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Take a step back in time with Quist, a new app that educates users about events in LGBTQ history.
Open it up and you'll see how years ago to the very date, events took place that changed the course of equality. Each event illustrates how far the world has come in making a safer, more equal environment for the LGBTQ community and their supporters.
This 10-year old chef can make you a superstar in the kitchen!
Cook with Peter on OnlyGood TV features simple recipes kids love to eat and make! In this episode, Chef Peter demonstrates his version of the all time family favorite - Macaroni & Cheese!
Sprouts Cooking Club is an organization that empowers youth of all socioeconomic backgrounds to eat and live sustainably by teaching them how to cook healthy meals for themselves and their families.
OG Sports is an OGTV series all about the inspirational sports stories you love to hear. Veteran Sports anchor Scott Stanford will interview unique and uplifting sports heroes and members of organizations who, in their own way, are trying to change the world for the better through sports.
In this episode, Scott talks to Jason "J-Mac" McElwain, who had a Senior Night to remember back in 2006 when he was a student at Rochester, New York's 'Greece Athena High School'. Jason, who has autism, was the team manager and had never played in High School game. When his coach sent him in for his first game appearance, what happened next has become a legendary sports moment.
It takes some creativity to build a vibrant, thriving senior community. Judson Manor in Cleveland, Ohio did some out of the box thinking by partnering with the Cleveland Institute of Music on an idea that has won rave reviews from both the local residents and the students that are participating.
The young musicians from the institute are invited to stay there, for free, in return for companionship. These two generations bond over music, long talks and meals. This intergenerational program benefits the lives of everyone involved.
Vines Bakery got its start when Julianna Hritz finally listened to her heart instead of her head. She graduated in 2016 from Ashland University with a degree in Family and Consumer Science Education. When she was handed her diploma, she decided her heart wasn't in the public school classroom and took a leap of faith to follow her childhood dream instead.
In the OnlyGood TV original series, Only Good Heroes, you'll meet some remarkable individuals and organizations who are making a huge difference in communities across the country, sparking action that pulls people together to battle the impact from this pandemic.
In this episode, host Lucia Nazzaro talks with Audrey Guss, the Founder of Hope For Depression. Saddened by her Mom's struggle with depression late in life, inspired by her love of beautiful fragrances, and frustrated by the general lack of progress in treatment for the last 25 years, Audrey has created a foundation with a two-fold mission: 1 - fund research to find the causes of depression and, 2 – raise awareness of depression as a medical illness.
Shane Boylan was just 10-years-old when his father took his life, ending his battle with depression and alcoholism in January 2016. In his wake, he left behind a devastated family. His wife Aanika explained to her children that their dad died from a disease called depression. Shane didn't fully understand what depression was but he knew he had to do everything in his power to prevent something like this from happening to another family. After doing some research, Shane came up with an idea to help raise money to cure depression.