Headlines for: 12-05-2001

BUDDY EBSEN CD ROCKS MUSIC WORLD RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – This news will rock the music world: Buddy Ebsen is releasing a new CD of original compositions.

PEARL HARBER HAS NO PLANS FOR DECEMBER 7 CHURCH STRETTON, England (Wireless Flash) – Friday, December 7 will be a day of infamy for America because it’s the 60th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, but it will be just another day for a 43-year-old housewife in Church

HARRY BELAFONTE SAYS ‘DAY-NO!’ TO ‘BANANA BOAT’ SPOOF NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Harry Belafonte is saying “Day- no!” to a spoof version of “The Banana Boat Song.” Belafonte’s big hit has been turned into “Run Mr. Taliban,”

DECK THE HALLS WITH VODKA BOTTLES NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – A house littered with booze bottles is no longer the sign of an out-of-control drunk – it’s actually a hip new decor style.

SAN DIEGO BAND DOES THE BAR-MITZVAH BOOGIE SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Adam Sandler’s “Chanukah Song” is ticking off a Jewish rocker who says the tune is inaccurate.

OCEAN’S TWELVE? JFK’S SECRET CAMEO NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – The original Ocean’s Eleven movie not only featured Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, it also had a cameo by John F. Kennedy.

RESEARCHER: ‘BABY JESUS WASN’T BORN IN A BARN’ LA MIRADA, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – A California bible scholar wants to go tell it on a mountain: Baby Jesus wasn’t born in a barn. Biola University professor Dr. Walter Russell says mangers like the one

ELTON’S ‘NO MORE ALBUMS’ PLEDGE WON’T AFFECT IMPERSONATORS SHEFFIELD, England (Wireless Flash) – England’s top Elton John impersonator is still standing following the singer’s announcement that his current album will be his last.

COLLEGE PREZ CAUGHT TRYING TO INFLUENCE ‘RELIGION RATINGS’ ST. PAUL, Minn. (Wireless Flash) – A college president upset that his school was ranked “America’s Least-Religious Campus” in a college poll has been busted for trying to change the rankings.

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP FARGO, Minn. (Wireless Flash) – Minnesota police are investigating the mysterious death of a Japanese tourist who was trying to find money she thought was buried there, based on clues from the movie Fargo. The 28-