Extraordinary People

People try to tip him for his work. “That would take away the fun of doing it for free,” said Brian Schwartz.
  • 4 days ago
When Blanca Rodriguez was finally able to see her baby in the NICU, Jade clutched her mother’s finger through a port on the incubator.
  • Sep 15
I tell patients they deserve to grieve without guilt. But it’s hard to practice what I preach.
  • Sep 14
These videos have been the family’s way to put smiles on others’ faces and raise money to feed the hungry during the pandemic.
Fans aren't allowed in Major League Baseball parks this season, creating an opportunity for many to honor family and friends who have died.
A third-grader from Denver is teaching younger students to read while school is constrained to online learning.
Jessica Santos-Rojo, on working, teaching, and parenting at home in a pandemic
Being students and instructors breeds new anxieties for college teaching and research assistants in the midst of the health crisis.
People in the farming community donated their government stimulus checks and dipped into their bank accounts to raise $93,592 — enough to help every business affected by the shutdown.
  • Sep 1
People in and around the city can order dinner and drinks for delivery or pickup, with a lip-syncing performance by a drag queen or king.
Anna Del Priore, 107, and Helen Guzzone, 104, both contracted the novel coronavirus this spring.
Music for Milestones provides children a creative outlet through free music classes.
Paxton Burns won a humanitarian award for his food project, Paxton's Blessing Box.
“It seemed like a great way to spend our wedding day,” said the groom.
  • Aug 24
He understands that pandemic parenting is a big load to carry alone.
  • Aug 21
Cory Streets of Sheffield Lake, Ohio, spent about a month renovating his shed.
Every Thursday, Ed Beckerman and Paul Gall please the crowd as part of the Hot Rock Cafe.
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