Headlines for: 10-04-2001

IT’S A BOOM MARKET FOR BOMB SHELTERS PAROWAN, Utah (Wireless Flash) – It looks like the threat of terrorism is creating a boom market for bomb shelters. Utah-based bomb shelter expert Leland Freeborn says he’s been

BILLY JACK FIGHTING FOR HIS LIFE CAMARILLO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – The actor who played Billy Jack is fighting for his life. Tom Laughlin – who played the enigmatic Indian karate expert in

BEER LOVERS TAPPING INTO AMERICAN SPIRIT PITTSBURGH, Penn. (Wireless Flash) – America’s beermakers and beer drinkers hope to tap into a patriotic spirit next Thursday (Oct. 11) in a nationwide beer bust to benefit victims of the terrorist attack.

WANNA SEE DICK CLARK TAKE A BATH? LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Would you want to see Dick Clark take a bath? Well, that’s exactly what “America’s Oldest Teenager” will be doing on his talk show The Other Half later

EMERIL SITCOM: HOLLYWOOD’S BEST CATERED SET LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Critics haven’t been kind to the new NBC sitcom, Emeril, but showbiz insiders say it deserves honors for having the best-catered set in showbiz.

QUILTERS STICKING IT TO TERRORISTS WITH MEMORIAL QUILT HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – A group of quilters is sticking it to terrorists by creating a memorial quilt to the victims of the September 11 attacks in America.

BOBBING FOR DOLLARS NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Auctioneers are bobbing for dollars with an auction of the largest collection of bobbing head baseball dolls ever to come to market.

WEAPONS THAT ARE WORKS OF ART MILAN, Italy (Wireless Flash) – Dirty Harry wouldn’t be caught dead with a frilly-looking gun gussied up with fur, jewels and gold – but art lovers are going nuts for the unique faux firearms.

BARENAKED LADIES JOINING NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – The Canadian rock group Barenaked Ladies will soon be moonlighting in the National Hockey League.

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP LONDON (Wireless Flash) – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth bathes with a yellow rubber ducky with an inflatable crown on its head, reports the Sun newspaper. A workman claims to have seen the ducky in her tub while