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Watch: This Actor Tell Her Childhood Teacher She's Going To Broadway

Talia is playing Elphaba in "Wicked" on Broadway. Her voice teacher, Craig, has been teaching her since she was 12 years old. Talia set up a GoFundMe to help him get to NYC for one of her shows. Thanks to the donations, he is all set for his trip.

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Here's the Wholesome Reason Why This Barber Has Kids Read Books Out Loud During Haircuts

One barber is boosting kids' confidence by paying them $3 to read aloud during haircuts at City Cuts Barbershop. Owner Jon Escueta aims to create a safe space for children to speak up without fear of judgment. Parents report that the program is helping their kids gain more confidence in and out of the classroom. City Cuts Barbershop funds "Books by Kids" with community donations and a GoFundMe page, making a positive impact on young readers' lives.

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This Football Fan Was Reunited With the Man That Saved His Life

A heartwarming reunion took place at Chelsea's training ground as a football fan met the volunteer who saved his life during a match last year. Doctors hailed it as a "miracle" that Paul Archer, 66, survived after going into cardiac arrest for 20 minutes. St John Ambulance volunteer Prince Tandukar was praised and thanked by the grateful survivor. The emotional meeting highlighted the importance of learning CPR to save lives in emergencies - spreading positivity and hope through their inspiring story.

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LeBron James Has Become the First NBA Player to Score 40,000 Points

Basketball star LeBron James made history by becoming the first NBA player to reach 40,000 career regular-season points. Despite a bittersweet loss for his team, the Los Angeles Lakers, James expressed pride in achieving this milestone. He reflected on his long career and the pressure of living up to high expectations since he was a young player over 20 years ago. With an impressive record-breaking feat and a dedication to maintaining peak performance throughout his career, James continues to inspire admiration from fans and fellow players alike.

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Meet the First Grey Seal Pup to be Born in the Beaulieu River

A rare grey seal pup was born on Beaulieu River, believed to be the first in Hampshire waters. The Buckler's Hard Yacht Harbour team is working to protect the pup from disturbance by river users and ensure its survival. Excitement surrounds this unique event as grey seals typically do not breed locally. With the help of conservationists, they are optimistic about the pup's future and look forward to watching it grow in their protected environment.

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This Adorable Pup Couldn't Stop Smiling at Her Surprise Birthday Party

On the day of her adoption, Kona the rescued pittie mix filled her forever home with joy. Over seven years, she made everyone happy and took on a big sister role when another puppy joined the family. Celebrating her seventh birthday recently, Kona was surprised with a special party by Collyn and loved every moment surrounded by family and friends. Grateful for her amazing family, Kona continues to bring smiles to everyone's faces each day.

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New Research Could Have Us Sniffing Our Way to Better Health

Imagine being able to inhale scents that could potentially delay cancer, inflammation, and neurodegenerative diseases. Researchers at the University of California, Riverside are making this futuristic concept a reality by studying how certain volatile compounds can alter gene expression in organisms. This groundbreaking research opens up possibilities for using odor-based therapies to combat diseases like cancer and neurodegeneration while also revolutionizing agriculture practices through plant growth manipulation with volatiles.

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The World's First-Ever Jet Suit Race Was Just Held in Dubai

In a scene straight out of a superhero movie, the world's first jet suit race took place in Dubai. Eight racers wearing jet suits competed over water near Dubai Marina using engines on their backs and arms to control flight paths. Organizers chose the water site for safety as pilots raced above the water at high speeds through 12 traffic points along a 700-metre course. The event was organized by Gravity Industries, with former gymnast Issa Kalfon winning the competition using a powerful 1,500-horsepower jet suit.

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These Ancient Stars Snapped by the Hubble Telescope Have Aced Longevity

The Hubble Space Telescope recently captured a stunning image of a globular cluster in the constellation Mensa. This cluster, known as NGC 1841, contains tens of thousands to millions of stars and offers insights into early star formation. The European Space Agency collaborates with NASA on these discoveries, shedding light on celestial 'fossils' that help astronomers understand galaxy evolution. Located within the Large Magellanic Cloud, NGC 1841's unique features are made visible by Hubble's unparalleled clarity from its orbit above Earth.

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This L.A. neighborhood's Painted Pavements Are Helping it Stay Cool Amidst Heat

In Pacoima, Los Angeles, street vendor José Damián faced extreme heat while selling snacks last summer. After a health scare, he now takes precautions to stay cool. To combat rising temperatures in the neighborhood, a project was launched to install "cool pavements" that have shown promising results in reducing surface and air temperatures. Residents are enjoying the cooler environment and are hopeful for more solutions to tackle urban heat in their community.

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How Conservationists in Norway Are Giving Arctic Foxes a Helping Hand

In a heartwarming scene, five Arctic foxes were released into the snowy wilderness of southern Norway. However, due to climate change and habitat loss, these beautiful creatures may struggle to find enough food in their natural environment. Conservationists have stepped in by setting up feeding stations with dog food kibble across Hardangervidda National Park. This proactive approach aims to support the fox population as they face challenges from disrupted food chains caused by environmental changes.

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Here's the Wholesome Reason Why This Barber Has Kids Read Books Out Loud During Haircuts

This Football Fan Was Reunited With the Man That Saved His Life

LeBron James Has Become the First NBA Player to Score 40,000 Points

Meet the First Grey Seal Pup to be Born in the Beaulieu River

This Adorable Pup Couldn't Stop Smiling at Her Surprise Birthday Party

New Research Could Have Us Sniffing Our Way to Better Health

The World's First-Ever Jet Suit Race Was Just Held in Dubai

These Ancient Stars Snapped by the Hubble Telescope Have Aced Longevity

This L.A. neighborhood's Painted Pavements Are Helping it Stay Cool Amidst Heat

How Conservationists in Norway Are Giving Arctic Foxes a Helping Hand