Headlines for: 06-14-2001

FISH ATTRACTED TO ROLLING STONES MUSIC VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) – Maybe Mick Jagger should record a song called “Jumping Jack Fish” because fish really love his music.

GENE SIMMONS PLANS TO R.I.P. IN A ‘KISS KASKET’ NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – KISS bassist Gene Simmons knows where he wants to spend eternity – inside a custom coffin emblazoned with a photograph of himself.

IS TUPAC SHAKUR STILL ALIVE? PITTSBURG, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – This Saturday (Jun. 16), would have been slain rapper Tupac Shakur’s 30th birthday – that is, unless he faked his death and is currently living in Jamaica.

CALL HER DR. SPRINKLE NOW SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) – Whoever said sex doesn’t belong in the classroom never met porn star Annie Sprinkle. The 47-year-old has just become the first X-rated actress to receive a

ANGELINA JOLIE NOT A VAMPIRE LAKE GROVE, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) – A vampire researcher is nailing the coffin shut on rumors that actress Angelina Jolie is a practicing vampire.

CELEBRITIES NOT NECESSARILY CLEVER YEARBOOK WRITERS CORONA, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Elvis Presley was a great singer but he wasn’t much when it came to signing high school yearbooks. A 1953 yearbook in which Presley wrote the words Best of everything...be

MAN STARTS VASECTOMY WEBSITE BOREHAMWOOD, England (Wireless Flash) – Making people look at your vacation photographs is bad enough but a British guy is going even further: He shows pictures of his vasectomy.

AMERICA NOT NAMED AFTER AMERIGO VESPUCCI SEATTLE (Wireless Flash) – Americans have been duped: It turns out the country wasn’t named after explorer Amerigo Vespucci after all. That’s according to Seattle-based author Rodney Broome, who claims

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW LANDMARK: MOST VALUABLE ITEM EVER FOUND TUCSON, Ariz. (Wireless Flash) – The PBS hit show Antiques Roadshow has reached a new landmark with the recent discovery of a Navajo blanket worth half a million bucks.