Positive Paparazzi: JLaw's Got Her Feet On The Ground

Jennifer Lawrence, in spite of being everyone's favorite person (Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake notwithstanding), is still making us fall in love with her as she remains grounded and humble.

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As warm weather approaches, Gwyneth Paltrow made us feel a little better about cheating on our juice cleanses and our strict oxygen/tree bark diets, by admitting she lets her kids cheat on their gluten-free diets with Cheetos and Oreos. Also, thank you mom, for not putting me on a gluten-free diet.

The cast of Modern Family are giving fans the chance to hang out with them for charity. It costs $10 to enter for this super awesome thing to do. I would gladly give up the five cups of coffee I would otherwise spend $10 on.

The first female pit crew member for NASCAR is named Christmas Abbot. Not only is this good news for feminists, but her first. name. is Christmas.

Save The Children ambassador, Samantha Cameron, visited Syrian refugees to better understand their struggles with Syria's current state of conflict.

Snoop Dog gave a wonderfully simple and non-judge-y answer when the Huffington Post asked him about gay marriage.

UPDATE: Snoop Dog is now Snoop Lion, insert clever return-of-Simba joke/shameless pun here.

James Cameron gave the Deep-Sea Challenger to the Oceanographic Institute. They'd probably know what to do with it better than a movie director. Just sayin.

Lady Gaga retweeted a touching tribute made by several of her fans, who show in the video how her music brought them together and brought them up when they were down. Baww.

Prince Harry promises to stay fully clothed when he begins his U.S. charity tour in May. I guess that's the proper thing to do. Good for you, Har.

Dame Helen Mirren helped Prince Charles celebrate young people's success at event awarding youth who have overcome adversity.

Huzah to the glamorously generous, and upstanding stars who kept us grounded, made us smile, and restored our faith in humanity a little more. Cheers to that.

Golden Retriever Puppies Experience Fall for the First Time

These puppies are experiencing the joy of fall for the very first time!

In case you weren't aware how awesome Fall is, we've made this important video of the cutest Golden Retriever puppies playing in a field of pumpkins. CAUTION: if you already DO believe that Fall is the best season, your love for it is about to grow exponentially, causing you to squeal with excitement upon seeing these fluffy rays of sunshine.

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BBQ Explained - Simplified with Josh McBride

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Simplified is hosted by nationally recognized television host and producer, In this episode, Josh discusses one of the great rights of summer, the outdoor BBQ, and the numerous ways you can enjoy it. No matter what your personal choices - Charcoal or Propane? Steak or Chicken? Wine or Beer? - in Josh's view, any combo can work so be creative!

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71-Year-Old Man Walks Thousands Of Miles To Promote Peace

Most of us want to make the world a better place. Not all of have actually done something about it—but a grandfather named Al has, many times over.

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Pickles Anyone? Friends Start Gourmet Business!

At Miss Jenny's Pickles, they preserve every pickle jar with family tradition and lots of love!

Miss Jenny's Pickles company started after Ashlee and Jenny, partners for years in the financial industry, lost their jobs due to economic recession. They knew they wanted to start a business venture together and of all things, a pickle company!

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A Collage Of Metrocard Colors In New York City

One person's castoff can become another's inspiration!

Meet Nina Boesch, a NY based interaction designer from Germany, who has been creating collages from discarded MetroCards® for over 10 years.

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Shane Inspired A Playground For Everyone

To highlight the importance of raising awareness, we bring you a story about one father who wanted to make lives of kids with disabilities brighter.

A playground is a place where children can play and have fun — but what about children with disabilities? Shane's Inspiration took this question and created an answer by building inclusive playgrounds for kids with disabilities. Co-founded by Scott Williams, a father whose son was told he would live his life in a wheelchair after being diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, lives the mission of Shane's Inspiration — to make sure everyone is able to play in a positive environment.

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Making the Best French Toast Ever with Chef Peter!

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 video, Chef Peter and his assistant Karina revisit one of Peter's favorite breakfast treats - French Toast! It's tasty and so easy!

Watch Peter whip up this dish in minutes with just fresh bread, eggs, milk and a frying pan...and the choice of toppings (butter, syrup ,jam, fruit...) are up to you!

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Friendship is Forever - Kindness Rocks Keep Buddy’s Memory Alive

"Wait up, mate!" William would call out to his best friend Joey as they tore through the halls Tyngsboro Elementary School in Massachusetts. Inseparable best friends since the first day they met in kindergarten, the boys bonded over a love of superheroes -- especially Spiderman.

Though he lived every day like a superhero, Joey was born with a cardiac condition known as cardiomyopathy, a disease of the heart muscle that makes it harder for your heart to pump blood to the rest of your body. This condition caused him to have an enlarged heart that led to a lifetime of medical struggles. Joey died from this disease at age 6.

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