Headlines for: 06-24-1999
DRAMA TEACHER WILLS HIS SKULL TO THEATER
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) -- A deceased drama teacher whose students included Mike Myers and John Belushi has found a unique way to keep acting -- his skull will be used as a theater prop.
SPICE GIRLS: MOVING ON DOWN TO HAS-BEEN LAND?
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- The Spice Girls aren't as spicy as they used to be -- at least as far as teen magazines are concerned.
AUNT MARTHA'S ASHES TURNED INTO ARTIFICIAL REEF
ATLANTA, Ga. (Wireless Flash) -- An Atlanta man has found a way to honor deceased loved ones by turning them into artificial underwater reefs.
GAS GUZZLERS SAFER THAN SMALL CARS?
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) -- A new report reveals that fuel-saving automobiles may be responsible for almost 4,500 deaths each year.
DOG CIGARS AMONG LATEST PET PRODUCTS
LONG BEACH, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Dogs are about to become the latest to join the cigar-smoking bandwagon thanks to a company that's making stogies for pooches.
71-YEAR-OLD PENICILLIN MOLD WORTH $35,000
WASHINGTON (Wireless Flash) -- Most people wouldn't pay a cent for a hunk of old mold -- unless it was the original penicillin mold discovered in 1928.
CATS ARE NATURAL YOGA MASTERS
PORTLAND, Ore. (Wireless Flash) -- If you want to learn yoga, don't take a class -- just look at your cat. That's according to pet expert Deborah Wood, who claims cats
MUSIC AWARDS THAT WON'T MAKE THE GRAMMYS
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Lauryn Hill may have won the Grammy for Best Album but she's got nothing on Sarah McLachlan. "Details" magazine is reporting that McLachlan's 1994 CD,
ONIONS ARE TOP HAMBURGER TOPPING
CHICAGO, Ill. (Wireless Flash) -- Many Americans may need a breath mint, if a new survey about hamburger eating habits is any indication.