When it comes to baby names, Alaskans are like celebrities in that they tend to go the offbeat route.
And by Alaskans we mean members of Sarah Palin’s extended clan, which are the only Alaskans we know. (So sorry, re
The muggers who brutally beat Jason Padgett outside of a karaoke club in Tacoma, Wa. a decade ago made off with his $99 leather jacket. However, they left the now-41-year old with something much more valuable: A unique genius for math.
Two-year old Noah Joel really wanted to see his sick grandmother in the hospital. So he pulled a stunt that darn near gave his mom a heart attack.
The toddler from Hameln, Germany snuck out his room when his mother thought he was playing. Then he grabbed his trusty toy bike and paddled toward where he believed the hospital and his granny to be. For provisions, Joel filled a backpack with candy.
10-year-old Dylan Viale has a very close relationship with his grandmother Sherry, who is blind. The two walk dogs and go to the movies together, and recently went to a Lego event where they helped build a giant Lego Yoda.
But because of her vision impairment, Dylan wasn’t able to share with his grandmother his love of video games. So the fifth-grader at Hidden Valley Elementary in Martinez, CA, did something about that — he developed a video game which blind and sighted people can play together.
According to a new poll from Gallup, Americans are less concerned about pollution than they have been at any time since 1990, when the polling company started regularly surveying attitudes on the subject.
At a time when many of his peers’ voices are still cracking, 14-year-old Jake Foushee’s voice is deep and smooth. Deep enough, in fact, to allow him to do a pretty spot-on imitation of legendary movie trailer guy Don LaFontaine. Check out the impressive display below.
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