Headlines for: 12-16-2001
SNOWBIRDS FLOCKING TO FLORIDA FOR A NUDE CHRISTMAS
TAMPA, Fla. (Wireless Flash) Not everyones dreaming of a white Christmas some would rather have a nude Christmas. Right now, hundreds of snowbirds are flocking to nudist resorts in warmer
FORMER KLINGON LEADER WRITES SONG OF PEACE
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Looks like the Klingons are doing their bit for the victims of the September 11 attacks. Actor Victor Lundin, who played the very first Klingon on the original
MEDIA EXPERT: SAKS SHOULD HIRE WINONA
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Winona Ryder may have stolen from Saks 5th Ave but its the department store thats getting a steal of a deal in free publicity.
RAMONES MAKE ROCK HALL OF FAME - BUT THEY DONT CARE
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Think The Ramones are excited about being inducted in the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame? Not a chance.
JACOB, EMILY: THE COMEBACK KIDS NAMES OF 2001
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) The names Jacob and Emily have reclaimed their honor as the Top Baby Names in 2001. Thats according to the folks at BabyCenter.com, who have compiled
SHOPLIFTING ALL THE RAGE WITH STICKY-FINGERED CELEBS
SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) Winona Ryders shoplifting adventure made some big headlines but, according to a San Diego shoplifting expert, shes not the only celeb with sticky fingers.
SHOULD CHARLES BRONSON BOOZE IT UP?
BALTIMORE, Md. (Wireless Flash) Charles Bronson may be able to battle his Alzheimers disease by hitting the bottle. It has just been announced the 81-year-old Death Wish star suffers
GRAPEFRUIT: 2002S POPULAR FOOD FLAVOR
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) Heres food for thought: The most popular flavoring next year will be grapefruit. Thats the prediction of the U.S. consumer research group Mintel,
BODY ROCK: MAKE YOUR CHEST A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) A West Camaroon-born musician is teaching people how to use their bodies as musical instruments. Gino Sitson holds workshops where he shows folks how to make melodies while
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Lovebirds Pam Anderson and Kid Rock dont agree on everything take hunting for instance. Rock tells the New York Post that his former hunting hobby is a touchy