Doctors baffled by boy, 6, covered in ape-like hair
Doctors in Kazakhstan are baffled after finding a six-year-old boy covered in ape-like hair. The boy, called Ablay, was found in a remote mountain village close to the Chinese border.
He is covered in thick hair from head to toe and has an oval shaped skull. Doctors suspect nuclear radiation or a genetic disorder may be responsible.
Monkey magic attack! Ugh, I can't get this song
out me head now.
Queen City cover girl
St. Ursula grad Mitts suddenly a celebrity
You can play a game your whole young life - very well, in fact - and have it be just a game. Then it can change.
Suddenly, you can be paid for it. You can become a national-level star. You can endorse apparel and grace magazine covers.
You can be a broadcaster, a bobblehead doll and... uh, a babe. Just ask Heather Mitts.
"It's all been kind of a whirlwind," Mitts said.
The 24-year-old Hyde Park native, a St. Ursula graduate, is describing her sudden celebrity in the soccer world. She is a defender for the Philadelphia Charge, one of the emerging young stars in the Women's United Soccer Association. Modeling and endorsement opportunities are raising her profile. A Playboy.com poll suggests she's the league's most attractive player.
Well, let's face it, there wasn't really much (read none) competition