Positive Paparazzi: Win A Date With Stephen Colbert

Simply by donating $10 to Omaze, you could win a trip to NYC and spend an evening with none other than Stephen Colbert to talk about politics, humor and I don't know, jeggings? Who cares?! It's Stephen Colbert!! DONATE NOW, YOU FOOLS... I mean, uh... sorry. The contest closes July 12th.

James Wharton recently published, Out In The Army: My Life as a Gay Soldier, which tells how in 2008,  Prince Harry saved him from a homophobic attack from other servicemen. Harry's like, ONE good deed away from making me do something important irrational like friend him on Facebook or something brilliant ridiculous like that.

John Malkovich rescued a bleeding man from Ohio in Toronto. I'd say John Malkovich probably never thought he'd do something like that, but every time I doubt John Malkovich, I get pleasantly surprised. So... I guess I'm suggesting that he's good in a crisis because he can see it coming... because he's psychic. Just a theory.

Samuel L. Jackson has released a recorded monologue a promise he made as part of a contest he held to benefit the Alzheimer's Association. When he learned the donations to the association reached $175,000, he celebrated with this beauty:

An impeccably dressed Kerri Washington presented an award at the Jewelers For Children's Gala to Efraim Grinberg for his hard work in supporting JFC.

Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld recently hosted the 2013 Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash, an event that raised $460,000 to help families in need.

Dancing With The Stars host, Brooke Burke LURVES her two new kittens, so much that she joined up with 50 Years, 50 Shelters to help raise awareness of how much the program helps dedicated cat shelters across the country. Me-YOW, baby.

John Rich, country singer and former member of the band Lonestar performed a sold-out show for St. Jude's Children Hospital.

The UK and Ireland One Direction performances will mean a lot to cancer research. The viral boy band has decided to donate their ticket sales to Stand Up To Cancer. Pinch me, I'm swooning.

Charo has surfaced!! From what, I'm not sure! I just haven't seen her in a long time and I'm excited!! And guess what, she's totally NOT INTO bull fighting. In fact, she hates it. Because she's a caring person AND an iconic guitarist/singer/half-ponytail wearer. Way to go, chica.

Whew! What a week for celebrity goodness. I'm floored, I'm stunned, I'm verklempt even! And how could we not be? The stars came out in full force this week to teach the world a thing or ten about being good to your fellow man, fan, and creature. Faith in humanity: RESTORED. Cheers to that, my friends, cheers to THAT.

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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 11-year-old Callie Danysh who showed great ingenuity when her Cub Scout service project to honor a local hero was put on hold due to Covid19. Instead of shutting down, Callie pivoted to a new idea - a display of artistically drawn flags with warm messages of kindness and support that are delivered to First Responders and Healthcare Workers all around her Morris Township, New Jersey community.

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When you see them, you won't believe that these frightening creatures of the undead came from the main ingredient for pumpkin pie. Using three 1,800 pound pumpkins (the three largest in the U.S.), Ray Villafane, his partner Andy Bergholtz, and a talented team of carvers create a masterpiece of nightmares.

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Childhood Friends Love of Baseball Bolsters Community - OG Sports with Scott Stanford (E5)

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 Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman, boyhood friends who eat, drink, and breath baseball, and are the co-creators of Cespedes Family BBQ. This Twitter account, named for a goofy backyard video by NY Mets outfielder, Yoenis Cespedes, is where their 100,000+ followers come for fun and lively wall-to-wall Baseball Banter, especially In October during the MLB Playoffs and World Series.

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Happiness is a choice, and one we all want to make. Happier people tend to live healthier lives and you often find the keys to happiness just outside your door. In this episode of Happiness Made Simple, host Dr. Woody Woodward describes how being out and about near a babbling brook, a luscious green field, or an iconic museum stimulates our ears, eyes, and mind and helps us to be more engaged with the nature, culture and people around us.

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Non-Profit Matches Veterans with Therapy Dogs for Life Changing Support

** In celebration of "National Pets For Vets Day", we wanted to share this heart warming story about how a service dog is helping a Vet with PTSD **

Brett Simon was a veteran K9 police officer who went on to work as a contractor for the Department of the Army as a bomb dog handler. However, after serving two tours in Iraq, he returned home suffering from PTSD.

Led by his Mom, Shari Duval, who had worked for veteran's charities near their home in Jacksonville Florida, Brett's family undertook two years of research to find a solution to help Brett and others with this condition.

Their research focused on canine assistance for PTSD. Ultimately, they started a non-profit organization. K9s For Warriors, dedicated to providing service dogs to warriors suffering from post-traumatic stress and/or traumatic brain injury as a result of their military service (post 9/11).

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