Headlines for: 12-17-2001
EXTREME ELVIS PORTRAYS KING AS HE WOULD BE, NOT AS HE SHOULD BE
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) Elvis Presley fans are all shook up over one San Francisco-based impersonator who calls himself Extreme Elvis.
HAS BIN LADEN UNDERGONE A FACELIFT?
AUSTIN, Texas (Wireless Flash) U.S. officials say Osama bin Laden cant hide forever, but a plastic surgeon says he might be able to if hes had a face change.
HITLER VS. THE THREE STOOGES
HOLLYWOOD (Wireless Flash) Adolf Hitler was a nasty guy, but did you know he wanted to kill the Three Stooges? Its true, according to Stooges historian, Jeff Forrester, who says
ANNOUNCING THE P.U.-LITZER PRIZES
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) A media critic is exposing the stinky side of journalism with his picks for the P.U.-litzer Prizes for 2001.
ALTOIDS ARTIST SAYS SCENT IS A STIMULANT
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) A New York designer has just completed a project made almost entirely of Altoids mint tins. Alton O. Spots window design is a mannequin wearing an old-fashioned
TIS THE SEASON TO BE SEXUALLY HARASSED
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Talk about courting lawsuits: The holiday season is also the time when most sexual harassment suits are filed. Thats the verdict from sexual harassment attorney Philip Berkowitz,
COPACABANA PRODUCER VOWS TO BRING DISCO BACK
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) This news will be a kick for disco fans: The producer of Barry Manilows 1978 hit, Copacabana is hustling up a disco revival.
CHRISTMAS TREES WERE ORIGINALLY ANTI-SLAVERY TREES
DALLAS (Wireless Flash) Its time to brush up on your knowledge of Christmas trees. A holiday historian says, contrary to popular belief, people first put up
HOUSE PAINTER TURNS TERRORISM INTO PICK-UP LINE
SANTA FE, N.M. (Wireless Flash) Ever since September 11, a new phrase has entered the lexicon: We need to continue to do [this or that] or were letting the terrorists win.
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Times sure have changed for NSync. Member JC Chasez confesses to the upcoming PopStar magazine that when the band was first starting out, they