Adam & Jared- After the Viral Flash Mob Proposal- A New Real Time Series!
One very special viral video launched our favorite couple into superstardom! If you did not see our JoyRide Flashmob Marriage Proposal video, Adam Keller, an indoor cycling instructor at JoyRide Cycling Studio, in CT organized a top-secret choreographed flash mob at the studio to propose to his boyfriend, Jared Marinelli, also a JoyRide instructor. The proposal went off like a charm and within 3 days, the video went viral, and now nearly 8 millions of people around the world have viewed this emotional, magical moment.
Since then, letters of support and incredible wedding plan offers have been pouring in for Adam and Jared. Now everyone wants a piece of Jadam (their team name!)
Now, HooplaHa's BRAND NEW SERIES, Joy Story, will bring viewers front row and center as Adam and Jared plan the biggest wedding of the year! And on this premier edition, Team Jadam will share the never before told behind the scenes drama that went into the proposal and we'll learn more about the incredible letters of love that poured in from around the globe. You won't want to miss one episode of this incredible love story!
Inclusion Films, started by veteran filmmaker Joey Travolta (brother of actor John Travolta) in 2007, is a teaching studio for aspiring filmmakers with developmental disabilities.
Lots of entrepreneurs build businesses around their personal skill sets. The D'Eri family decided to build their company around a very specific type of talent and ability: those possessed by people on the Autism spectrum, including Andrew D'Eri, one of the family's two sons.
Jonathan Murphy is a Bay Area actor and voice over artist who was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome at age 13. Thanks to his mom Jodi, who founded Geek Club Books, Jonathon is able to share his experiences growing up on the spectrum, while creating awareness for autism in an inspirational and entertaining way. Watch the FULL VIDEO now on OnlyGood.TV!
Art classes allow young people to express themselves in important ways. Unfortunately, arts education is disappearing from schools in America; since 2008, 80% of school districts have cut funding for art programs. Simultaneously, student creativity scores have dropped. Fortunately, there are people and groups out there fighting to keep arts education present and vibrant in schools across the country.
Tennis is a popular and fun pastime, in that it requires mental focus and athletic ability. But due to the cost of equipment and court time, lots of kids never get the chance to try their hand at the sport. Leaders of the Junior Tennis Champion Center (JTCC) recognized this cost challenge, and decided to do something to change it. In 2009, JTCC launched a Community Outreach initiative, with the goal of introducing underserved kids in Prince George's County, MD, and Washington, DC to tennis. And the program has become an indisputable success.
What's more fun than watching a fashion show? How about a fashion show featuring incredibly cute dogs??
Jim Curtis is an award-winning health industry pioneer. But reaching the pinnacle of success, as he has today, was no cake-walk. Only after accepting the curveballs and challenges that life threw his way could Jim find happiness and thrive in his career.
The inaugural Universal FanCon (FanCon) is the first large-scale, 24-hour, inclusive event that celebrates the diversity of fans, the diversity of fandom, the true needs of those who love pop culture and a celebration of the differences that make us strong. Hosted at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, MD, April 27-29, 2018, FanCon's mission is to create a sense of belonging by providing authentic connections and experiences through fan-centric parties, programs, panels and partners.