Artist Paints Mural Of Hope On Ruins Of Friend’s Home Destroyed In Wildfire

Mural meant to show that friend he will rise out of the ashes California artist Shane Grammer paints murals. It’s just one of the creations he makes as a graffiti artist. He happens to have a friend who is also named, Shane. Shane Edwards. Edwards lived in Paradise, California. Yeah, that Paradise. The one destroyed by wildfires in 2018. Shane Edwards showed Shane Grammer what was left of his home. It wasn’t much. Pretty much just a chunk of the

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Customers Buy Out Doughnuts Shop Every Day So Owner Can Be With His Ailing Wife

Dozens of doughnuts make kindness go round and round Doughnuts are the key to one Southern California neighborhood helping out a couple who have served their community for years. ABC7 reports John and Stella Chhan have owned and operated Donut City in Seal Beach for three decades. They bought the shop after they immigrated as refugees from Cambodia. Recently, customers have noticed Mr. Chhan is running the shop by himself. He shared that his wife had suffered an aneurysm.  He

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Dog Mayor Is Elected Head Of California Town

Finally, Dog Mayor Is a Politician All Voters Can Support All hail the Dog Mayor! Maximus Mighty Dog Mueller II is now the mayor of Idyllwild, California. You can just call him, “Mayor Max.”  Like any practical, ambitious politician he has accepted campaign donations. In this case, the money is going to help rescue animals. KMIR-TV has His Honor’s story. Just like any successful politician, Mayor Max has his own website.  There, you can find information like the mayor’s job

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Girl Uses Google Translate To Invite Lonely New Classmate To Lunch

A big thanks to a fifth grade girl and Google Translate for this splash of kindness. Amanda Moore noticed a new boy in her class at Paloma Elementary School in Temecula, California. Her mom, Kimber Kinard, told CBS News, “I always say, ‘Find the new kid.’ Always. Find the new kid. They may not stay your friend, but they won’t forget that you made them welcome in that school.” When it came to this new boy, including the new kid was easier

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