Guaranteed Wardrobe Malfunctions During Super Bowl Halftime2004-12-15 - Santa Monica, CA
- A recently announced halftime show during the upcoming Super Bowl will not only be very titillating for its viewers, but also promises "guaranteed wardrobe malfunctions."
New Hotel For Snowboarders Opens
2004-12-15 - South Lake Tahoe, NV - A new hotel in Lake Tahoe that caters to snowboarders specifically is making a lot of waves for snow surfing lovers.
Man's Best Friend Is Man's Best Wingman
2004-12-15 - Vernon, CA - Man's best friend may also be man's best wingman.
2005 To Be Shaded By Violet Tulip
2004-12-15 - New York, NY - The year 2005 will look rosier than 2004. At least that's how a self-proclaimed "colorstrologist" is shading the truth.
Spears and Hilton Named Most Annoying Of 2004
2004-12-15 - New York, NY - Britney Spears and Paris Hilton have done it again: They've tied for the top slot of The Most Annoying People of 2004 by "Star" magazine.
"Crack Ho" and "Hoochie" Added To Oxford Dictionary
2004-12-15 - New York, NY - Hip hop-based words have entered the vernacular of many English speakers and now they have found their way into a prestigious dictionary.
Stephen Pearcy Ratts Out The Navy
2004-12-15 - Los Angeles, CA - Former Ratt lead singer Stephen Pearcy will soon be ratting out the Navy -- and he hopes they enjoy it.
The Top TV Moments Of 2004
2004-12-15 - Los Angeles, CA - Sometimes a personal low point is a high point for the rest of the world.
Biggest Gambles Of 2004 Include Fishing With Scott Peterson
2004-12-15 - New York, NY - Gamblers are known for being risk takers but there are some things that just aren't worth the gamble.
Flash Lites December 15th, 2004 - Rip 'N' Read Recap
2004-12-15 - New York, NY - MTV is getting multi-cultural next year. The network plans to start three customized channels specifically tailored to Indian-Americans, Chinese-Americans and Korean-Americans.
Around The Weird - Bizarre News Briefs for December 15th, 2004
2004-12-15 - Houston, TX - Bad boys don't have it so good anymore. According to a survey by Shell Oil, 59 percent of women prefer "good guys." And that's good because that's how 61 percent of guys describe themselves.