Headlines for: 10-21-2001

ARIZONA COUPLE TO OPEN ‘CLEAN-CUT CINEMA’ CAREFREE, Ariz. (Wireless Flash) – A married couple is opening a video rental store that specializes in sanitized versions of popular Hollywood films.

NEW BREAST IMPLANTS BUSTING ONTO THE MARKET NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Here’s some titillating news: a new and improved saline breast implant is about to bust onto the market. Researchers at the Mentor Corporation say they’ve designed a new line

EXPEDITION TO GIANT HOLE IN EARTH PLANNED FOLSOM, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – A California man is looking for investors to help him search for a hole in the planet that supposedly connects the North and South Poles and other points on Earth.

STUDY BARES CONTRADICTIONS ABOUT NUDISTS GAINESVILLE, Fla. (Wireless Flash) – A new study from the University of Florida is baring some surprising contradictions about nudists – but a nudist group claims it’s far from the naked truth.

ICE CURES STAGE FRIGHT LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Some musicians have pretty unusual ways of fighting stage fright. Take gospel singer Eartha, for example: She actually dunks her head

PRO HOAXSTER DECLARES DOGGIE CATHOUSE FAKE NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – You may have heard major newspapers reporting about the Brazilian pet store owner who wants to open a brothel for dogs – but an American prankster says it’s not only a hoax, it’s a

FOAM COULD FIGHT ANTHRAX ATLANTA (Wireless Flash) – The answer to the recent anthrax panic may be foam. Atlanta-based materials scientist Sidney Perkowitz says researchers already

FLIGHT 93 VICTIMS INSPIRE POWER BALLAD NASHVILLE (Wireless Flash) – A Nashville songwriter is singing the praises of the passengers of the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on September 11.

LITTLE LADY IS BEHIND NFL PLAYERS’ BIG SUITS HOUSTON (Wireless Flash) – You won’t see big brawny NFL stars buying their suits at the local big and tall store. Instead, they go to Michelle Jones.

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP TOKYO (Wireless Flash) – A Japanese bra maker will launch a new line of metal-free bras in December in response to heightened security measures at airports. The so-called Frequent Flyers’ Bras use non-magnetic metal