Donald Trump's 'Do Creates Hair-Raising Experience For Artist2004-12-28 - New York, NY
- Think working for Donald Trump is hard? Painting his hair is even harder.
Members Of 'Cosmetic Cult' Live The 'Lush' Life
2004-12-28 - Seattle, WA - Would you travel to a foreign country just to buy a bar of soap?
Psychic Predicts Arnold Schwarzenegger Gay Shocker
2004-12-28 - Toronto, Ontario - Arnold Schwarzenegger calls his opponents "girlie men" but he may be accused of the same thing in 2005.
Retail Babies: 'Ikea' And 'Disney' Among New Baby Names
2004-12-28 - San Francisco, CA - The low-cost Swedish furniture chain Ikea is a popular stop for shoppers -- but it's also becoming a popular name for kids.
Kittens, Prosthetic Eyeballs Clogging Up Drains This Year
2004-12-28 - Des Moines, IA - You've heard of cats getting stuck in trees, but somehow they're also making their way into drains.
52 Percent Of Americans Will Get Sauced On New Year's -- From Pizza
2004-12-28 - New York, NY - A lot of Americans get sauced on New Year's Eve but, this year, it will be from pizza sauce.
Halle Berry Best Looking Woman In Hollywood
2004-12-28 - New York, NY - Halle Berry is "berry berry beautiful" to Americans.
Poker Class To Be Propositioned To Colleges
2004-12-28 - New York, NY - A college poker course may be in the cards for students who want to learn how to play the betting game.
How Long Will You Wait For Sex?
2004-12-28 - Houston, TX - How long will you wait to have sex with a new partner?
Flash Lites December 28th, 2004 - Rip 'N' Read Recap
2004-12-28 - New York, NY - Usher will help usher in the New Year on Friday by premiering a mini-movie called "Rhythm City Volume 1: Caught" "Up" during Fox's New Year's Eve countdown show. The film features four songs and a cameo by "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest.
Around The Weird - Bizarre News Briefs for December 28th, 2004
2004-12-28 - Moriguchi, Japan - College really brings out the boy -- at least in Japan. According to a study by Osaka International University, 52 percent of Japanese coeds say male students are "childish," while 40 percent think the guys are just plain "stupid."