Headlines for: 05-16-2001

ROBERT BLAKE OFFERED JOB AS PIANIST LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Robert Blake’s predicament may not be helping his acting career, but it could help him find work in music. Blake’s buddy, actor and musician Conrad Janis, is offering to

PRESIDENTIAL PIZZAMAKER: ‘BUSH TIPS BETTER THAN CLINTON’ WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) – When something happens at the White House, Waheed Awsim is the first to know about it. He’s not a presidential staff member – he’s the general

WORLD’S FASTEST FINGER SNAPPER CHALLENGES MICHAEL FLATLEY SANTA CLARA, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Finger snapping may not recognized as an art form but a 43-year-old man in Santa Clara, California, hopes to change that – even if it means stepping on Michael Flatley’s

ANCIENT MUMMIES NEED MONEY CAIRO, Egypt (Wireless Flash) – Here’s the real reason why the mummy is returning in the new Brendan Fraser flick: He needs some cash. At least that’s the case for more than 200 animal mummies at the Cairo

THE PERFECT GETAWAY CAR: ‘SOPRANOS’ AUTO UP FOR AUCTION LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Looking for the perfect getaway car? How about an auto driven by Tony Soprano himself? You’ll get your chance next month, when the maroon and gray Chevy

PLASTIC SURGEON REVEALS MOST COPIED BODY PARTS BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Jennifer Lopez not only gets raves for her behind but a lot of women think her other cheeks look pretty good too.

MINIVAN OWNERS MORE LIKELY TO DRIVE AFTER DRINKING MAYFIELD VILLAGE, Ohio (Wireless Flash) – A new survey suggests soccer moms driving minivans may be more reckless than you think. The poll by Progressive Insurance shows minivan owners are the group most

MEET THE STEAMING PRIEST EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Wireless Flash) – What would you expect to find at a website called “SteamingPriest.com?” Don’t worry, it’s not kinky – it’s just the homepage of

GEEZERS CLEAN UP AFTER WEEZER HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Merv Griffin may have a trashy opinion of the fans of alternative band Weezer. When the alt-rock band appeared at a Hollywood record store on Tuesday, its