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A woman comes to the Lost and Found every day…and finally finds what she is looking for in this sweet short from Omeleto.

What could be more personal than a voice, and what can be more important in expressing our emotions? Famously, British scientist Stephen Hawking complained that the automated voice he was given had an American accent. This NBC news story shows […]

Thanks to Dana Stevens and the Slate Culture Gabfest for recommending the very clever music parodies by Dustin and Genevieve. I love this “Lion King” update for the era of social media. (Check out their very sweet proposal video, too.)

A new series from Starbucks pays tribute to “Upstanders,” stories, films, and podcasts about people who make a difference with kindness and generosity.

Parents are never prepared to answer the “Where do babies come from?” question. When writer/director Evan Blank was asked to write a comically awkward scene, he remembered his own conversation with his father. Twinkies and Donuts is his cute, comedically […]

Watch what happens when Parisians find portals to other countries in a city square.

In this ad from Wells Fargo, a couple learns sign language to welcome their new daughter.

Miley Cyrus has founded a new nonprofit called Happy Hippies “to rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth and other vulnerable populations.” To help get the word out and help raise money, she is inviting her […]