Dancing Away From Illness And Onto The Stage

The hall lights dim…..a hush comes over the audience … the command "places everyone" is given… there is a palpable stillness in the air as the first notes of the opening piece float out of the speakers and hover above the stage…. the curtain rises with a whir … the lights come up… its time …

These are the moments a performer lives for. The hours of solitary sweat and toil practicing their craft in sparse, small rooms, are the dues required for the joy of putting their skill and craft out there for an audience hungering for something special and moving.

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Singer, Poet, Activist, Lupus Survivor - Shanelle Gabriel

"Rock out...live your life....live your art!" This was Brooklyn, New York native Shanelle Gabriel's response to her diagnosis of Lupus, an autoimmune disease where your body's immune system, that usually fights infections, attacks healthy tissue instead.

Shanelle first noticed something was off when her fingers turned blue and hurt in the cold and she could not seem to shake the feeling of fatigue no matter how well she slept. After being diagnosed in 2004, Shanelle decided that her health would not be something that would limit her success.

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80-Year-Old Champion Bodybuilder Sets Guinness World Record

Ernestine "Ernie" Shepherd proves age truly is just a number. At age 80 she is a personal trainer, a professional model, a competitive bodybuilder, and happier and more fulfilled than she's ever been in her life.

In March of 2010, on stage in Rome, Italy she was given the title of World's Oldest Performing Female Bodybuilder by Guinness World Records. Go Ernie!

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Santa's Top 5 Tips For Being Santa - Not Your Average Joe

Everyone could use a few more smiles in their daily lives…and watching a funny video will often do the trick! OnlyGood TV videos help make your life fun, more manageable, happy and stress free!

Christmas is coming! In this episode of our new "man on the street" series, Not Your Average Joe, comedian Joe Leonardo met up with Glen Heroy, the 365 day Santa! As an actor and performer in NYC for decades, Glen has perfected impressions of many celebrities including the jolly man himself. Joe met up with Glen to learn the top 5 tips for being the world-famous Saint Nick.

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8-Year-Old Violinist Excels Despite Hand Disability

How often do we come across situations in our daily lives where we just shake our heads and decide we can't do something? Typically, we have the luxury of this choice, but for some people, "can't" is not an option. Meet Nickie Alarie, age 8, who was born with a hand deformity which significantly limits her use of this "small" hand to a low range of capability. But don't think for a minute that she considers her condition an obstacle.

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10 Reasons To Be Thankful Every Day

Thanksgiving is the perfect time of the year to reflect with your friends and family on all of the wonderful memories you share — There's no better time to sit and celebrate! We found 10 reasons why you should be thankful this year. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at OnlyGood.tv!

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Prom Prep With Patients and Popstar – Caly On the Good (E11)

Young women living through the hospitalization and treatment of cancer need strength, positivity and a role model they can look up to that projects the hope that is critical to their recovery. In this heart-warming episode of Caly On The Good, Caly visits the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston to be there for a group of young patients that are striving to rise up from the daily battle with their disease to enjoy some happy, normal teenage moments.

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Warrior Expeditions Help Returning Veterans Heal And Have Fun

"I was a really angry person."; "Finding a way to be sensitive again was a really big struggle."; "I think we became loners. It was shocking not being welcomed back."; "Coming home was really a rough transition. It's really difficult to make that mental switch."

These are the voices of veterans of Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq and other foreign wars who share a common pain and stress when returning to life at home after their deployment. Warrior Hike founder Sean Gobin experienced these feelings as well on his return, but discovered a way to decompress and find balance and calm in his life again. Recognizing the therapeutic effects of long distance hiking, Sean created the "Walk Off The War" Program which is designed to support veterans transitioning from their military service by thru-hiking America's National Scenic Trails.

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