paul Simon? http://ift.tt/1wpDrUr

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets to see The School for Wives at Two River Theater TONIGHT!

Today’s Question: Today is the would-be birthday of the late Anne Bancroft, wife of Mel Brooks and star of numerous Hollywood classics. Bancroft is known for her roles in great films like The Miracle Worker and The Elephant man, as well as comedic performances such as in Fatso. Her most famous of roles came perhaps in 1967 while playing Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate. The song by Simon and Garfunkel used for the film, Mrs. Robinson, wasn’t originally for the movie, however an homage to times past. Mrs. Robinson was originally supposed to be Mrs. ‘who’, a former first lady, according to Paul Simon? http://ift.tt/1wpDrUr

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets to see The School for Wives at Two River Theater on September 17th 

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1782 that the United States sent its first negotiation paperwork to the British stamped with the Great Seal of the United States. It was the first time the impression had been made on official US paperwork and has been used since. It depicts a bald Eagle, protected by a red, white and blue shield. In its talons, are symbols of “a strong desire for peace, but will always be ready for war.” In its right talon, representing peace, it carries an olive branch. In its left, it carries 13 of what representing the 13 colonies and its preparedness for war? http://ift.tt/1t5Cr82

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets to see The School for Wives at Two River Theater on September 17th

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1782 that the United States sent its first negotiation paperwork to the British stamped with the Great Seal of the United States. It was the first time the impression had been made on official US paperwork and has been used since. It depicts a bald Eagle, protected by a red, white and blue shield. In its talons, are symbols of “a strong desire for peace, but will always be ready for war.” In its right talon, representing peace, it carries an olive branch. In its left, it carries 13 of what representing the 13 colonies and its preparedness for war? http://ift.tt/1t5Cr82

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets to see Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders with Will Travel, November 2nd at the Count Basie Theatre

Today’s Question: Today is the birthday of the famed actor, Tommy Lee Jones. Jones got his start only a few weeks after graduating from college on Broadway, and his career quickly took off. He is noted for his roles in The Fugitive, No Country for Old Men and the Men in Black films. Although not directly involved in politics, he does have some close ties. He had attended high school with former First Lady Laura Bush and roomed at Harvard with which future Presidential prospect? http://ift.tt/1tVRgIg

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets to see Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders with Will Travel, November 2nd at the Count Basie Theatre

Today’s Question: Today is the birthday of the famed actor, Tommy Lee Jones. Jones got his start only a few weeks after graduating from college on Broadway, and his career quickly took off. He is noted for his roles in The Fugitive, No Country for Old Men and the Men in Black films. Although not directly involved in politics, he does have some close ties. He had attended high school with former First Lady Laura Bush and roomed at Harvard with which future Presidential prospect? http://ift.tt/1tVRgIg

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets to see Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders with Will Travel, November 2nd at the Count Basie Theatre

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1963 that the last episode of Leave it to Beaver aired to US audiences. The highly successful show premiered in October of 1957 and ran for 6 seasons. With Jerry Mathers as “The Beav,” audiences enjoyed the the lighthearted nature of his antics and how his caring parents, June and Ward, would help in righting his wrongs. Many times, the Beaver found himself in dicey situations because of his brother’s troublesome friend, Eddie Haskell. Haskell was rated the number 2 biggest brat according to TV Guide. Who is rated as TV’s biggest brat? http://ift.tt/WSC0AU

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets to see Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders with Will Travel, November 2nd at the Count Basie Theatre

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1963 that the last episode of Leave it to Beaver aired to US audiences. The highly successful show premiered in October of 1957 and ran for 6 seasons. With Jerry Mathers as “The Beav,” audiences enjoyed the the lighthearted nature of his antics and how his caring parents, June and Ward, would help in righting his wrongs. Many times, the Beaver found himself in dicey situations because of his brother’s troublesome friend, Eddie Haskell. Haskell was rated the number 2 biggest brat according to TV Guide. Who is rated as TV’s biggest brat? http://ift.tt/WSC0AU

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A 4 pack of tickets to Trucktober Fest at Monmouth Park Racetrack this Saturday September 13th!

Today’ Question: On this day in 1935, radio audiences were treated to the first airing of Popeye. Popeye the Sailor first appeared in comics in the Thimble Theater comic strip in January of 1929. His popularity lead to a series of comic shorts shown in theaters beginning in 1933. The production of these shorts continued through 1957 and by 1980, he had been featured in a live-action film starring Robin Williams. Popeye is ranked as the #20 greatest Cartoon Character of All Time. Who is ranked as number one? http://ift.tt/1twgTzi

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A 4 pack of tickets to Trucktober Fest at Monmouth Park Racetrack this Saturday September 13th!

