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A Miracle On 34th Street For Tiny Owl Found Stowed Away in Rockefeller Christmas Tree

According to a traditional carol, it’s partridges in pear trees we should be on the lookout for at this time of year, but one man found a very different kind of holiday surprise this Monday—a teeny owl hiding in the Rockefeller Center’s 2020 Christmas tree. When a worker helping set up the iconic New York […]

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Lowe’s Goes All-Out for Boy w/ Autism Who Loves The Store – Crowning the 4-Year-old an ‘Honorary Associate’

When you wander the aisles of a big-box hardware store, you can hunt up everything from garden gear to grills to paint. What you might not expect is that in the appliance section, you can also find a jumbo-sized package of goodwill and compassion. Lowe’s may be a hardware giant, but it seems they have […]

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Arkansas Schools Install Solar Panels to Save Millions On Energy and Pay Teachers More

An Arkansas school district saved so much money from switching to solar power for their buildings, they were able to bump up their teachers’ salaries and eliminate their budget deficits. The Batesville School District in Arkansas switched to solar power in 2017 when—following an audit by an energy efficiency company called Entegrity—they discovered they were […]

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Jeff Bezos Created $10 Billion ‘Earth Fund’ to Meet Climate Crisis, First Grants of $800M Go to Iconic Environmental Groups

The Bezos Earth Fund, created by Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and worth $10 billion, has just distributed $791 million in grant money to large environmental organizations that focus on restoring forests and wildlife, and cutting carbon emissions. The fund, which lacks a website, a board of directors, or even a grant application process, […]

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Jason Momoa Video Chats With His Biggest Fan Who Is Battling Cancer

A seven-year-old boy battling cancer FaceTimed with Jason Momoa after the Aquaman star saw a video of the boy scream with excitement over a new Aquaman toy. In 2017, Massachusetts native Danny Sheehan was diagnosed with Pineoblastoma, a very rare and aggressive form of brain cancer, and leptomeningeal disease, cancer in the cerebral spinal fluid. […]

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Queen and Prince Philip forced to retake wedding photos after awkward blunder

On November 20, 1947, Princess Elizabeth walked down the aisle at Westminster Abbey to meet her handsome fiancé, Philip Mountbatten, a prince of Greece and Denmark. The couple said their vows in front of the rest of the royal family, politicians and word leaders, before heading out onto the Buckingham Palace balcony to wave to […]

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Terminally ill mum’s race against time to find two sons she put up for adoption

A terminally ill mum is desperate to track down two sons she put up for adoption -who likely have no idea they are blood brothers. Ann Gemmell, 72, moved to Ellesmere Port, Merseyside, in the early 70s after leaving her husband John Gemmell. Then a mum of three, Ann left her children Gail, Derek and […]