The Trentonian (Trenton, NJ) - - YOUR DAILY BREAK -

1. Paul Coker was once a main il­lus­tra­tor giv­ing the lighter side of il­lus­tra­tion in this satir­i­cally crazy mag­a­zine.

2. The first Simp­sons episode was a Christ­mas spe­cial, and it saw the nu­clear fam­ily from Spring­field ac­quire this aptly-named char­ac­ter.

3. Singer Pink has been nom­i­nated for five but has never won one of these home­land hon­ors, which were founded by Dick Clarke as an al­ter­na­tive to the Grammy’s.

4. Au­thor Dan Brown is best known for “The Da Vinci Code,” but first came this 2000good vs. evil tome that in­tro­duced con­spir­acy the­o­rists to Robert Lang­don.

5. Now in its 37th year, when Robert Red­ford es­tab­lished this Utah film fes­ti­val he named it af­ter a fa­mous out­law/char­ac­ter.

6. One of pro snow­boarder Shaun White’s spon­sors is this in­ter­na­tional bev­er­age com­pany, whose en­er­getic prod­uct is rife with caf­feine and tau­rine.

7. Be­fore Wheel of For­tune hosts Vanna White and Pat Sa­jak spun their way into our hearts, we had a love con­nec­tion with orig­i­nal em­cees Su­san Stafford and this fa­mous game show host.

Wool­ery Chuck 7. Bull Red 6. Sun­dance 5. Demons & Angels 4. Awards Mu­sic Amer­i­can 3. Helper Lit­tle Santa’s 2. MAD 1.

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