My Friday Five: On A New Season, Joe Biden & A Wolfpack Anniversary

1. #ChampsReturn

A new season has begun for the Durham Bulls. The reigning Triple-A National Champions returned to action at Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Thursday to a large crowd and a beautiful evening. The festivities got off to a great start when the team unveiled a banner commemorating its second National Championship. There were also plenty of new food vendors, activities to try out and fun to be had by all! The Bulls continue are in town until April 11. Check out for all the info!

My Friday Five: On A Message About Bullying, State Fair Photo Competition & Apple’s Keynote

1. Amazing Message on Bullying

A few months ago, I saw a video in the "Trending" section on YouTube. It was of a kid, named Luke Chacko, singing "Let It Go" at an Idina Menzel concert. Let's get this straight, he didn't just sing it, he SANG it. There's a difference. Ellen DeGeneres invited Luke to be a guest on her show this week, where he reprised his remarkable "Let It Go" performance and delivered an incredible message on bullying. Take a look!

My Friday Five: On Hurricane Harvey, Another Bulls Record & Mystery Flavor Oreos(?)

1. Hurricane Harvey

My heart breaks seeing my friends in Texas and along the Gulf Coast dealing with the effects of Hurricane Harvey. Particularly in Houston. The images I've seen of water up to rooftops and highways looking like oceans has been hard to deal with. However, with bad always comes good. The outpouring of love and support for the victims has been incredible. From a kid selling lemonade, to celebrities donating millions of dollars to the relief efforts, it has been incredible to see! I have given to the relief efforts and plan on giving more.

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My Friday Five: On Atlanta Falcons, ‘Stranger Things’ & USMNT

1. Grace Makes History at The Open

The Open Championship always tends to make history each year. This year was no different as Branden Grace shot the first ever 62 in a major. The 29-year-old South African was "slightly dumbfounded" after being told of his accomplishment by his caddie, according to Newsday. Grace's score beats a 63, shot by Johnny Miller in the final round of the 1973 U.S. Open. Congrats, Branden! What a huge accomplishment!