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The gang was showered with good news on ‘The Walking Dead’



The Alexandria Safe Zone might eventually prove be too good to be true, but until it is, Rick and Co. are choosing to enjoy all of the luxuries it has to offer — like showers, video games and haircuts

Yes, Rick got a haircut. And holy Love, Actually, people, he looked good

Just minutes into the group’s stay in Alexandria, Rick attended to his less-than-tidy appearance by treating himself to a shower and a shave in what was…

‘The Good Wife’ is back to business as usual in the spring premiere



After a long, long hiatus, The Good Wife came back this week with “Dark Money” — a satisfying hour of its usual legal battles and political maneuvers. In the Good Wife universe this means that Colin Sweeney is defending himself against the charge of murdering his wife (again), Lemond Bishop is lurking menacingly on the periphery and Alicia is getting another look at the dirty side of campaigning

When we last saw Cary, Diane and Alicia, all was not well at Florrick, Agos and Lockhart. Diane…

What is +SocialGood, and how can you get involved?



Tickets are now available for the +SocialGood UK conference on March 27, a can’t-miss event that will explore how technology and digital media drive social change in the UK and beyond.

+SocialGood was developed as a platform to build and connect global communities around the idea that technology and new media can change the world for the better. By fostering conversation and providing tools to create both online and…

Literacy program helps kids boost their confidence by reading to dogs



Dogs are always there to listen

Molly and Leo, both 10-year-old Havanese dogs, have been helping children read as a part of non-profit organization JCC Manhattan’s Gift of Literacy program at P.S. 163 for seven years according to DNA Info

Reading to Dogs! Helps kids at PS 163 with their reading#uws pic.twitter.com/Iv7mNvCL94

— Emily Frost (@efrost1) February 25, 2015

The after-school program assists…

Have Americans given up on going to space?



It has plenty of close contenders, but I can’t think of a more depressing statistic from the last week than one contained within this survey [PDF] on public perceptions of space travel, conducted by Monmouth University

On the one hand, the poll was good news for space nuts: 56% of respondents think that the space program thus far has brought us “lasting benefits,” and that number is pretty much the same across Democrat, Republican and Independent lines. At least, in a time of utter political…

Announcing the first speakers for +SocialGood UK



From hashtag activism to digital education, technology and new media are interacting like never before as catalysts for social good.

This intersection of media and digital is what inspired

Doctor who shaped modern anti-abortion movement dies at 89



CINCINNATI — Dr. John Willke, an obstetrician who helped shape the modern anti-abortion movement with ideas including a belief that a woman can resist conception from a sexual assault, has died, his daughter said Saturday. He was 89.

Willke, who founded the International Right to Life Federation, died Friday at his home in Cincinnati, daughter Marie Meyers said. She said the cause of death wasn’t immediately known, but that he had seemed in good health for his age.

“The core of his life was…

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The after-school special is over: How millennials want to talk about eating disorders today



Growing up, Jessie Kahnweiler thought she understood what addiction entailed: alcohol, drugs and sex, the vices that saturate our media.

But for more than 10 years, she didn’t realize she had her own type of addictive relationship — with food. Kahnweiler had an eating disorder. And she hadn’t figured it out sooner because no one talked about it enough. Particularly in entertainment media, there were few examples of people to learn from and relate to

“Any time there’s talk of eating disorders…

German family performs an accordion-heavy LL Cool J cover



LL Cool J’s 1995 jam “Mama Said Knock You Out” probably didn’t need a cover by a German YouTube star and his parents. Despite this, Flula recorded a supremely strange cover featuring his “mama” on backing vocals and his “papa” on accordion

Oh, and the whole song takes place in his mother’s car. We don’t get it, but we’ll accept it.

Solar Energy Tips You Can Start Trying Today

Are you familiar with solar energy? Is there anything else you want to know about solar energy? If this is the case, you should learn everything you can and have a good plan for moving forward. Read on to discover how to take advantage of solar energy market.

The number of solar panels to purchase, and its effectiveness has everything to do with the amount of energy your panels produce. You must do the math to figure out how many panels will be needed. It’s a good idea to get some…