A bunch of residents in a retirement home in Tennessee stared their own radio show called the "Radio Recliner" where they share stories, take requests, and play their favorite songs.
Donna Molina came down with a high fever in late March, had to have an emergency C-section and be put into a medically induced coma. She was finally able to meet her daughter after testing negative for COVID-19 twice.
Second-grade teacher Kelsey Pavelka made a plastic barrier with a shower curtain, tape, and Ziploc bags so she can hug her students and catch up with them on what they've been up to.
Dennis Ruhnke sent an N95 facemask to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with a handwritten letter that Cuomo read aloud during a conference. Kansas State University awarded Ruhnke with his college diploma, which he was 2 credits away from receiving.
A Massachusetts ice cream parlor had to close it's doors one day after attempting to re open due to unruly customers. The owner said it was so bad that his best employee quit directly after her shift.
Since the majority of our live shows for this year have been canceled, we're coming into the studio this Friday night to hang out! We'll play some games, take calls and basically just do an extended version of Segment 17, but available for everyone! ...
Dr. Vanessa Walker is a critical care physician from northern California, and she posted this rant after her visit to a Target.
This 1993 episode of The Simpsons deals with a pandemic and death bees, which feels eerily similar to 2020 so far.
Kevin Spacey gave a roughly 10-minute speech during a business conference, saying that he knew what it was like being told that you can't go back to work and "having your world stop."
Therapy alpacas have been visiting residents of an assisted living home in California to greet senior residents from outside dining hall windows.