Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster (a.k.a., Nessie) has been a source of legend since full-time water bailiff and part-time journalist, Alex Campbell first reported a sighting. According to Campbell, a London tourist, George Spicer and his wife claimed to have seen?”‘the nearest approach to a dragon or pre-historic animal that I have ever seen in my […]
If you’ve ever been on the online dating market and were frustrated with your responses, you might be able to blame your race. In a study by the app, Are You Interested and another by OKCupid. The results were disappointing, to say the least, for those of us who might strive for a post-racial world. […]
In October 7, 2013, a mysterious billboard appeared near Flint, MI on I-69 close to the I-75 off-ramp. The message on the billboard simply stated ?I’m concerned about the blueberries.? There was a lot of speculation about the origin and meaning of the cryptic message. The most common supposition was that it was about education […]
This is Kayden. We hope she has a lifetime of being joyful about the simple things in life. Kayden + Rain from Nicole Byon on Vimeo. Image via?Vimeo
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” -Albert Einstein Sometimes you just need to see something so inspiring it takes your breath away… and then change comes. This video may do just that: […]
Homelessness in America is increasing at a rapid rate. ?At a point in time in January 2012, 633,782 people were experiencing homelessness.?? Homeless people are a transient group. It isn’t easy to get an accurate count. We often ignore homeless people right in front of our own eyes. We just don’t see them. When Anderson […]
Children’s discovery of the world never ceases to be both astounding and heartwarming, their unconditional love of the world around them should be a lesson to us all. Children and horses connect in a way that seems implausible. Emma and Cinnamon Some people develop a special relationship with the animals around them faster and […]
In 1999, Steve Fugate’s son committed suicide. Six years later, his daughter died of a drug overdose. Fugate is 64 years old now and he has walked across the U.S. seven times to raise awareness for depression and suicide. His aim is to inspire the people he meets to “love life.” One step at a […]
The spirit of the Barnstormers of the 1920’s and the chutzpah of jet pilots like we see romanticized in movies like “Top Gun” are part of the ingredients that make up the firefighting pilots of today. A heroic attitude and nerves of steel are also an essential part of those who risk their lives to […]
Delving into 200 hours of revealing home video, Sasha Joseph Neulinger tells his story as a survivor of multigenerational abuse.
Early last month legal adviser to Edward Snowden and director of the ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Project Ben Wizner told Moyers & Company that it is not Orwell and Big Brother citizens should fear, but Kafka. Bureaucracy and red tape can choke the life and efficiency out of most any institution. Take a look […]
A bookstore reborn.
What would you do if someone you loved was diagnosed with cancer? Zach Belden created an Instagram account?for his great-gram and they are having a blast celebrating her life while sharing her battle with cancer with the world. The account currently has almost 500,000 followers and grows daily. Pharrell Williams saw Grandma Betty cutting a […]
On March 25, 2014, the Houston Texas Fire Department saved a construction worker from the top floor balcony of a burning building. Since the apartment complex was still under construction, most fire safety features like sprinkler systems and fire-retardant materials had note yet been installed. YouTube user Karen Jones filmed this astonishing video from a […]
In what is believed to be the only video of its kind, Capt. Will Swenson can be seen on camera carrying out the acts that earned him his Medal of Honor.