Wednesday's Child: Nathen and RichieNathen and Richie are brothers. And they do everything together.
And The Grammy Goes To...KYW's Own Larry Kane! Sort Of.Top honors at last night's Grammy Awards went to Adele. But, there was another battle brewing between Beyoncé, and KYW's own special contributor Larry Kane.
Wednesday's Child: AdoraShe wants to turn her interest in art and fashion into a career some day. And she'd like to share her creative skills with a forever family.
Beatles Documentary 'Eight Days a Week' Gets Grammy NodThe Beatles documentary "Eight Days a Week" has been nominated for a Grammy award for Best Music film.
Wednesday's Child: TahkemTahkem is a self-starter. This 18-year-old just graduated from high school, wants to go to college to be a sports broadcaster.
Wednesday's Child: JulianJulian is a quiet 16-year-old who comes alive on stage.
Wednesday’s Child: ShantellSixteen-year-old Shantell loves reading, camping and playing games on her cell phone.
Wednesday's Child: LeBronNine-year-old LeBron is a daredevil.
Wednesday's Child: SymarSymar is a 16-year-old who loves performing.
New Beatles Documentary Shares Stories From Band, Reporter Along For RideIt's called 'Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years,' and it promises to tell the story you don't know about the biggest band that ever was. You'll recognize another guy who had a ticket to ride with the Fab Four.
Wednesday's Child: YanerieFourteen-year-old Yanerie loves performing and says she wants to go to Juliard one day.
Wednesday's Child: GiannaGianna may be 13, but she is very serious about her dreams for her career.

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