Good News: Canadian Businessman Helps Refugees

Good News: Canadian Businessman Helps Refugees

In light of what’s currently going on in America, this story about a Canadian business man is a good reminder of how great it feels to be in a more welcoming climate. Jim Estill, CEO of Danby, a large appliance company based in Guelph, Canada, was watching the news about Syria in the summer of […]

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Good News: Doing Something About A Book Desert

Good News: Doing Something About A Book Desert

We probably take our brick-and-mortar bookstores for granted nowadays, in the age of Amazon and other online outlets who pander to the quicker and cheaper desires of us Americans. But this awesome lady said Oh Hell No when the last bookstore in the Bronx announced it was closing. Noëlle Santos, 30 years old and a […]

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Good News: Doggie Retirement Home

Good News: Doggie Retirement Home

  There’s a special place in my heart for people who help animals. This amazing lady opened up her home to unwanted senior dogs, and it has become a thriving place where they can live their remaining days surrounded by love and care.  www.housewithaheart.com        

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Good News: Connecting Both Sides

Good News: Connecting Both Sides

  Most of the conversations that have been swirling around lately seem to have such a central tone of surprise that our country was so divided.  How in the world did we get here? It’s obvious we get caught in complacency in our own bubbles.     Social media isn’t helping: If the internet is […]

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Good News: Sharp-Shooting Army Veteran Rescues Eagle

Good News: Sharp-Shooting Army Veteran Rescues Eagle

  Somehow, an eagle gets caught in rope and is left dangling off a tree branch 75 feet off the ground for almost three days. Thank goodness it was an army veteran that noticed him and used his sharp-shooting skills to shoot down the branch and rescue the poor raptor, even though it took 90 […]

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Good News: Grocery Bus

Good News: Grocery Bus

  I really love stories about people who can follow through on an idea that could help hundreds of people.  It’s not easy, so I admire their tenacity and their ability to bring people and organizations together to solve problems to a social mission. This Grocery Bus in St. Louis is a great example and […]

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