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June Diane Raphael and Paul Scheer Throw Star-Studded Dance Party for Charity

By Celebrity News Wire on December 11, 2017

June Diane Raphael threw the party of the year in honor of her late parents — and PEOPLE has the exclusive pictures!

The Grace and Frankie actress, 37, kicked off the annual It’s Not Your Parent’s Dance Party in Los Angeles on Saturday to benefit the Bresee Foundation, an after school and family services organization that helps young people pursue their education. Raphael and her comedian husband Paul Scheer came up with the idea to honor her parents. 

Best Friends Forever: 4-Year-Old Blind Girl Reunites with Beloved Missing Cat

By Celebrity News Wire on December 11, 2017

A pure white cat, Angel was literally a bright spot in her family’s life.

So when Angel escaped from her Pensacola, Florida, home and went missing in September, it was a dark time for Heather Howell and her 4-year-old daughter Charley, who is blind and battling brain cancer.

According to WEAR, Howell searched for the cat and went to Facebook for help, desperate to reunite Charley with her furry best friend.

Now This is Making Spirits Bright! These Are the Craziest Christmas Lights You'll See This Year

By Celebrity News Wire on December 11, 2017


Having a blue Christmas is a good thing in this neighborhood.

Trading Spaces Carter Oosterhouse is kicking off a new season of ABC’s The Great Christmas Light Fight with a home that’s completely over the top and lacking a single red or green bulb.

Robert Frost’s Personal Christmas Cards to Friends on Display for the First Time in Decades

By Celebrity News Wire on December 11, 2017

A series of Christmas cards and booklets containing poetry by the legendary poet Robert Frost will be on display at a Vermont college for the first time in over half a century years, reports says.

Middlebury College will host the poems, some of which were published in the cards for the first time, the Associated Press reports. The cards date back to 1929, with the first including Frost’s famous work, “Christmas Trees.”