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Ballet company welcomes Ukrainian teacher
A studio owner received a message from a Ukrainian woman looking for help, after coming to America in February. Now that her country remains at war with Russia, the ballet teacher cannot go back. She's potentially without a home, but not without hope, as she finds her new space in the U.S.
Growing while growing -- with music, videos and community gardening
"Gro-Town is a multimedia children's endeavor, so through original music and original videos and community gardening initiatives, we're seeking to instill a sense of gratitude and wonderment from the world outside our windows and the communities in which we reside," Danielle Carlomusto said.
5 ways to participate in #GivingTuesday without spending a dime
Giving Tuesday is still somewhat new in the grand scheme of social media things, and even though your first thought might be donating money, there are plenty of other ways to give, so don’t feel like you can’t participate if you don’t happen to have the funds at the moment.
Light of inspiration: Detroit Edison baseball team advances to state championship against all odds
It’s hard enough for any school to get to a state baseball final, let alone a school in a city where prep baseball is an afterthought. But the improbable nature of Edison’s run goes even further than that.