Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
On the day her boyfriend was supposed to return home after a 100-day deployment, Emma Trabue waited for him to walk off his plane. She thought she had the upper hand but he turned the tables in a big way.
For dancers Joshua Dela Cruz and Amanda Phillips, sparks are about to fly. Both graduates of Montclair State University's theater program and huge stars in their own rights, now they've come together for the biggest performance of their lives.
Just one day after car bombs exploded all across Baghdad, killing 20 people, Karim Wasfi, the conductor of the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra, put on a concert. In the middle of ruins, he showed residents that beauty will always stand a fighting chance against brutality.
During his trip across the country, artist Willie Baronet learned a lot from the homeless people he encountered. These conversations are what compelled him to do something great.
In today's technology-obsessed world, it's easy to lose touch with the relationship we once had with handwriting. Fortunately, there are still a handful of people who are committed to keeping the art of penmanship alive. Jake Weidmann just happens to be the youngest.
With just a single Facebook post, 18-year-old Madeline Stuart launched herself into the world of fashion. Now, she's on a mission to change the way we all see beauty.
During a charity rugby match, a 4-year-old boy wandered onto the crowded field. Instead of kicking the boy out, these players made him the center of attention.
Hoping to prove a point that people inherently want to help others, a group pinned $40 to a bulletin board in the middle of a busy Los Angeles train station. The results? Everything you hope would happen.