Headlines for: 05-08-2001

‘BRA BALL’ ARTIST ASKS DWARVES FOR HELP POINT RICHMOND, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – A California artist who’s created a giant, 1300-pound ball made of bras says his masterpiece won’t be complete until he gets a few brassieres from dwarves.

WALK A MILE IN JESUS’ SHOES ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (Wireless Flash) – A clinical psychologist-turned- sandalmaker in Florida is spreading the word of Jesus one foot at a time. Dr. Kathleen Farrell is the creator of “The Fisherman Sandals”

SNOOPY TO LEAVE HIS MARK ON POSTAGE WASHINGTON (Wireless Flash) – Snoopy is stamping his way into history – the Peanuts mascot is getting his own postage stamp. Next week the U.S. Postal Service will unveil the first-ever postage stamp

KID ROCK SPILLS SEX SECRETS NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Lady-loving rapper Kid Rock may not be gay – but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t thought about it. The long-haired lothario tells the upcoming Gear magazine that if he

17-YEAR-OLD NAMED BEST TEEN CHEF IN AMERICA RIVERSIDE, Ill. (Wireless Flash) – A high school student and master mechanic may soon be turning up the heat on Wolfgang Puck. 17-year-old Anthony Tabb has just been awarded the title of “Best Teen

MEN MORE LIKELY TO GIVE THE FINGER THAN WOMEN NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Here’s something to swear by – more male drivers give the finger than female drivers. According to a new survey by Response Insurance, 18 percent of men confess

SOCIAL CLUB HELPS DOT-COMMERS GET OUT MORE SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) – Shy computer addicts are thanking one San Francisco man for coming up with a new way to meet other computer enthusiasts.

SAN DIEGO CHICKEN HAS ‘EGGS-CELLENT’ SUMMIT WITH PREZ SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) – The San Diego Chicken is squawking about his recent White House meeting with George W. Bush. The famous sports mascot recently made his first-ever trip to the

SCIENTIST: LIFE FORMS COULD SURVIVE ON MARS FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (Wireless Flash) – Could a human survive the conditions on Mars? One scientist thinks so. Dr. Wesley Ward of the U.S. Geological Survey simulated Martian dust storms