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The Family Center on Wyker Road in Franklin provides Mental Health and Support groups that address the needs of individuals, families and groups in our community, especially the poor, to advocate for justice and convene others to do the same.
The Partnership also operates a food pantry to help needy families and individuals all year round. Food donations are always welcome.
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Break open the bubbly -- the Elton John/Madonna feud is officially over.
The confirmation comes from Elton himself, who tells Extra he and Madge buried the hatchet during a chance encounter, apparently last year.
The British tabloid The Sun actually had the story last September, claiming that Elton and Madonna bumped into one another at La Petite Maison in Nice and enjoyed a cordial conversation. However, this is the first time Sir Elton has confirmed it.
An armed robbery in New Orleans went awry for a shotgun-wielding man Saturday morning when his intended victim grabbed the gun away, and chased him down the block.
A surveillance camera captured the initial exchange, though the would-be victim told cops it actually got even stranger. The New Orleans Police Department says the butterfingered gunman and an accomplice driving in a black sedan approached their would-be victim again, with the one-time gunman pleading, "Give me my gun back and I'll give you your phone that you dropped."
The clip captures Celine recording the title track of her upcoming English-language album, Water and a Flame, at a Florida studio. The song was originally released by Daniel Merriweather in 2009, and featured Adele.
The gala opened with a spoof of Kevin Spacey's Netflix series House of Cards. Spacey, reprising his role of a corrupt congressman, spoke with real-life politicians including Senator John McCain, discussing seating arrangements and other issues regarding the dinner.
In another humorous video, Steven Spielberg revealed his latest project: a biopic on President Obama, starring Oscar-winning Lincoln actor Daniel Day-Lewis in the lead role.
Michael Buble singing in a subway in New York City? No, the singer hasn't fallen on hard times: it was just a fun publicity stunt to promote his new album To Be Loved.
Michael and his frequent collaborators, the vocal group Naturally 7, went underground -- to the "1" train stop at 66th Street, to be specific -- to entertain passengers with a rendition of "Who's Lovin' You," from the new disc. His performance coincided with the launch of wireless telecom services in the NYC subway system.
A 22-year-old man from England has bested two thousand other applicants to land what seems like a dream job. UK resort marketer First Choice has hired Seb Smith for the summer, and he'll spend that time traveling the world and testing out the best water slides the planet offers.
For this anything-but-ordinary summer job, he'll also score a salary of around 32 grand, and have his travel and all other expenses paid.
This past weekend Reese Witherspoon was arrested on a disorderly persons charge after giving police in Atlanta a hard time as they arrested her husband for DUI.
Neil Diamond says last week’s Boston Marathon bombing has inspired him to write a song about the national tragedies that America has experienced recently.
The veteran singer/songwriter says the unnamed song will cover more than just last week’s deadly bombing. “It’s like an infestation, and I’m writing about the general situation, not just about this bombing in Boston, but what we’re going through with all of these tragedies -- shootings and so on and so forth,” Diamond tells Rolling Stone.
I hope its a great as "America"
When the Boston Red Sox on Saturday afternoon played their first home game since last week's bombings in the city, Neil Diamond was on hand to sing his Fenway Park staple, "Sweet Caroline."
The performance had not been planned. According to MLB.com, Neil flew from Los Angeles to Boston specifically for the game, calling the Red Sox about a half-hour before game time and volunteering his services.