Shelter Dogs Walk Into A Photo Booth…

Did you see the shelter dogs that walked into a photo booth? Magic happens. As fun as these photos are… They actually didn’t happen in a real photo booth. They are the brain child of photographer, Guinnevere Shuster who knows the power of an adorable photo. She takes photos of shelter dogs for the Humane Society of Utah, posts them on their Facebook page and Instagram feed. The results? Fast Company Magazine reports, besides some awesome photos, adoptions are up. Way

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How “DC Cupcakes” Sisters Lost Over 100 lbs!

If you’re looking for an uplifting book, written in really short chapters, please check out Daryn’s new book, “Hope Possible: A Network News Anchor’s Thoughts On Losing Her Job, Finding Love, A New Career, And My Dog, Always My Dog.” Talk about a challenge! How are you supposed to lose weight while running a cupcake empire? That was the challenge facing Katherine Berman and Sophie LaMontagne. They are the sisters who own Georgetown Cupcake and star in the “DC Cupcakes” reality show

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Can Betty The Chicken Make Twitter History?

Be still my chicken-loving heart! A restaurant chain in Australia has hired a chicken named, “Betty,” in an effort to make Twitter history. Chicken Treats has hired Betty to take over their social media and her first assignment is to tweet a 5-letter English word. Of course, there’s a deadline. It’s a corporation, people! Metro News says Betty has until October 30th to complete her assignment. The Chicken Treats folks have set her up with a keyboard and learning development. Some

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6-Hour Workday: Which Country Is Making The Shift?

A 6-hour workday? “Sign me up!” I hear you say. Seems to make a lot of sense. Companies that are trying this on find employees are just as productive and certainly happier. The trick seems to be calling fewer meetings and who wouldn’t be in favor of that? Fast Company reports in this article that country that is increasingly making this shift is Sweden. They talk to a number of Swedish CEO’s who say they realize to survive the longer 8+ hour

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Unclaimed Veteran Gets Hero’s Funeral

Ronnie Toler died as you would hope no one would. Certainly, no war veteran. When he passed away a few weeks ago in a Dickson, TN rehab center, he had no family. He had no friends. There was no one to claim his body. So, the nurses who cared for him at National Health Care reached out to a local funeral home to see what they could do. WKRN-TV reports the employees were so moved by Toler’s story, they decided

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Last Known Living 9/11 Search & Rescue Dog Honored With 16th Birthday Celebration

100 search and rescue dogs deployed at Ground Zero after 9/11. Bretagne, the golden retriever, is the last known living dog of that group of heroes 9/11 search and rescue dogs. Of course, she is so special in the eyes of many New Yorkers. To honor Bretagne and to pay respects to the upcoming September 11th anniversary, BarkPost teamed up with 1 Hotels to give Bretagne her best day ever for her 16th birthday. Bretagne and her owner/handler, Denise Corliss, were invited back

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Rival Meteorologist And Other Journalists Fill In So WBDJ Journalists Can Go To Memorial

And here you have the other side of journalism. We saw the awful, dark, and twisted mind at work last week when Alison Parker and Adam Wade were shot dead while doing a live shot in Roanoke, Virginia. Monday, two former employees manned the evening broadcasts. Retired anchor Keith Humphry stepped in. Meteorologist Andrew Freiden is now at a rival station, NBC12, but he got his start at WDBJ. They were backed up by crews from CBS’ national news operation

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Inventor Creates Cereal Devices Making Breakfast Silly & More Fun

There’s just something about cereal! What a hoot when Kellogg’s commissioned inventor and designer Dominic Wilcox to come up with creative cereal delivery systems. I’m not sure if any of his ideas are more efficient than the old spoon and bowl, but they sure do spoon up some smiles. Check out some of his inventions:       See more of the inventions and the thinking behind the project in The Daily Mail.

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From Orphan To NFL Owner, One Of Most Powerful Women In Sports

The call came on Christmas Eve 1974, almost exactly nine months after Ralph and Marilyn Kerr, who were already raising two biological sons in Fairport, NY began the process of trying to adopt a child from overseas. The Kerrs always found that nine-month time frame appropriate and perhaps a bit karmic, “Because that’s how long it takes to make a baby,” Ralph said with a smile. That 5-year-old baby girl became Kim Kerr. She is now married to Terry Pegula

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