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.

For the Animal Lover In You - Press Paws

Is your life fuller and happier when pets and other animals are around? This week, OGTV is sharing stories from Press Paws, our heartwarming series for the animal lover in all of us! Hosted by Michelle Ray Smith, Press Paws tells passionate stories of the unique bond between animals and people and how they help each other live a happier, more fulfilling life. Watch more here!

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Empowering Kids Through Their Cultural Heritage and Their Music

** OGTV is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with this story about an arts program that not only teaches their students musical skills, but also encourages them to be proud of their cultural heritage. **

In a sun-filled church in Stamford, Connecticut, a small group of young students sit with their musical instruments. Among them are many instruments you'd expect to see in a classroom—like violins and guitars—and also several that you may have never seen before, like the South American Charango and a Caribbean steel drum. That would give you your first hint that you're not looking at a standard music class. This is an INTEMPO class.

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Helping the “Unhoused” One Shower At A Time

** Watch this OGTV "GOOD STORY" about a woman in San Francisco who figured out a way to repurpose out-of-service buses into showers that provide this critical service to the Unhoused. **

What is universally despised in large, modern, metropolitan areas more than its public transportation, and in particular, the city bus? Slow, crowded, unpleasant – it mostly reminds us of lean times of struggle. However, a creative group of folks from San Francisco have come up with a brilliant idea that repurposes this inner city workhorse, converting it from a people mover to a mobile oasis where unhoused neighbors can seek comfort.

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College Students and Seniors Live And Thrive Together

** OGTV celebrates Classical Music Month with this story about an intriguing arrangement between a group of college students who are receiving free lodging at a senior community in return for sharing their mutual love of music and their companionship. **

"There's a tendency as people get older to isolate. In this community, there's less opportunity to do that, because we have the kids here!"

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These Portraits Of Fallen Heroes Are Healing Hearts

** OGTV's second MILITARY MATTERS playlist story of the week is about the generosity of a Vietnam veteran who uses his artistic skills to create portraits of fallen heroes and then donates them to their families. **

There may be no right answer on how to grieve a loved one, but Michael G. Reagan and George W. Bush have found ways to help.

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3rd Generation Family Farm is Bustling Community Hub - South Mountain Creamery

** OGTV celebrates Ice Cream Day with this story about a family that has been farming the same land for 3 generations and now has the first on farm dairy processing plant in Maryland that home delivers their own milk, yogurt, and ice cream. **

The Sowers family has been farming in Middletown, Maryland for almost 40 years and in all that time their philosophy has never changed - producing and delivering products that you can put on your table and feel good about. Fresh. Produced responsibly. Wholesome and nutritious.

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Veterinarian is a Modern Day Dr. Dolittle - Dr. Amy Jo's Wild Life (Part 1)

** OGTV's first GOOD STORY of the week is about the "wild" life of Dr. Amy Jo Pilmer, a Texas Veterinarian with a heart for animals that is as big as her state. **

This is the story of a modern day Dr. Doolittle with her own personal wildlife sanctuary, a local veterinarian who's life is dedicated to caring for unusual and extraordinary animals. These animals have become more than her patients or pets, they have become her family!

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Rising Pop Star and Cancer Survivor - Caly On The Good (Trailer)

In this original OGTV series, Caly On The Good, viewers are going to be able to follow Caly as she inspires other young adults with cancer, works with various organizations and charities, and tries to launch her pop music career. Caly is using her new found platform to support other survivors. "No matter what happens with music, I will always fight for people who have cancer." See all of Caly's inspiring moments here!

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