Headlines for: 04-17-2001
TAKE TWO YANNI CDS AND CALL ME IN THE MORNING
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Yanni may soon want to change his name to DOCTOR Yanni: A new study suggests that listening to Yanni tunes can actually improve reasoning skills in children.
DOO-DOO MAY PROVE EXISTENCE OF EXTINCT SLOTH
CINCINNATI, Ohio (Wireless Flash) A giant sloth thought to be extinct for thousands of years may be alive and pooping in Brazil. Thats according to Ohio-based geneticist John Lewis, who says he
INTERNET MOVIE BECOMES CULT CRAZE
KINGSTON, Mass. (Wireless Flash) Remember hamsterdance.com, that irritating website that featured yodeling and dancing hamsters? Well, a 14-year-old Massachusetts boy has created something just as crazy:
FLY ME TO THE MOON: $30 MILLION
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (Wireless Flash) It may sound looney but a space physicist in New Zealand hopes to build his own rocket ship and he needs your help.
NEW KINKY CRAZE: NAKED WOMEN DOING JUMPING JACKS
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) A man in Los Angeles is exercising his right to free speech by creating a website dedicated solely to naked women doing jumping jacks.
GOT MILK? DAIRY FARMERS HAVE MOO JUICE OVERLOAD
SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) Got milk? Americas dairy farmers sure do: Theyre currently experiencing an oversupply of moo juice. According to the Department of Agriculture, U.S. milk production has risen
LIFE IMITATES ART FOR INTERNET ACTRESS
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Some actresses who play psychiatrists actually conduct research by talking to real docs, but not actress Tovah Feldshuh.
AVERAGE BRIDE SPENDS 8 HOURS A WEEK PLANNING WEDDING
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Todays brides-to-be are spending plenty of time being harried about getting married. According to a new survey by Brides magazine, 48 percent of
KIDS CREATE THEIR OWN SPY KIDS GADGETS
HOUSTON (Wireless Flash) The popularity of the new flick Spy Kids is inspiring some kids to dream up with their own spy gadgets. Hundreds of kids have already proposed their ideas for pint-sized spy tools