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Dad makes tearful plea to see deceased son’s Facebook ‘Look Back’ video

  NEW YORK (TRP) – A mourning father’s plea to Facebook to see his deceased son’s biggest moments has been answered. John Berlin of St. Louis, Mo., uploaded a video to YouTube this week, making a plea to Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team to gain access to his son’s profile. His son, Jesse Berlin, […]

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WATCH: Salvation Army bell ringers drop it like its hot for donations

  NEW YORK (PIX11) — For decades, Salvation Army bell ringers have been a fixture for city sidewalks during Christmas time. However, between freezing temps and smartphone obsessed passersby, it’s pretty hard to get anyone’s attention. In recent years volunteers have flipped the script, throwing their own little ‘kettle’ block parties all to help needy […]

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Heart-warming reunions made possible by social media

  NEW YORK (TRP) – From self-adulation to privacy issues – the world of social media sometimes gets a bad rap but when the technology is used correctly it can make reunions – once deemed inconceivable  – reality. Take the story of two Bosnian sisters, 88-year-old Tanija Delic and 82-year-old Hedija Talic. The two separated […]

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J.J. Watt Proposes to 6-Year-Old Who Cried Over Being Too Young to Marry Him

What started out as an adorable YouTube video has ended in smiles for one lucky 6-year-old girl. Meet Breanna, she is devastated and crying a river because she isn’t old enough to marry Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt. The adorable video is posted on YouTube because that’s apparently what you do nowadays … especially […]

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What Kind Of Life Would You Have If Money Was No Object?

  NEW YORK (TRP) – Ask yourself: What would you do with your life if money was no object? It’s the question the late Alan Watts, a renowned British professor, would often ask his students as they got closer to graduation. As would explain: “… living your life based solely on money is a horrible […]

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Hip Hop Stars, Athletes Make A ‘Push For Peace’ To Combat Street Violence

THE BRONX (TRP) – In an effort to educate young people, giving them the tools to combat ongoing violence plaguing their communities, an array of famous faces converged in the Bronx this past weekend with one common goal. Called “Push For Peace,” the positive show and festival was sponsored by New York hip hop station […]

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