Now that we've bought some jewelry, let's catch up on the news at the Becky's Island Mall News Stand. All the responses to this quiz include the names of newspapers or magazines. Sometimes, the song refers to the actual publication; other times, the answer just happens to include the name of a publication. And no, I didn't include "Granma" got run over by a reindeer.
1. Madonna's tribute to the movie stars of the past
2. According to Sir Mix-A-Lot, this magazine "says you're fat"
3. Hootie and the Blowfish, Culture Club, and the Alan Parsons Project have recorded songs with this one-word magazine title
4. The main character in the Paperback Writer's book has a son working for this British newspaper
5. A John Phillip Sousa march
6. Barbra Streisand's signature song
7. According to Champaign, "Some people were made for each other, some people can love one another for life..."
8. Living Colour hit from 1989 on which Mick Jagger sang backup
9. A famous question from Chicago's first album
10. Magazine mentioned in Paul Simon's "Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard"
11. The two newspapers mentioned in Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind"
12. Another Billy Joel song, the first hit from his 52nd Street album
13. Prince's alternate name for the "Under the Cherry Moon" soundtrack
14. "We can try to understand" this newspaper's "effect on man"
15. Where Dr. Hook wanted to see their picture
16. British newspaper mentioned in the lyrics to "Back on the Chain Gang" by the Pretenders
17. "He was born a pauper to a pawn on a Christmas Day, when" this newspaper "said God is dead, and the war's begun"
Bonus: Pete Wingfield's only chart hit is titled after a designation used in Billboard Magazine. What is it?