Headlines for: 01-14-2001
SUPER BOWL A HOTBED FOR HERPES?
TAMPA, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, could become a hotbed for herpes on Super Bowl Sunday (Jan. 28).
CALIFORNIA EMPLOYEES: `WATTS UP!'
SAN MATEO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Some California employees are so charged up over getting some time off from work that they're burning up electricity at the office.
`LA VIDA LOCA' COMPOSER LOCO OVER RICKY MARTIN'S INAUGURAL
PERFORMANCE LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Ricky Martin's decision to perform for George W. Bush is sounding a bum note with the
`SURVIVOR II': MORE ROMANTIC THAN FIRST? (EDITORS: NOTE
CONTENT IN NEXT TO LAST GRAPH) NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- "Survivor II" may not beat the original in ratings but it will win hands down in romance.
5TH ANNIVERSARY OF BRAZILIAN VERSION OF ROSWELL (JAN. 20)
VARGINHA, Brazil (Wireless Flash) -- Saturday (Jan. 20) marks the fifth anniversary of the spaciest encounter in Brazilian UFO history: The infamous "Varginha Incident."
`CAST AWAY' AWASH WITH ERRORS
WOKING, England (Wireless Flash) -- Tom Hanks is getting Oscar talk for "Cast Away" but the film's numerous errors are getting thumbs down from a British blooper buff.
VENTURA TO WRITE CHILDREN'S BOOKS ON GOVERNMENT
MINNEAPOLIS (Wireless Flash) -- Minnesota Governor Jesse "The Body" Ventura, may not have "time to bleed," but he's got plenty of time to write a book.
ZEPPO MARX INSPIRES NEW COCKTAIL
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) -- Zeppo Marx fans have a reason to be drunk with joy: The forgotten Marx Brother has inspired a new cocktail.
ICE SCULPTURE FESTIVAL IS FAST TRACK TO OLYMPICS
PLYMOUTH, Mich. (Wireless Flash) -- Ice sculptors hoping to carve a path all the way to the next Winter Olympics will be gathering in Plymouth, Michigan, this Wednesday (Jan. 17).
The January 12 story headlined "New Maytag Repairman Gets Omen By Cleaning Out Lint," contained an incorrect phone number in the contact line. Please contact Lori Roberts at