“Ghostbusters” alumni Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts and director Ivan Reitman reconnected over the weekend for the latest installment of Josh Gad’s quarantine YouTube series “Reunited Apart.” Super fan Gad, who voices Olaf in the "Frozen" series, brought the cast back together to raise money for the Equal Justice Initiative. The Initiative is a nonprofit organization devoted to “ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States". The cast recalled many hysterical stores from the original filming, including a Bill Murray classic where improvised a piano scene which brought plenty of nostalgic laughs from the cast. If you are a Ghostbusters fanatic or a passive watcher of the movies, this is something comedy fans of all ages would want to check out. It's great to see that the bonds built by these worldwide superstars are still so strong after almost 40 years! Check out the special if you get a chance. It's for a good cause, and I'm sure it will bring a smile to your face.
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During the 202 MLB Draft last week, the New York Mets picked a true diamond in the rough. On last Thursday evening, a feel good story began to surface from baseball's annual event. The New York Mets selected pitcher Eric Orze during the fifth round of the draft. And yes, he is a pitcher and two-time cancer survivor. Eric was a right-handed pitcher for the University of New Orleans. Eric battled both testicular and skin cancer during his college career. He missed part of the 2018 season and all of 2019 to recover from his illnesses. Even while in recovery Eric continued to persevere and prove his baseball skills. According to the press down in New Orleans, Eric was surrounded by family and friends Thursday night when he learned the news that he was being drafted. What a moment this must have been for him and his family. In a time where it seems like the news is flooded with negativity, its feel good stories like this that can brighten the day. As a HUGE Mets fan it makes me very proud to see my team take a chance on a survivor like Eric. Good Luck to Eric and we all hope to see him pitching at City Field soon.
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With only 5 shopping days left till father's day, and the corona virus still clamping down on much of the shopping malls across the country leave it to Shaq to help out with your on-line shopping experience. Yes, like Shaq the basketball hall of famer. Shaq has teamed up with "E!" to publish a quick on-line shopping guide for all of you on-line gift givers. "I'm low maintenance, so getting to spend the day with my kids is plenty," Shaq shared with E! News exclusively. "However, if your dad has certainhobbies and interests, I'd try to involve them in some way. You can't go wrong there!" When it comes to Shaq, he used his love for fashion and technology to suggest some amazing gifts you may not have thought of. From basic dress shirts and casual suits, to portable security cameras and an Amazon Kindle, Shaq's pics seem to be on point for gift buyers of ages and budgets. So before you fire up the grill and crack those beers for good old dad on Sunday, take some advice from Shaq and forget that tie you gotten Dad for the last 10 years and buy him something he will really enjoy. You know he deserves it..