10-year-old Dylan Viale has a very close relationship with his grandmother Sherry, who is blind. The two walk dogs and go to the movies together, and recently went to a Lego event where they helped build a giant Lego Yoda.
But because of her vision impairment, Dylan wasn’t able to share with his grandmother his love of video games. So the fifth-grader at Hidden Valley Elementary in Martinez, CA, did something about that — he developed a video game which blind and sighted people can play together.
Just call her the “Secretary of Fun.” Hillary Clinton, who was in Cartagena, Colombia this weekend for the Summit of The Americas, was seen drinking and dancing along with a posse of female aides late Saturday night at a club called Café Havana.
When one thinks of teenagers descending on a warm locale for spring break, heroic deeds isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But instead of making fools of themselves during their trip down to Florida, Cody Decker and Luke Vaughn saved two lives.
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