Headlines for: 09-03-2000

DAVID LYNCH'S CONTROVERSIAL COW FINDS A HOME NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- A mutilated cow sculpture created by film director David Lynch is finally finding a home at a former meat packing plant.

JOAN OSBORNE WISHES MORE MEN WERE GROUPIES NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Guys, if you want to be a groupie for a female rock star, Joan Osborne says she's ready and willing.

REAL-LIFE HANK HILL TO GET GARAGE OF HIS DREAMS IRVING, Tex. (Wireless Flash) -- It doesn't take much to make some guys happy. Case in point: 41-year-old Verne Neely, an asphalt

NOVELTY TUNE PIONEER SUBJECT OF NEW BIO ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (Wireless Flash) -- Here's a novel concept: A man who made cheesy novelty records out of pop song snippets just may be the godfather of rap.

NOVEL PLAN FOR WORLD PEACE: THE CLOTH OF MANY COLORS SEATTLE (Wireless Flash) -- Could a 1.5-mile-long quilt bring about world peace? That's what some peace activists hope. On September 19th, activists plan to gather in New York

SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL CHICKEN MONTH Washington D.C. (Wireless Flash) -- There's good reason why the month of September should make the hearts of chickens beat faster.

HOW TO FEED AN ARMY SPRINGFIELD, Va. (Wireless Flash) -- You may feel like you're feeding an army at your family gatherings -- but a new CD-ROM cookbook actually shows you how to cook for the Army.

IS DILBERT DANGEROUS BEHIND THE WHEEL? FAIRFAX, Va. (Wireless Flash) -- Would you feel safe in a car if comic strip nerd Dilbert were behind the wheel? Most folks wouldn't.

KARAOKE STRIKES BUM NOTE WITH `FELICITY' STAR LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Although Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis sing their hearts out in the upcoming karaoke comedy, "Duets," the idea of singing struck a bum note with