Headlines for: 07-12-2001

WOMEN FIND MEN WITH CERTAIN DOGS MORE ATTRACTIVE ALBUQUERQUE, NM (Wireless Flash) – Men, if your love life has gone to the dogs, the cure to finding dates may be through your own pooch. A New Mexico-based veterinarian claims the right breed of dog can attract

GLEN CAMPBELL DOESN’T CARE FOR BOY BANDS PHOENIX (Wireless Flash) – You won’t catch Glen Campbell grooving at an ’N Sync concert or bopping at a Backstreet Boys show: He doesn’t care much for boy bands.

‘RUSH HOUR 2’ TO GET HIGH-FLYING PREMIERE LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Jackie Chan’s latest flick is about to get a high-flying premiere – aboard an airplane bound for Hong Kong.

JUNIOR BROWN: ‘COUNTRY MUSIC IS A DIRTY WORD’ LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Musician Junior Brown may wear a cowboy hat but don’t call him a country singer – he considers it an insult.

EDWARD NORTON JOINING ICE CAPADES? NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – If Edward Norton wants a career change, he could make a living in the Ice Capades. That’s because Norton did all his own stunt skating for the upcoming

SOME MENOPAUSAL WOMEN CAN’T CRY HOUSTON (Wireless Flash) – Mood swings and hot flashes are no picnic, but some menopausal women won’t shed a tear over them. Researchers say some women are physically incapable of crying thanks to a

60TH ANNIVERSARY OF JOE DI MAGGIO STREAK (JULY 16) LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Monday (Jul 16) marks a major event in baseball history: The 60th anniversary of the day Joe DiMaggio hit safely for his 56th game, setting a record that has yet to be broken.

DOLLYWOOD TURNS 15 YEARS OLD (JULY 16) PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (Wireless Flash) – Dolly Parton has good reason to celebrate on Monday (July 16) – her Dollywood amusement park will turn 15.

GLOBAL WARMING GOOD FOR PENGUINS TEMPE, Ariz. (Wireless Flash) – Environmentalists may get hot and bothered over this news but studies suggest global warming is great for penguins.

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Magic Johnson, mayor of Los Angeles? The former LA Lakers star says he may consider running for the city’s top post if he doesn’t like how recently-elected mayor James