This chalk art is incredible and the artist is only 14 years old
Gifted 14-year-old created chalk art every day for 100 days during quarantine
This chalk art is incredible and the artist is only 14 years old
10-year-old girl with one hand stitches face masks for exam students
Sindhuri stitches together protective masks for students so they will be safe during their upcoming exams
Powerful machine tears up soil, weeds and debris, which prepares the ground for planting crops
This machine will tear through soil and debris like butter
A brave Wisconsin family saved this baby bear's life
It was a daring rescue mission, but this family successfully accomplished it!
These rare aquatic salamanders can live up to 100 years
The olm is a blind amphibian with some amazing abilities for its unassuming size
Thailand city has become overrun with wild hungry monkeys
Wild monkeys have taken over this city in Thailand and are causing chaos for residents
Drone footage gives spectacular look at harvesting barley
This drone videographer captured a classic summer scene in Northern Ireland.
This couple downsized to a tiny home to focus on the important things in life
Tim Davidson and Sam Cosner's tiny home in Sarasota, Florida was designed after a 1920's style bungalow, complete with stained glass windows and barreled ceilings. The couple's main reasons for downsizing are to live debt free and stress free! Check out more of this tiny home in this episode of Dream Big, Live Small.
Jkissa vs. In The Know: Rainbow-inspired makeup challenge
We used Jkissa’s new cruelty-free e.l.f. collection to face off in a rainbow-filled makeup challenge Get your palette here: https://fave.co/3g6ZVWP
Italian coast guard frees sperm whale from fishing net
This 33-foot-long sperm whale got one gigantic rescue
This fashionable tiny home keeps only the essentials without sacrificing style
Downsizing into a tiny home was a difficult feat for this fashionista. But Marina found a way to display her designer goods as if they were works of art.
This 87-year-old ballerina has dedicated her entire career to raising the bar for Philadelphia’s young black dancers
For more than 60 years, Joan Meyers Brown has been teaching aspiring dancers the art of ballet in her native Philadelphia. Everyday, the 87-year-old ballerina oversees hours of choreography lessons, but that's not all. Mrs. Brown is a dance legend, having founded the internationally-acclaimed Philadelphia Dance Company (Philadanco) in 1970 to ensure that all black dancers have the same opportunities. She's even been awarded the National Medal of Arts by former President Barack Obama. Learn more on Mrs. Brown's story on this episode of Lifers!
Pro Mountain Biker Matt Jones builds epic bike park in his backyard
Mountain Bike Slopestyle rider Matt Jones grabbed his construction tools and built his own set of dirt bike ramps in his U.K home. Follow him on Instagram @mattjonesmtb
Proposed underwater tunnel exclusively for cyclists in Amsterdam has giant spiral entrances
This tunnel will help relieve the local ferry system, which cyclists currently depend on.
New species of shark that “walks” using its fins found off coast of Indonesia
These recently-discovered sharks have a unique advantage when scouring the ocean floor.
Jari Jones, face of Calvin Klein's Pride campaign
As New York City heads into its traditional LGBTQ Pride weekend — virtual this year save for the still-happening Queer Liberation March, with its expanded Black Lives Matter message — a “Fat Black Trans Woman looks over New York.” That’s according to a proud tweet from the woman herself, Jari Jones, a fast-rising star who is fronting Calvin Klein's 2020 Pride campaign, #PROUDINMYCALVINS, which also features a cast of eight other LGBTQ models.
Costco is discontinuing its half-sheet cakes
Costco shoppers are having a range of reactions after the company announced it has stopped selling its popular half-sheet cakes. The warehouse giant subtly made the announcement on social media weeks ago, but the news only recently made headlines.
This workaholic needs Jujubee and Thorgy Thor's help getting his love life back on track
Johnny is calling in to the Love Hotline because he can't seem to figure out how to juggle his demanding work life and maintain a spicy dating life. Can our hosts Jujubee and Thorgy Thor help him strike a balance?
Unlikely pantry staple for cleaner, brighter teeth
The versatility and benefits of coconut oil has made it a popular choice in many beauty routines, as well as many kitchens. The versatility and benefits of coconut oil has made it a popular choice in many beauty routines, as well as many kitchens.
Chella Man: The fight for disability inclusion is not over
Welcome to the ADA generation: Millennials and Gen Z under 30 who grew up with protection of the ADA and the power of social media. Meet Chella Man, a prominent 21-year-old deaf artist and activist, who has been fighting for disability rights and educating the public about deafness on his social media platforms.
Levi's Stadium has one of the most advanced technology systems of sports arenas in the world – here's an inside look
Welcome to Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. This high-tech stadium prides itself on all the ways it uses innovative technology to make fans' experiences better than ever. Learn how they do it on this week's episode of Sport of Tomorrow!
Fierce Twitch streamer plays in head-to-toe glam
This Twitch streamer loves to play in FULL glam – and honestly, YAS.
British mom discovers toddlers covered in paint
Are these siblings young, up-and-coming Picassos or messy troublemakers?
Lucky Charms-inspired French toast is the ‘90s brunch we need
This French toast is inspired by Lucky Charms
Arctic scientists participate in the ‘2020 Midwinter Subzero Swim’
These arctic expeditioners celebrated the shortest day of the year by taking a dive in subzero temperatures
Window transforms into balcony
Designed by Hofman Dujardin, these futuristic windows transform into a stunning balcony
How a coat led to one woman's cancer diagnosis
Heather Von St. James was diagnosed with malignant pleural mesothelioma, a cancer of the lining of the lungs, not long after her daughter was born in 2005. She only gained five pounds during her pregnancy and noticed she lost weight “really quick” afterward. “I was so tired,” she says. “I went to my basement to get laundry and, halfway up the stairs, I could barely breathe,” she explains. Then, I went and sat on the couch and I passed out.” Von St. James says she called her doctor “right away,” who did an X-ray of her lungs. Then, she was given her diagnosis. She was told that she had just 15 months to live if she didn’t receive treatment. Mesothelioma is often caused by exposure to asbestos, a heat-resistant mineral that has been used in a variety of construction materials for insulation. Von St. James says her doctor asked if her dad ever worked in construction or mining of any sort. “I said, ‘Well, yeah. He did both,’” she recalls. “I remembered I would wear his jacket and his jacket was covered in this grayish, whitish dust,” says Von St. James. “I would wear it when I had to go feed my rabbits, or rake the leaves or something because it was already dirty and it was my dad’s coat. It’s this coat covered in asbestos that led to my mesothelioma 30 years later.” “If I didn’t do anything, I was only going to live 15 months.” Von St. James was given a tough decision. “If I didn’t do anything, I was only going to live 15 months, which I was not going to take as an answer,” she says. Her other option: To have a groundbreaking surgery— “one of the most invasive surgeries there is,” she says. It involved removing her entire left lung, the lining of her heart, the left half of her diaphragm and one of her ribs. She decided to have the surgery. “The recovery was brutal because I had to follow up surgery with chemotherapy and radiation,” Von St. James says. She also had to learn to breathe with just one lung. “Having one lung, your breathing capacity is literally cut in half,” she explains. “People often ask me how long before everything is back to normal and I’m like, ‘Never.’ You have to adjust your entire way of life after a cancer diagnosis.” The median survival rate for people with pleural mesothelioma is 18 months, “so to make it even five years is a big deal,” Von St. James says. It’s been 14 years since her diagnosis, which is “kind of unheard of.” That’s why she says “it’s so important that I talk about it to bring awareness to the disease and offer hope to people who are newly diagnosed.”
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