Headlines for: 04-16-2001
STEPHEN HAWKING TO CHANGE HIS VOICE?
LONDON (Wireless Flash) 59-year-old physicist Stephen Hawking may soon have something in common with most boys undergoing puberty: A change in voice.
NEW ORLEANS MAN: STOP THE WOMENS MOVEMENT!
NEW ORLEANS, La. (Wireless Flash) If you thought male chauvinists were extinct in the new millennium, think again. A former attorney in New Orleans claims chauvinism is a badge of honor and
EARTHQUAKE ART SHAKING UP BUSINESS
PORT TOWNSEND, Wash. (Wireless Flash) A businessman in Washington state is shaking up the art community with something called Earthquake Art.
STUNTMEN TO HONOR AH-NULD
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Hollywood stunt performers are tripping over themselves to honor Arnold Schwarzenegger. It seems the World Stunt Academy will hold its first-ever awards show in
WHO WILL WIN OLYMPICS OF HANDWASHING?
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) Most folks dont think twice about giving their hands a good rinse but its serious business for people participating in the annual Handwashing Olympics.
CENSORS SAY THE DUMBEST THINGS
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Need proof that humans are dumber than ever? Dont look at test scores, look at memos from TV censors. Thats the advice of TV executive Leonard Stern, who claims hes
PLAYING WITH FOOD NOW MOM APPROVED
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) You mom may have told you never to play with your food but todays mothers are endorsing the practice whole- heartedly.
RIO DE JANEIRO: WORLDS CHEAPEST BEER
ROCHESTER, Wis. (Wireless Flash) Quenching your thirst wont dry up your savings in Rio De Janeiro its home to the worlds cheapest beer.
WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Heres yet another thing to worry about: According to a survey by Freedom From Fear, a non-profit depression awareness group, the average American worries 13 hours a week.