Headlines for: 12-27-2001

‘DEATH POOL’ PICKS FOR 2002 DETROIT (Wireless Flash) – Alice in Chains might not have had a hit in the last few years, but singer Layne Staley has taken quite a few of them – and that just might lead to his downfall.

BEWARE OF AIRPORT SECURITY MOLESTERS BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Don’t get touchy but your next trip through airport security could turn into a grope session. That’s according to Beverly Hills-based security expert Don

2002: YEAR OF THE MOTHMAN? POINT PLEASANT, W.V. (Wireless Flash) – A hideous creature called the “Mothman” may soon be as well-known as Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster.

TRIPE SOUP – A HANGOVER CURE? LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – It may sound like a load of tripe but the best cure for a New Year’s hangover may be the Mexican tripe dish, menudo.

ETIQUETTE EXPERT: ‘SEINFELD’ IS THE BEST GUIDE TO RETURNING GIFTS CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) – The bad behavior of Seinfeld characters can be a good guide to what NOT to do when returning an unwanted Christmas gift.

JAZZ MUSICIAN HOLDS BE-BOP SEANCE FOR CHET BAKER NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – For years, jazz musician Leif Arntzen has been told he plays just like the late trumpet great Chet Baker. Now, he plans to confront the comparisons by holding a be-bop seance next

PAULA BARBIERI TURNS 35 (DEC. 31) LENAXA, Kan. (Wireless Flash) – My, my, how time flies: O.J. Simpson’s ex-girlfriend, Paula Barbieri, turns 35 on Monday (Dec. 31).

HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS: TOP WEATHER EVENTS OF 2001 STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (Wireless Flash) – Here’s news only weather junkies could get excited about: A group of meteorologists is announcing the “most interesting” weather events of 2001.

GEEZER PETER RABBIT SAVES KIDS LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Would you believe Peter Rabbit might be the thing to save kids from all the misery and trauma of growing up in war-torn 2001?

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – The Tupperware Lady will be out in full force next Tuesday (Jan. 4). That’s the date of the World’s Largest Tupperware Party, when 80,000 “Tupperware consultants” will be