Master Of His Domain Name System2003-06-23 - Redwood City, CA
- If you log on to a website today, give thanks to computer scientist Dr. Paul Mockapetris.
Stenographers Do It 250 Times A Minute
2003-06-23 - Los Angeles, CA - Stenographers like Kate Hudson's character in "Alex & Emma" may have an easier time finding love than those in other professions.
Demi Moore Gets 'Skinny' For 'Charlie's Angel: Full Throttle'
2003-06-23 - San Francisco, CA - All eyes will be on Demi Moore in "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle," and a San Francisco dermatologist hopes they will be on her stomach.
Sharks Love Metallica, Not Great White
2003-06-23 - San Francisco, CA - Metallica has lots of fans in low places -- below sea level, that is.
Whisky Fit For A Queen
2003-06-23 - New York, NY - You may soon be able to drink whisky that's fit for a queen if you're willing to pay a king's ransom for it.
John Holmes: The Betty Crocker Of Porn?
2003-06-23 - Los Angeles, CA - Porn legend John Holmes has been dead for 15 years but he's arousing more interest than ever.
State Of The Date In America: Not Good
2003-06-23 - New York, NY - Falling in love may be harder than ever, if a new survey is correct.
Teen Girl Style: Goth, Grunge And The Go-Gos
2003-06-23 - New York, NY - When it comes to teens and makeup right now, girls are all about grunge, goth and the Go-Gos.
Diane Schuur's Jazz Secret: Rock Flipping
2003-06-23 - Los Angeles, CA - Singer Diane Schuur is best known for singing jazz but she credits lots of her success to rock -- as in stone.
Flash Lites June 23rd, 2003 - Rip 'N' Read Recap
2003-06-23 - Hollywood, CA - Comedienne Gilda Radner will be honored with a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this Friday (Jun. 27), one day before what would have been her 57th birthday.
Around The Weird - Bizarre News Briefs for June 23rd, 2003
2003-06-23 - Mountain View, CA - The justices on the Supreme Court are supremely unrecognized by the American public. According to a survey by FindLaw.com, 66 percent of Americans can't name even one justice. The most popular judge, Sandra Day O'Connor, only received 25 percent of the vote. Meanwhile, only 1 percent knew there's a justice named John Paul Stevens.