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.
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.
Naomi Feil, a Jewish woman, uses music to connect with those suffering from Alzheimer's. While trying to connect with Gladys Wilson, a woman who suffered a stroke and was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2000, Naomi uses Christian hymns as a key to unlocking her memory.
After serving for two deployments overseas, Eli Williamson's hometown of Chicago seemed more and more like a foreign country. Now, as the founder of No Veteran Left Behind, Eli is helping veterans just like him find a stable place in the world.
For months, Charles Green has been preparing for the biggest surprise of his life. Just when his dad thought he was helping him look for a house of his own, Charles turned the tables in a BIG way.