On Thanksgiving Day, Country music superstar Luke Bryan—winner of the 2015 CMA Award for Entertainer of the Year—will perform LIVE during halftime of the Dallas Cowboys game against the Carolina Panthers.
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Stuart Scott was loving, loved, and big hearted, according to the man who wrote Scott’s memoir, Every Day I Fight.
At the time he received a call from his agent that Stuart … Read entire article »
“When I think about a life of greatness, I think about a life of service.”
And that’s exactly why former NFL player Jason Brown walked away from a multi-million dollar football contract to … Read entire article »
Nineteen-year-old Lauren Hill suffers from an inoperable brain tumor with just months to live, but that didn’t stop her from fulfilling her dream — to step foot on a college basketball court.
Lauren … Read entire article »
The United Nation Foundation’s Girl Up campaign has a new Champion.
WNPA player for the Phoenix Mercury, Mistie Bass, has joined Girl Up to help raise awareness and funds for UN programs that … Read entire article »
It’s like TOMS shoes, only it’s not shoes, it’s soccer balls.
One World Futbol Project, sponsored by Chevrolet, is on a mission to get 1.5 million of the ‘World’s Most Durable Ball’ into … Read entire article »
Prince Harry is officially on Twitter, and his first tweet, sent in front of sponsors and journalists in London, was to promote the inaugural Invictus Games, coming up this September.
“Hope everyone will … Read entire article »
Today is Autism Awareness Day, and the entire month of April is dedicated to raising awareness about autism. Major League Baseball is getting in on the action. MLB has teamed up with … Read entire article »
Two-time U.S. Olympic snowboarder and five-time World Cup Champion, Chris Klug was just 21-years-old when he learned he had a rare degenerative liver condition that would require an organ transplant. Nine years … Read entire article »
The road to becoming an Olympic or Paralympic athlete is often long and bumpy. The athletes who make up Team USA rely on private funding to make their dreams come true. Citi … Read entire article »