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This Supermarket Is Offering Conversations At Checkout, And the Results Are Beautiful

With a goal to combat loneliness, especially amongst the elderly, at this supermarket the slower the checkout line the better. Offering conversations at checkout, the response has been incredibly positive.

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Five Planets Are Lining Up in the Sky This Week - Here's How to See Them

Get ready for a spectacular celestial event this week! Five planets including Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Uranus, and Mars will line up near the moon for a planetary hangout. The best time to see them is on Tuesday right after sunset, looking towards the western horizon. Although Mercury and Jupiter will quickly dip below the horizon after sunset, the remaining planets will stretch from the horizon line to around halfway up the night sky. You can catch this rare planetary view from anywhere on Earth, as long as you have clear skies and a view of the west.

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These Triplets Defied the Odds and Broke a World Record

The three cheeky sisters from Bristol, Rubi-Rose, Payton-Jane and Porscha-Mae Hopkins, have made history! At just 2lb and 13oz at birth in 2021, these tiny triplets defied all odds as the lightest & most premature to survive. After an incredible 216 days in NICU, their parents said "the girls have come on leaps"! Now two years old, this amazing family are inspiring us all by sharing their story of strength and perseverance through TikTok along with showing what can be achieved when you lean on each other.

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Scientists Are Bringing Us Closer to History by Decoding Ancient Scents

Smells evoke emotions and memories that shape how we perceive and navigate the world, and they are becoming recognized as an important part of heritage. Now, scientists are studying the sense of smell to reconstruct ancient aromas and learn more about how people used to live. They are using biomolecular approaches, such as chromatography and mass spectrometry, to detect residues left on ancient objects such as incense burners, perfume bottles, cooking pots and food storage jars, which can reveal the ingredients and scents of the past.

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A Community Came Together to Pay Off the Lunch Debt for All Its Students

An inspiring story comes out of North Carolina, where a church congregation raised $23,000 to help children in their community pay off their school lunch debt. Pastor Dickie Spargo of City Church in Gastonia read a news article about the growing number of kids whose school lunch accounts remain unpaid, and was moved to help. The funds raised will eliminate student lunch debt for the year for every school int he county and contribute towards paying off debt for the next school year.

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Crash the One-Eyed Rescue Cat is This Year's Cadbury Spokesbunny

In heartwarming news, a one-eyed cat named Crash has become the first feline ever to win the Cadbury Bunny contest. The 8-year-old from Boise, Idaho was injured in a car accident, which left him with one eye. However, his outgoing personality and loving demeanor earned him the love of shelter staff and now the title of Cadbury's official "spokesbunny" for the year. As the winner, Crash will star in the 2023 Cadbury "Clucking Bunny" commercial and receive a prize of $5,000 for himself and $5,000 for the shelter of his choice.

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A Social Media Plea Helped Reunite a Woman With Her Lost Wedding Dress

A Canadian woman has been reunited with her wedding dress, which was mistakenly donated to a thrift shop by her father. Tanya Walsh had originally made a "long shot" plea on social media, asking locals to keep an eye out for the dress. The dress, which had extra significance for Walsh as it was bought by her late mother, who died soon after her daughter's wedding, was found by a volunteer in the basement of the St. Vincent de Paul Value Store. Walsh expressed her joy and gratitude to everyone who helped to share her story.

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An Innovative Ugandan School is Fusing Indigenous and Financial Education

In rural Uganda, something wonderful is happening. The Tat Sat Community Academy is giving generations of students a chance to excel in relevant education while preserving their indigenous culture! The school has unique features that set it apart from others, such as a community-owned maize mill that helps families subsidize their children's education by processing and selling maize. The project also includes centers that provide economic education and facilitates access to the banking system for students and their families.

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This Charity is on a Mission to Create a Nature Recovery Site in Every English County

Heal, a UK rewilding charity, is making strides in its mission to purchase degraded land and restore it to benefit nature and create rural jobs. The charity has just purchased a 460-acre site near Bruton in Somerset, the first step towards its ambitious goal of creating a major nature recovery site in all 48 English counties by 2050. Heal Somerset, the charity's first purchase, is a former dairy farm with miles of hedgerows, mature oaks, and traditional stone farm buildings that will be renovated.

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Meet Happy the Cow, the Calf Making Everyone Smile With His Unique Markings

Get ready to smile because this story is udderly adorable! Happy the cow was born on a dairy farm with a smiley face on one side of his body, and he's been making people smile ever since. His unique markings have landed him a role on the farm as a kind of mascot, and the workers love having him around. Despite being a "bobby calf" (surplus to requirements for replacing existing stock), Happy has found a permanent home on the farm thanks to his natural lawnmower skills and his ability to bring joy to everyone around him.

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He Returned a Lost $10,000 Check, But His Reward Was Much Bigger

When Elmer Alvarez was homeless, he found a $10,000 check. Instead of trying to pocket the money, he returned it to its owner. He says it was the right thing to do, despite being in a difficult situation himself. The check belonged to real estate broker Roberta Hoskie, who was surprised to find out it was returned by someone who was homeless. She rewarded Elmer for his honesty and offered him more than just a cash reward. She paid his rent for seven months and put him through real estate school. Now, with Roberta's help, Elmer is back on his feet.

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Five Planets Are Lining Up in the Sky This Week - Here's How to See Them

These Triplets Defied the Odds and Broke a World Record

Scientists Are Bringing Us Closer to History by Decoding Ancient Scents

A Community Came Together to Pay Off the Lunch Debt for All Its Students

Crash the One-Eyed Rescue Cat is This Year's Cadbury Spokesbunny

A Social Media Plea Helped Reunite a Woman With Her Lost Wedding Dress

An Innovative Ugandan School is Fusing Indigenous and Financial Education

This Charity is on a Mission to Create a Nature Recovery Site in Every English County

Meet Happy the Cow, the Calf Making Everyone Smile With His Unique Markings

He Returned a Lost $10,000 Check, But His Reward Was Much Bigger