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Boy is Freed From his Wheelchair by Magic of Photography

Twelve-year-old Luka suffers from muscular dystrophy - a cruel degenerative disease which confines him to a wheelchair and will make him weaker and weaker...

Homeless Teen Goes From Living in a Car to Creating Absolutely Stunning Photos as a Wedding Photographer

When he was just 16 years old, Carsten Schertzer was homeless. Now, eight years later, he is an award-winning wedding photographer who’s traveled to...

Thrilled Toddler Yells ‘Dad!’ After Adoption Decree is Announced

Mandi and Tyler Palmer have been working tirelessly to ensure that little Hunter would join their family. So when the judge finally made it official, he couldn't help but let out an adorable exclamation of joy.

Supportive Friends Come Together With Wine and Wedding Dresses For ‘Divorce Party’

Upon finding out that her divorce was about to be finalized in December, Nicole Niesner was prepared to endure a lonely night in by herself....

Good News in History, January 27

  On this day 130 years ago, the National Geographic Society was founded as a a club for academics and wealthy patrons interested in travel—and...

Good News in History, January 9

250 years ago today, on a stage in London, Philip Astley produced the first ever modern-day circus to feature his genius for trick riding. An equestrian master, Astley rode in a circle that day rather than a straight line as his rivals did—and he later added music, acrobats, prancing dogs, and clowns. He manifested his dream of opening a riding school by day and, afterward conducting shows of acrobatic riding skill, which turned into the circus he called Astley's Amphitheatre. He performed his stunts in a ring 42 ft in diameter, which is the size used by circuses ever since. Two years later, he hired acrobats, tightrope walkers, jugglers and a clown to fill in the pauses between acts. (1768)

Good News in History, December 30

Happy Birthday to Jeff Lynne, the English musician, singer, and record producer, who co-founded the rock band Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). His father bought him his first guitar, an acoustic instrument for £2, which Jeff was still playing in 2012. In 1988 he co-founded the supergroup Traveling Wilburys with George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, and Tom Petty. With a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Lynne still tours with ELO today. He just released a LIVE CD/DVD set of his sold out concert this year at Wembley’s 60,000 seat stadium, where he played hits like “Evil Woman,” “Do Ya,” and “Mr. Blue Sky”. WATCH the film’s trailer… (1947)

86-year-old With Dementia Snuggles Up to Mall Santa – and Makes Everybody Cry

An Albuquerque Santa is still wiping his eyes after a photo shoot with an elderly lady whose dementia brought her back to the childhood...

Enchanting Photos of Chandeliers, When Shot From Below, Appear to be Beautiful Snowflakes

How one views common everyday objects can be a window into how you can experience the beauty of life—either with boredom and blandness, or...

Military Couple Helps Care For Pets of Deployed Soldiers (And You Can Too)

Asking the neighbors to feed your dog while you're on vacation for the weekend is one thing – it is quite another thing trying...

Bearded Guys Pose in Mermaid Calendar to Raise Funds For Therapy Horses

Don't get another animal calendar for your family this year – instead, get this hilarious collection of bearded dudes in mermaid outfits for charity.

Guy Transforms Man He Thought Was Online Scammer into Village Saint by Sending Him $30 Camera

We're all familiar with the messages used by internet scammers to get money from unsuspecting people thousands of miles away. So, when Ben Taylor...

Good News in History, November 1

  Happy 60th birthday to country singer and actor Lyle Lovett, He earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in both German and Journalism and started playing...

WWII Ship Transformed into Giant Artificial Coral Reef – and it’s Magnificent

The Kodiak Queen was destined for scrap metal – until it was rescued and transformed into a thriving coral reef and art sculpture.

Gucci to Go Fur-Free and Auction the Remaining Products to Benefit Animal Rights

Italian fashion company Gucci has just announced this week that they will no longer be using animal fur in their products, effective starting with...

Good News in History, October 11

  30 years ago today, the AIDS Memorial Quilt from the NAMES Project was unveiled on the Washington Mall attracting an estimated 200,000 gay and...

Groom Jumps into River While Shooting Wedding Photos to Save Drowning Child

This wedding groom did not care about his expensive suit or taking photos after his wedding – he cared most about rescuing a little boy in trouble.

Good News in History September 19

  On this day 35 years ago, the emoticon was born when Carnegie Mellon University professor Scott Fahlman proposed punctuating computer messages with a colon-hyphen-parenthesis...

Good News in History September 17

230 years ago on this day, the final draft of the United States Constitution, a blueprint for how the nascent government would function, was...

Two Villages Emerge From Poverty – and Pollution – With Online Sales

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