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Ginella Massa, a Toronto television journalist, is believed to be Canada’s first anchor to wear a Muslim head scarf at during one of the city’s major news broadcasts. Massa was asked to fill in at the anchor’s desk for CityNews’ 11pm […]

The cast of “Hairspray Live!” is getting excited for their upcoming performance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The stars have been rehearsing their performance this week in preperation. “Hairspray Live!” will join a dazzling lineup of Broadway’s best taking […]

Faith and technology have been combining over the last decade, and Christian leaders are taking notice. Bishop Christopher J. Coyne of Burlington, Vermont is active on social media, sharing his faith with his 13,000+ followers on Twitter alone. By 8 […]

In light of some heavy things that are happening in the world right now, the international holiday of World Kindness Day observed on November 13 couldn’t have come at a better time. Introduced in 1998 by the World Kindness Movement, […]

 For centuries, no one has looked inside the simple tomb in Jerusalem’s Old City, where it is said that Jesus Christ was laid to rest after his crucifixion and before his resurrection. Until this week, where a crew of specialists […]

108 years was enough for the Chicago Cubs. On Wednesday evening in Game 7 of the World Series at Progressive Field, for the first time since 1908 the Cubs stood tall as the champions of baseball. The Cubs overcame the […]

Ray Allen, a star for the Bucks, Sonics (now the Thunder), Celtics and Heat, announced his official retirement from the NBA on Tuesday. Allen announced his retirement in a letter to his younger self on the Players’ Tribune. “I write […]

Move over, “Shark Week.” There is something scarier playing on our televisions. National Geographic kicked off their first ever “Earth Week” programming on Sunday. The week is comprised of six straight days of primetime programming which focuses on the effects […]

Will you raise your voice for those who have no voice? That is the theme of the new short film, Sing a Little Louder, available for all to watch online free. Sing A Little Louder is inspired by the true story […]

Two of baseball’s longest championship droughts is about to end. The Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians will face head-to-head at the World Series on Tuesday, October 25th. The Indians are looking to seek their first World Series title in […]

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