Headlines for: 07-31-2001
DESIGNER BARF BAGS
SYDNEY, Australia (Wireless Flash) A multimedia designer hopes to make the world a more beautiful place with his designer barf bags. One of the artsier vomit bags resembles a food label and reads shake
GROUP STOPS ZEPPO MARX FROM BEING OBJECT OF PITY
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) Zeppo Marx is usually considered the Forgotten Marx Brother. However, some self- proclaimed Zeppoheads hope to make Zeppo an object worthy of
GORILLA EXPERTS NOT BANANAS OVER APES
SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) Zookeepers arent exactly going bananas for the Planet of the Apes. The San Diego Union-Tribune recently screened the ape flick for
EXPERTS FEAR CHUBACABRAS HAVE INVADED NEW ENGLAND
STRATFORD, Conn. (Wireless Flash) A mysterious goat attack in Stratford, Connecticut, has experts worried chupacabras have invaded New England.
GULF WAR VETERANS PLAGUED BY ZITS
ANAHEIM, Calif. (Wireless Flash) The so-called Gulf War Syndrome isnt the only problem veterans have to deal with acne can be a problem, too.
GARY LEWIS TURNS 55 (JUL. 31)
BUFFALO, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) Singer Gary Lewis may have had his biggest hits in the 60s but hes seeing better days ahead for his music.
WOMEN GET PRETTY HAIRY OVER THEIR HAIR
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) A new survey reveals 65 percent of women drivers stare into the rearview mirror to look at their hair when their eyes should be on the road.
LARA FLYNN BOYLE LOVES THROWING DRINKS
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Looks like Lara Flynn Boyle loves throwing drinks almost as much as her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Jack Nicholson loves basketball.
FOODS CAN CONTROL YOUR MOOD SWINGS
DEL MAR, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Heres food for thought. What you eat can control your mood. According to physician Dr. Barnet Meltzer, author of the new book Food
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. (Wireless Flash) The Backstreet Boys will be back on the road later than originally anticipated. The boy band had hoped A.J. McLean would be out of rehab and ready to roll by August 7, but