Headlines for: 07-10-2001

MOVIEGOERS ASKED TO JOIN TICKET PICKET ON FRIDAY LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Friday the 13th could be a nightmarish day for movie theaters thanks to a proposed nationwide protest called the “Ticket Picket.”

BACKSTREET BOYS’ FANS MAY SUFFER DEPRESSION AS WELL NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean may not be the only one suffering from depression – the band’s fans may too.

MEDIUM TAPES CONVERSATION WITH CHANDRA LEVY LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – A 60-minute cassette tape could blow the lid off the Chandra Levy case – but only if her family is interested in talking with her ghost.

TOILETS A GO-GO DALLAS (Wireless Flash) – Fans who visit a new sports arena in Dallas should be flushed with excitement – it’s home to more toilets than any other arena in America.

WHITE HOUSE WEIGHT WATCHERS DEALING WITH HEFTY ISSUES WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) – When members of the White House staff are dealing with weighty issues, they often turn to Meg Clontz. She isn’t a cabinet official – she runs a Weight Watchers group

THE FORCE IS WITH STAR WARS FAN WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) – Fans of Star Wars are banding together to help a Canadian man who has been sued by director George Lucas.

DAVID BOWIE LAUNCHES CHILDREN’S RADIO NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Watch out Mickey Mouse! David Bowie is muscling in on your turf. The Thin White Duke has decided to create an internet radio station for

SCIENTIST DEVELOPING CAVITY-FIGHTING APPLES KENT, England (Wireless Flash) – In the future, eating an apple a day could keep the dentist away. That’s because a British plant biotechnology expert is trying to

UNO TURNS TREINTA ANOS (30 YEARS OLD) NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – The classic card game “Uno” will celebrate it’s 30th birthday later this month. The game was created in 1971 by Merle Robbins, an Ohio barber who loved to

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP ADELAIDE (Wireless Flash) – Australian scientists say they may soon be able to fertilize female eggs with cells from any parts of the body, making sperm – and men – obsolete. The discovery may allow infertile men