It was a good week for celebrity goodness.
Mila Kunis gave an incredibly charming interview where she comforted a "petrified" BBC reporter.
Despite the negative press during their relationship, Britney Spears amicably joined K-Fed and his current girlfriend to watch their son's soccer game.
UNICEF partner, Hilary Swank, traveled to Ehtiopia to learn about educational opportunities for disadvantaged communities.
In a poignant interview for the April issue of British GQ, Bradley Cooper sets an example of how losing a loved one can be both a curse and a blessing, and reminds us that fame and Oscar wins are not what life is really about.
Red Hot Chile Peppers' Chad Smith will lobby Congress on the importance of music education.
After winning the Oscar for Best Original Song, Adele made sure her five-month-old son won it for Best Son. She headed back to the UK with a mini-Oscar statue for her little guy. A-dorbz.
"Castle's" Nathan Fillion will hang out with you for charity.
Ben Affleck turned into a lion-dad when menacing paprazzi harassed his daughter. The Argo star picked four-year-old Seraphina up to shield her from the swarm of cameras that got so close they started to scare her. Good for Affleck for doing what he could to comfort his daughter without punching the paps in the face, which plenty of us would want to do in a similar situation.
Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Todd Herremans launched his charity, the Todd Herremans Foundation, to simply offer help where help is needed.
Thank you, dear celebrities, for reminding us that we are all people with the need for love and protection, and a desire to help others. Cheers to THAT.
You may know a lot about your faith, but did you ever take the time to get to know your clergy leaders? Although we look to them for religious and spiritual guidance, we often overlook the human spirit that lies underneath the robes! Believe it or not, they are just like you and me! In Clergy Chronicles: The Side You Never See, a unique original series, HooplaHa unveils the human perspective on our spiritual leaders' joys in life that really make them smile.
Air Hollywood is the world's largest aviation-themed entertainment studio, but that's not the only feature that makes it special. Every year, for one night only, Air Hollywood opens its hangar to the public for a special event called Open Sky for Autism.
Estella, the Guinea Pig has had a very traumatic life. 2 years ago she and her friend Pip were abandoned by her owners; injured and left on the side of the road in California. It was soon discovered that Estella was paralyzed. She was squeezed so hard by her previous owner that her back broke and since then she's been having to carry her lower body with all her upper body strength. But through it all, she's had all the support she needed from her friend, Pip and the Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary of Stockton, CA.
Started as a social experiment in Venice Beach, California, the Community Healing Gardens has grown into so much more. Co-founder Nicole Landers initially wanted to develop a framework for introducing new and long-standing residents of her neighborhood to one another, and her mind made a natural leap.
We've met a lot of amazing organizations and non-profits over the years, especially ones that do amazing things to help shelter dogs, who are close to euthanasia, find love and forever homes. Some of these organizations are small and community based, while others cover a larger regional or national footprint. No matter their size, what they do to support these dogs is nothing short of inspirational.
The Trenton Thunder, a minor league baseball affiliate of the NY Yankees, has an unusual way of getting through the dog days of summer. If you attend their home games, you will find Golden Retrievers serving as the "bat dogs" and mascots for the minor league baseball team.
Do you ever wonder how veterans cope with life once they come home from combat? After being trained to be on high-alert 24/7, what's it like for them to integrate back into everyday society? It raises the question: our military members protect us, but who protects them?
Jack Cunningham is a normal kid. He does well in school. He loves playing sports and hanging out with friends and family. He also happens to be missing both of his legs... But he hasn't let his condition stop him from living life to the fullest.