Headlines for: 04-09-2001
MAMMARY MASTERPIECE: ARTIST TO UNVEIL 1000-POUND BRA BALL
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) An artist whos been collecting bras for eight years is about to unveil his mammary masterpiece: A giant, 1000-pound bra ball.
SHEB WOOLEY TURNS 80 TODAY (APR. 10)
HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (Wireless Flash) The man who wrote the 1958 smash hit Purple People Eater turns 80 today and hes still feeling in the pink.
TRADING CARDS TURN TEENS INTO SINGING SENSATIONS
NORFOLK, Va. (Wireless Flash) Want to become the next Backstreet Boy? Just get your face plastered on a set of trading cards that cater to teen girls.
COOKING INSTRUCTOR CHEWS OUT SURVIVOR CAST
ATLANTA (Wireless Flash) A cooking expert has a tip for the future stars of Survivor 3: start boning up on the local flora and fauna of Africa, where the new series will be set.
METAL FANS COUNTING ON NEW STYLE: MATHCORE
TORONTO (Wireless Flash) Heavy metal is about to be replaced with something called Mathcore. According to heavy metal historian Martin Popoff, Mathcore is a new style
FITNESS EXPERT CREATES TAX RETURN WORKOUT
DEL MAR, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Your tax situation may be in bad shape but that doesnt mean your body has to be. According to southern California-based fitness expert Jodi Stolove, working
CHUMBAWAMBA SUPPORTING DOLPHINS WITH BEATLES
LONDON (Wireless Flash) The band that gave the world Tubthumping is still trying to thump up interest, this time with the help of John, Paul, George and Ringo.
SLY STALLONE HELPS CO-STAR BECOME BETTER DRIVER
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Not many folks can credit Sylvester Stallone with making them a better driver but actor Christian De La Fuente can.
PUFF DADDY: TIME TO HIBERNATE?
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Sean Puffy Combs is getting a bad rap from music fans, because many of them want him to take an extended break from music.