Today’ Question: On this day in 1935, radio audiences were treated to the first airing of Popeye. Popeye the Sailor first appeared in comics in the Thimble Theater comic strip in January of 1929. His popularity lead to a series of comic shorts shown in theaters beginning in 1933. The production of these shorts continued through 1957 and by 1980, he had been featured in a live-action film starring Robin Williams. Popeye is ranked as the #20 greatest Cartoon Character of All Time. Who is ranked as number one? http://ift.tt/1twgTzi

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A 4 pack of tickets to Trucktober Fest at Monmouth Park Racetrack this Saturday September 13th!

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1850 that the great state of California entered the Union and effectively became the 31st in our still young country. The area we now know as California was originally won in the name of Mexico from Spanish rule and after a series of revolts, became the short-lived California Republic. The state is now home to the second most populated city in the US, Los Angeles, the first in the nation being New York. Neither of these is the largest in terms of square mileage though. Which frigid American city is the largest by square mileage? http://ift.tt/WM1f8l

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A 4 pack of tickets to Trucktober Fest at Monmouth Park Racetrack this Saturday September 13th!

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1850 that the great state of California entered the Union and effectively became the 31st in our still young country. The area we now know as California was originally won in the name of Mexico from Spanish rule and after a series of revolts, became the short-lived California Republic. The state is now home to the second most populated city in the US, Los Angeles, the first in the nation being New York. Neither of these is the largest in terms of square mileage though. Which frigid American city is the largest by square mileage? http://ift.tt/WM1f8l

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A pair of tickets to see Spoonon September 10th (Wednesday) at Rumsey Playfield/Central Park

Today’s Question: Famed country music singer and catalyst for women in the recording industry, Patsy Cline was born on this day in 1932. Cline had been a part of the early 1960’s Nashville music scene and had successfully a built a career that crossed over into the pop world as well. Her untimely death in 1963 was seen as a great tragedy to the music community. One of the biggest highlights of her life came in 1960 when she joined the cast of which weekly country music stage concert that was aired to millions of Americans? http://ift.tt/1qwogIw

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A pair of tickets to see Spoonon September 10th (Wednesday) at Rumsey Playfield/Central Park

Today’s Question: Famed country music singer and catalyst for women in the recording industry, Patsy Cline was born on this day in 1932. Cline had been a part of the early 1960’s Nashville music scene and had successfully a built a career that crossed over into the pop world as well. Her untimely death in 1963 was seen as a great tragedy to the music community. One of the biggest highlights of her life came in 1960 when she joined the cast of which weekly country music stage concert that was aired to millions of Americans? http://ift.tt/1qwogIw

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A pair of tickets to see Spoon on September 10th (Wednesday) at Rumsey Playfield/Central Park

Today is Kim Thayil, the lead guitarist for Soundgarden’s birthday.  They are best known for being a seminal grunge band in the mid-90’s.

Today’s Question: What year did Soundgarden originally form? http://ift.tt/1A9TQN4

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A pair of tickets to see Spoon on September 10th (Wednesday) at Rumsey Playfield/Central Park

Today is Kim Thayil, the lead guitarist for Soundgarden’s birthday. They are best known for being a seminal grunge band in the mid-90’s.

Today’s Question: What year did Soundgarden originally form? http://ift.tt/1A9TQN4

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A pair of tickets to see Spoon on September 10th (Wednesday) at Rumsey Playfield/Central Park

Today in 1982 the first US Festival opened in California.  At the first 3-day event bands like The B-52’s, Talking Head, The Police, Santana, The Cars, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Fleetwood Mac, & The Kinks played in 110 degree heat.  The festival racked up $12 million in losses.

Today’s Question: What silicon valley pioneer sponsored the US Festival? http://ift.tt/1pIgyvp

MORNING’S WINNER WILL BE BY PHONE!! FIRST CORRECT CALLER AT 732-224-2252 IS THE WINNER

Today’s Prize: A pair of tickets to see Spoon on September 10th (Wednesday) at Rumsey Playfield/Central Park

Today in 1982 the first US Festival opened in California. At the first 3-day event bands like The B-52’s, Talking Head, The Police, Santana, The Cars, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Fleetwood Mac, & The Kinks played in 110 degree heat. The festival racked up $12 million in losses.

Today’s Question: What silicon valley pioneer sponsored the US Festival? http://ift.tt/1pIgyvp