On February 19, 1968, a tall man with a smile as broad as his shoulders were narrow stepped through a stage door at Pittsburgh’s WQED TV…
After 30 years of marriage, it is not uncommon for spouses to stop looking at one another with adoration, lust, and pure, unadulterated desire. While 30 years with another person can often create an incredibly deep love and a genuine connection, it can also cause some of that initial physical attraction to naturally fade over time.
With the constant cycle of negative news stories, it can be easy to feel discouraged with the state of humanity these days – which is why a recently released image from Sony Pictures offers such a welcome infusion of positivity.
After 30 years of marriage, Rita Wilson, 61, proves that she still wants to look her best when it comes to a night out on the town with her husband, Tom Hanks.
In recent weeks, the longtime lovebirds have been spotted stepping out on the town for several date-night events, with Wilson showing off some incredibly stylish looks.
Tom Hanks is a truly legendary American actor. He is known for his many memorable movies like Apollo 13, The Green Mile, Saving Private Ryan and, of course, Sleepless in Seattle.
For more than 30 years, Fred McFeely Rogers (Mr. Rogers) entertained and educated America’s children. Some of us were lucky enough to be kids when his television show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, launched, in 1968. Others first experienced this wonderful actor, writer and producer through our children’s interactions with his show.
When it comes to volunteering and giving to charity, some of us feel like we need to make “big” contributions to make a difference. The truth, as Tom Hanks recently reminded us, is that small acts of kindness often matter the most.
If you have been watching the new Netflix series, “Grace and Frankie,” you have probably fallen in love with Lily Tomlin all over again. In the series, she plays Frankie, a funny, quirky, hippie character that appears alongside the elegant and conventional Grace, played by Jane Fonda.
Every year on Thanksgiving Day someone will ask you what you are grateful for. This is fitting. At its heart, Thanksgiving is a holiday about celebrating life. It is about remembering the things that are truly important and cherishing the special people in our lives…
There is something positive to be said about people who commit a crime, do their time, and move forward to create a successful and purposeful life without ever looking back.