Josh Norman’s offseason: Blue Angels, Rio Grande, helping others

The outspoken cornerback revels in his wide-ranging adventures and serving others, and scoffs at the idea that he’s just “a controversial guy.” – NFL

Meet the Clever Hospital Robot That’s Helping Save Lives

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Helping Hands…Live & Acoustic at the Masonic – Metallica

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Helping Hands…Live & Acoustic at the Masonic


Genre: Rock

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 1, 2019

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Helping People, and the Planet: Nordstrom Partners With Operation Warm

MORE THAN A COAT: This year, Nordstrom employees join a list of other retail partners, such as Abercrombie & Fitch Co., Hollister Co. and TJX Cos. Inc. in volunteering their time in partnership with Operation Warm to provide coats to children in need — and also help the planet.
Marking 20 years in helping the unfortunate, Operation Warm is on track to achieve three million coats distributed with the aid of corporate partnerships and the corporate employee volunteer program, which is in its third year. Other avenues of assistance come directly through community groups, firefighters and schools for where the help is most needed.
Through its inaugural partnership with Nordstrom, “the green guardian” coat gives back. Each coat is designed and manufactured by Operation Warm and made out of 32 recycled plastic bottles.
Mutually excited in their partnership, Nordstrom and Operation Warm believe the mission is in line with company core values as well as demonstrated need.
As the holidays warrant a pleasure in giving, “This holiday season, Nordstrom is excited to be partnering with Operation Warm to outfit 1,500 children in New York City with new winter coats,” said Chris Wanlass, vice president and general manager of Nordstrom Manhattan.
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Second Helping – Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Second Helping

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: January 1, 1973

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Episode 171 Scott Adams: Bill Pulte Talks About Helping Urban Areas


  • Partnering with urban communities to clear blighted areas
  • Reduces crime in those areas, like rape and drug use
  • Community safety is a major benefit of the Blight Authority process
  • Gathering ideas for what to do with all the cleared land
  • This is a non-government, 501(c)3 non-profit donation driven movement
  • There’s nobody on the other side of this issue, both sides support it


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Lynyrd Skynyrd: Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd & Second Helping – Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Lynyrd Skynyrd

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 19.99

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Release Date: January 1, 2015

Earlier this year Lynyrd Skynyrd performed their first two studio albums, “Pronounced 'Lĕh-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd” and “Second Helping”, live in their entirety for the first time, at two specially staged concerts at the Florida Theatre in their home town of Jacksonville, Florida. It was a special occasion for both the act and their fans as the band performed tracks they’d never or rarely played live before alongside classic songs that are an essential part of any Lynyrd Skynyrd live show. These unique concerts are a must have for any Lynyrd Skynyrd fan.

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Colbert Mocks Giuliani’s Bonkers Fox News Interview: ‘Rudy, You’re Not Helping!’

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T.I. is Helping Houston’s Understand Black Culture After Ending Boycott

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How Russell Westbrook Is Helping Make Jordan Brand’s New Classics

There’s no one playing basketball right now who can carry on the legacy of Michael Jordan with Jordan Brand. No one, that is, with the exception Russell Westbrook if you ask Shea Serrano, best-selling author of Basketball (And Other Things). “You need someone who is going to dunk on someone and then pose for pictures over them—and then after the game post something on Instagram about it,” Serrano said of the type of player who could fill that void. “You need someone rebellious. Russell is the most rebellious player in the NBA right now.”

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Brie Larson, Serena Williams, And More Celebs Who Are Helping Kids See Black Panther

Brie Larson, Serena Williams, Octavia Spencer, and more celebs have donated to ‘Black Panther’ causes, helping kids around the country see the movie opening weekend.

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Meet The 21-Year-Old Musician Who’s Helping Victims Of Hurricane Harvey

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Gene Simmons Helping LAPD In Child Porn Case

Gene Simmons is reportedly lending a hand to police an ongoing child pornography case that has ties to the KISS singer’s home. Simmons is in no way suspected with the crime and it is reported that his home internet connection was used to access child porn at some time last year. Simmons spoke on the case with Australia’s, saying, “They’re [police] on the trail . . .”
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Al Roker Says Kathie Lee Gifford’s Faith Is Helping Her Through Her Husband’s Death

Five days after the death of football legend Frank Gifford, Al Roker told HuffPost Live that his “Today” colleague Kathie Lee Gifford is “very strong but obviously very distraught” after losing her husband.

“The thing I love about Kathie Lee [is] she jokes around and does all this, but at her core — and this is what I admire about her — she is such a woman of faith,” Roker said. “And while this is a tragedy for her and her family, I know she knows it’s God’s will. And while she’s sad, I think she rejoices in the time she had with Frank and these two beautiful children they had together.” 

UPDATE: Gifford responded to Roker’s comments on Twitter, writing that she and her family have found “perfect peace.”

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Jack Falahee Isn’t Getting Away With Murder, But He Is Helping Children

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Here’s The Latest Hip-Hop Guru Will Smith Says Is Helping Him Out In The Studio

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3 Tips For Helping Your Teen Cope With Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is an insidious threat, with victims living in fear, humiliation, depression, isolation, or even doing the unthinkable by taking their own lives. According to Dr. Phil, who has testified before Congress on the topic and dedicated countless hours on his show to it, it is a serious crisis that particularly haunts children; day and night, “keyboard stalkers” are antagonizing others with consequences that are immediate, widespread, indelible, and most of all, devastating. Read his impassioned plea, called “It’s Time To Stop The Cyberbullying Epidemic,” here.

