Vocês se lembram de Miles Scott, um menino com cinco anos de idade, que sobrevivei à leucemia e que se tornou o Batkid por um dia, graças à Fundação Make a Wish e à cidade de San Francisco? Bem, nerds de plantão, alguém pegou a aventurade Miles e reproduziu em um trailer real do filme do Batman: Dark Knight Rises.
All Batman lovers you would be so proud of what San Francisco was able to do for Batkid today. And Batman wasn't too shabby either.
Dinovember —Every year, my wife and I devote the month of November to convincing our children their plastic dinosaur figures come to life while they sleep.
Despite her own financial setbacks, Khadijah Muhammad believes in paying it forward. Now, all her giving is coming full circle.
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Kaysville neighbors get into Christmas spirit early to help friend with cancer. One Davis County neighborhood is fulfilling a man's dying wish - to spend one final Christmas season with his family.
Check out Brad Gleason (part owner of Nature's Joy) and Gregorio Jacobo (executive farm manager at West Hills Farms) on the cover of Pacific Nut Producers magazine! Here is the link if you want to read about these fine farmers: http://www.pacificnutproducer.com/