Few things make children as happy as seeing their families supporting them at school recitals. This means not only showing up on their big day, but also helping them with preparations. For one uncle, this meant responding to his niece's call to be her back up dancer. Not only did he agree, but he actually enhanced the girl's performance with an amazing dance routine.
Grandma Tries on Her Wedding Dress After 60 Years of Marriage and Grandpa Can’t Take His Eyes off of Her
For many lucky couples that have gotten to grow old together, their love is as strong as it was on...
It's common for people to get a little nervous when they meet their in-laws for the first time.
Talented 9-Year-Old Violinist Joins Pianist for Impromptu Street Performance of ‘Carol of the Bells’
Those pianos sitting in public places are beacons of beautiful music. You never know whether a famous musician or a prolific pedestrian will stop and play a few notes for passersby. Being blessed with an exciting performance on your daily commute is a treat on its own, but some lucky travelers were regaled with a festive piano and violin duet, courtesy of pianist Aurélien Froissart and a talented 9-year-old named Dina Mourard.
The beauty of the ocean is alluring at any age, but it may not be accessible for everyone.
The Grammys celebrate the best in music; but, behind every songwriter, performer, and producer that makes it to that stage...
What do you do on a long flight? Some people watch movies, others listen to music or play mobile games, and many opt to take a nap. For craft enthusiast Meegan Rubin, a flight home gave her the perfect opportunity to catch up on her crocheting. As she worked, she caught the eye of an unlikely admirer—a months-old baby named Romey, staring at her from across the aisle.
In the U.S. there are 6,500 food deserts, which are areas where people can't easily access fresh produce.
People Are Praising Will Ferrell for Celebrating His Close Friend’s Transition in Road Trip Documentary
Comedian Will Ferrell and his friend of 30 years, Harper Steele, are getting high praise for their road trip documentary...
What would you do if you won the lottery? Many would opt for a new house, or maybe a nice vacation. For one recent winner, however, it's his four-legged friends that come first. Massachusetts resident Paul Riley recently won the $4 million prize from the “100X Cash” instant ticket game and promises to donate a portion to animal welfare. Riley purchased his winning ticket at Summit Variety in Peabody.
Across the country, animal shelters are overcrowded with cats, dogs, and other pets.
Defeat is hard on any athlete, regardless of their sport.