In the video above, Dr. Phil offers three tips for how to cope if you or your child is the victim of cyberbullying.

1. Unplug. If you’re getting attacked online, get off the sites where you’re either seeing your name smeared or being attacked directly. “It is so easy for me to say, but so hard for the Amandas of the world to do,” says Dr. Phil, referring to a teen named Amanda Todd who took her own life. “Does that mean they’re not going to tease you in school?” Dr. Phil asks. Probably not, but you’ll at least have stopped exposing yourself to one painful avenue of the abuse.

2. Tell someone with authority that you’re being victimized. “We’ve got to tell these kids that telling is not tattling,” Dr. Phil says firmly. They may have been raised to believe that nobody likes a tattletale, but telling someone with responsibility about cyberbullying is critical. “You need to reach out and get help.”

3. Parents: Take it seriously. If you shrug off your child being the victim of cyberbullying and think to yourself, “Kids will be kids,” you are making a mistake. The consequences can be tragic, and it’s your responsibility as a parent to get involved. “This is the loneliest time a child can ever have in their life. You don’t want to leave them alone,” Dr. Phil cautions.

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Air Force Captain: Hook-Up Apps Are Helping Me End AIDS

U.S. Air Force Captain Anthony Interrante, 34, refused to let a Middle East deployment stop him from riding in this year’s AIDS/LifeCycle or from finishing the 545-mile ride, which began on Sunday, May 31, as one of the top fundraisers.

How does a critical-care flight nurse serving in Afghanistan raise more than $ 59,000 to fight HIV? “Easy,” says the built and chiseled native of Philadelphia. “I mostly used Grindr and Scruff.”


“People told me I should send out emails to friends telling them about my training and asking for their support,” says Interrante. “But training wasn’t exactly something that comes easy in Bagram. If I had to talk about training, I’d end up having to pay my own way.”

So the openly gay Air Force officer turned to social media — but not just Facebook.

“I would engage with everyone around the world who would send me a “woof” or whatever, eventually telling them that I was going to be riding 545 miles to help end HIV and that I’d appreciate their support. I was amazed by how generous people were.”

Many users of gay “meet-up” apps feel uncomfortable showing their face in profile pictures and even feel uncomfortable acknowledging use of them. And you’d think that if anyone were to be discreet about their use of such apps, it would be a military officer. But Interrante, who has been out during his entire eight-year career in the military (even before the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell”), is unabashed about his use of online tools to connect with guys.

“Why should we be afraid to talk about using them? We’re all sexual creatures,” he says. “It really kills me when guys say they’re ‘discreet’ and won’t show or send their face pic. It’s ridiculous; I’m not just a torso or a pair of legs. We’re all here for the same thing and shouldn’t be afraid to talk about it.”

Of course, not everyone is using these apps to better the world, but Joey Dube, Vice President of Marketing for Scruff, says, “We’re not surprised by our members’ generosity toward one another and are gratified to know that guys are using Scruff to connect in meaningful ways.”

About $ 56,000 of the money Interrante raised for the seven-day ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles was from hundreds of strangers — representing every continent, including Antarctica — who were enticed to connect with him online via his sexy swimsuit picture.

“I know I’ve got a lot of ‘thank you’ notes to write, and I’m truly humbled by all the support,” says the Vacaville, California, resident, “and not just for me but for the amazing work of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and Los Angeles LGBT Center that benefit from this event.”

The fundraising certainly proved to be easier than the training, since riding a road bike in Bagram wasn’t an option, and not just because of the 100-degree heat. “I did more CrossFit than anyone should, and I learned to own a spin bike for two to three hours at a time,” says Interrante, who didn’t ride an actual bike until the 82-mile first day of AIDS/LifeCycle.

How’s he doing after Day 2? “I’m feeling great,” says the member of AIDS/LifeCycle’s Team Mary, “and I’m feeling even better that we’ve raised more than $ 16 million to fight HIV. I’ve never lost anyone to HIV, and I’m riding because I don’t want anyone to have to deal with that kind of loss.”

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Aaron Hernandez Fiancee — Perjury Charge Dropped … After Helping Convict NFL Star

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Dallas Cowboys Honored For Helping Reintegrate Criminals Back Into NFL

DALLAS—Praising the organization for their refusal to turn their backs on those with a troubled past, the ACLU honored the Dallas Cowboys Wednesday for their ongoing efforts to reintegrate criminals back into the NFL.

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Robin McGraw Honored For Helping Victims of Abuse (VIDEO)

Robin McGraw, Dr. Phil’s wife, was recently honored at the 21st Annual Knock Out Abuse Against Women fundraising gala for her efforts to help women and children, especially those affected by domestic violence, live healthy, safe, and joy-filled lives. Robin, who founded When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw Revelation Foundation, told the audience: “Over the years, I’ve watched courageous women talk to my husband on national television about domestic abuse. Believe me, it is infinitely powerful and inspiring. Being witness to this made it clear that I could not just sit back and do nothing. It is my hope that through When Georgia Smiled, we can reach out to these women and offer them aid to help them know that they are important and that they deserve to live a life filled with peace and happiness.”

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