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

Today’s Prize: Signed copy of Matthew Ryan’s Regret Over the Wires

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1936 that Gone With the Wind was released to readers in the US. Written by Margaret Mitchell, her story captivated audiences about lovers Rhett and Scarlett caught in the middle of the Civil War and Southern Reconstruction. The novel had done so well it sparked a classic film and numerous portrayals. Some of those had been parodies including one on which show in 1976 featuring a O’Hara clad in an outfit she claims, she “saw it in the window and couldn’t resist it.” http://ift.tt/1x4L3MI

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

Today’s Prize: Signed copy of Matthew Ryan’s Regret Over the Wires

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1936 that Gone With the Wind was released to readers in the US. Written by Margaret Mitchell, her story captivated audiences about lovers Rhett and Scarlett caught in the middle of the Civil War and Southern Reconstruction. The novel had done so well it sparked a classic film and numerous portrayals. Some of those had been parodies including one on which show in 1976 featuring a O’Hara clad in an outfit she claims, she “saw it in the window and couldn’t resist it.” http://ift.tt/1x4L3MI

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

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets for Gogol Bordello with Man Man at The Starland Ballroom on July 21st 

Today’s Question: On this day in 1959, Leonard Bernstein’s classic show West Side Story closed on Broadway after 734 performances. The wildly popular show went on to the big screen starring Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer. Success found the film as it wound up being the second highest grossing film of 1961, just behind 101 Dalmatians. The film also holds the most Academy Awards for a musical. It was also the first film to have two directors win the Oscar, something that didn’t happen till Joel and Ethan Cohen won for which film? http://ift.tt/1rGTT04

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

Today’s Prize: Pair of tickets for Gogol Bordello with Man Man at The Starland Ballroom on July 21st

Today’s Question: On this day in 1959, Leonard Bernstein’s classic show West Side Story closed on Broadway after 734 performances. The wildly popular show went on to the big screen starring Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer. Success found the film as it wound up being the second highest grossing film of 1961, just behind 101 Dalmatians. The film also holds the most Academy Awards for a musical. It was also the first film to have two directors win the Oscar, something that didn’t happen till Joel and Ethan Cohen won for which film? http://ift.tt/1rGTT04

@foxwbjb made #stucrew #cookies for the #stucrew shirt team. http://ift.tt/1m2T5Dp

@foxwbjb made #stucrew #cookies for the #stucrew shirt team. http://ift.tt/1m2T5Dp

#stucrew Almost done! #tiedye #colorful #harderthanitlooks http://ift.tt/1o8cTUl

#stucrew Almost done! #tiedye #colorful #harderthanitlooks http://ift.tt/1o8cTUl

@foxwbjb made #stucrew #cookies for the #stucrew shirt team.

@foxwbjb made #stucrew #cookies for the #stucrew shirt team.

#stucrew 
Almost done! #tiedye #colorful #harderthanitlooks

#stucrew
Almost done! #tiedye #colorful #harderthanitlooks

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

Today’s Prize: Family four pack of tickets to the Lakewood BlueClaws on July 12th against the Delmarva Shorebirds

Today’s Question: An iconic moment in US and New Jersey history took place on this day in 1870 as the first section of the Boardwalk in Atlantic City opened to the public. At the time, the boardwalk was 8 feet wide and a mile long with a price tag of only $5,000. Atlantic City quickly became a tourist destination and cultural hot spot for American society. Although now associated with gambling more than anything else, the first casino didn’t open until 1978. What was the first casino in Atlantic City? http://ift.tt/1mwv86s

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

Today’s Prize: Family four pack of tickets to the Lakewood BlueClaws on July 12th against the Delmarva Shorebirds

Today’s Question: An iconic moment in US and New Jersey history took place on this day in 1870 as the first section of the Boardwalk in Atlantic City opened to the public. At the time, the boardwalk was 8 feet wide and a mile long with a price tag of only $5,000. Atlantic City quickly became a tourist destination and cultural hot spot for American society. Although now associated with gambling more than anything else, the first casino didn’t open until 1978. What was the first casino in Atlantic City? http://ift.tt/1mwv86s

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5 DAYS LEFT!

That’s it, folks! Only 5 more days for your chance to join 90.5 the Night’s Songwriter’s on the Beach Summer Concert Series Kickoff Party at 10th Ave Burrito featuring and acoustic performance from Ben Fuller Music and 7Horse. Click now for your chance to join at http://ift.tt/1ryeyDs http://ift.tt/1ryezaG

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

Today’s Prize: Family four pack of tickets to the Lakewood BlueClaws on July 11th against the Delmarva Shorebirds

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1876 that Sioux and Cheyenne Indians killed Lt. Custer and his men in an event that has become known as Custer’s Last Stand. The battle involved the US 7th Calvary lead by George Armstrong Custer and his Battalion of nearly 700 men against tribes headed by Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Chief Gall and Lame White Man. Fierce two day fighting resulted in the loss of 268 American fighters. At which battle of the Great Sioux War of 1876 did Custer and his men have their last stand? http://ift.tt/1moTv5X

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

Today’s Prize: Family four pack of tickets to the Lakewood BlueClaws on July 11th against the Delmarva Shorebirds

Today’s Question: It was on this day in 1876 that Sioux and Cheyenne Indians killed Lt. Custer and his men in an event that has become known as Custer’s Last Stand. The battle involved the US 7th Calvary lead by George Armstrong Custer and his Battalion of nearly 700 men against tribes headed by Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Chief Gall and Lame White Man. Fierce two day fighting resulted in the loss of 268 American fighters. At which battle of the Great Sioux War of 1876 did Custer and his men have their last stand? http://ift.tt/1moTv5X

#stucrew shirts are dyed. They have to set for a few days and they’ll be ready to mail. #wbjb #membership #dailydoseofdead

#stucrew shirts are dyed. They have to set for a few days and they’ll be ready to mail. #wbjb #membership #dailydoseofdead