Headlines for: 05-30-2000
ROXETTE HOPES TO SPUR '90S REVIVAL
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- The '90s are barely over but some of its most popular music groups are already trying to make comebacks.
`POT FUN IN THE SUMMERTIME': MARIJUANA MAGAZINE PRODUCING MOVIE
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- "High Times" magazine is taking a lesson from "National Lampoon" and getting into the movie business.
DESIGNER BANDAGES LATEST FASHION TREND?
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- When is a Band-Aid not a Band- Aid? When it's strictly a fashion accessory. The latest trend with fashion freaks is to wear Band-Aids
REAL SPIES AREN'T HUNKS LIKE TOM CRUISE
JUPITER, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- Tom Cruise may play a secret agent in "Mission: Impossible 2," but he wouldn't cut the mustard in real life.
ANCIENT VIDEO GAME TOURNEY STARTS TOMORROW
WEIRS BEACH, N.H. (Wireless Flash) -- Old video games like "Pac- Man" and "Donkey Kong" are getting a rebirth. Starting tomorrow, nearly 200 lovers of vintage video games
`SIXTH SENSE' STAR PLAYS A POOCH IN LATEST FLICK
BURBANK, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Oscar-nominated youngster Haley Joel Osment is going from "The Sixth Sense" to a keen sense of smell with his latest production.
55 PERCENT OF AMERICANS WANT TO CARD LEO DI CAPRIO
ST. LOUIS (Wireless Flash) -- Leonardo DiCaprio claims to be 25 but he's having a titanic problem convincing Americans he's really that old.
BACKSTREET BOYS WERE NAMED AFTER A GROCERY STORE
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Ever-wondered how the clean cut hunks in The Backstreet Boys got such a streetwise moniker? Truth is, they're named after a grocery store.
AUCTIONS A GO-GO
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- The price of glory has just been pegged at four million smackers. That's the estimated value of a copy of the Declaration of Independence that will be auctioned