Street Beat: Helping Charities Help OthersThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at four charities and finds out how you can help them help others this holiday season.
Ian Somerhalder Auctioning His Autographed Guitars, Memoribilia For CharityIan Somerhalder fans will want to head on over to eBay to get their bid on one of a handful of "The Vampire Diaries" personal items including two guitars, a complete set of the Entertainment Weekly covers and a jersey he wore to an event.
Street Beat: Holiday Help For The HungryStreet Beat host is Karen Carter. The show theme is Holiday Hunger. We’re looking at the various ways organizations are feeding the hungry and needy during the holiday season.
Arrow Castmates Join Paul Blackthorne's Poach Eggs Not Elephants T-Shirt Campaign
Street Team chills at Meridian Winter Blast
Kristen Bell Touts 'This Bag Saves Lives' To Help Distribute Malaria TreatmentsRe-usable grocery bags are good for the environment, but a certain bag backed by "Veronica Mars" and "Frozen" star Kristen Bell is taking it one step further.
Street Beat: Music Charities And TherapiesPaul Prange talks about Music Charities and Therapies with Roger Fachini of Charity Music of Michigan, Chris Collins from The Detroit Jazz Festival, Jill Woodward from Michigan State University’s Community Music School and Blythe Filar of Children’s Hospital.
Street Beat: Charity, Networking StartupsThis week on Street Beat host, Amyre Makupson, talks to people who saw a need in the community and started, or joined, charitable organizations to fill it.
Giving Songs Uses the Power of Music to Help Disabled ChildrenWhat if you were able to harness the powerful influence of music to give back and help children in your community who need it the most? Brent Johnson and the Giving Songs organization are doing just that!
CW50 Street Team raises hope at St. Jude Give Thanks Walk
St. Jude Give Thanks Walk - Photo Gallery
Street Beat Web Exclusive: Tux & ChucksHost Jill Washburn sits down with Jason Appling and Byron Suggs – Co-Founders of Cool Smart, Inc. They discuss “Tux & Chucks”.