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Conan will even tell his audience when to turn the channel from his show to catch the start of Dave’s last show. Source: Conan Says Thank You To David Letterman @ TeamCoco.com
Footage shared this week by the Rancho dos Gnomos Santuário in Brazil shows the thrilling moment a lion named Will experiences, for the first time, the feeling of soil and grass beneath his feet. Prior to being rescued and taken … Continue reading
If you had a crystal ball and could gaze into the future, how would you feel seeing the love of your life as a 90-year-old? Cut offered a young couple about to say their vows the unique chance to do … Continue reading
This is from his Reddit Ask Me Anything today: Question: What has been your most meaningful interaction with a child during filming? Or maybe from someone who grew up watching you and relayed a poignant story? Answer: Okay, here’s one. This … Continue reading
Glamour asked women to pass on the best advice they got from their mothers to new moms in this Mother’s Day special.
This man played college football at Kansas State. He served in World War II. He played in the 1948 Orange Bowl. And now at age 89, he’s still scoring touchdowns. Source: This WWII Vet Scoring a Touchdown Is the Most … Continue reading
Dad is 42-year-old Charlie Kwentus. Charlie was diagnosed with Oligodendroglioma, a brain tumor. After years of surgeries, scans, and sickness, he recently stopped all treatment. To that end, the entire family packed up the car and went on a three-week … Continue reading
Alice Barker was a chorus line dancer during the Harlem Renaissance of the the 1930s and 40s. She danced at clubs such as The Apollo, Cotton Club, and Zanzibar Club, with legends including Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly, and Bill “Bojangles” … Continue reading
With his mom being legally blind, @JRGraham013 wears stirrups so she can tell him apart on the field. #MNTwins pic.twitter.com/GYi7WggIFZ — Dustin Morse (@Twins_morsecode) April 13, 2015
You can read the whole thing here, but this piece really stood out to me: I remember cutting small rosebuds still wet with dew to wear to school on spring mornings, and I remember the smell of newly mowed grass. … Continue reading
The rescue actually happened back in 2011 but they recently reunited for a fundraiser which is why the story is now trending. Personally, I like the last sentence in the story. Trokey was just 3.2 pounds at birth, and doctors … Continue reading
Nearly 300 million people experience the world without color every day. ‘Color For the Colorblind’ is a short documentary about what happened when we partnered with EnChroma to help people experience color for the first time. We believe in #ColorforAll.