What's trending now? NECN takes a look at the stories making headlines across the web Friday morning.
They're paying it forward at a Starbucks in Florida.
Hundreds of drive-thru customers are helping with a random act of caffeinated kindness, paying for the drinks of the strangers behind them.
It started on Wednesday when a woman ordered a coffee and asked to pay for the stranger behind her. Ten hours later, more than 450 customers had participated.
Last year, a similair campaign in Connecticut continued for about five days.
Chris Pratt isn't just playing a hero, he is one! The actor arranged a special screening of his new movie, "Guardians of the Galaxy," for patients, families and staff at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
Pratt even dressed up as his character, Star-Lord.
The 35 year old spent more than three hours in full costume and handed out toys.
Pratt also visited patients who were too sick to join the movie screening.
The family that went viral in December with their Christmas Jammies song has a new hit on their hands.
The Holderness family made a parody of the legendary Sir Mix-a-Lot song "Baby Got Back" with their version, "Baby Got Class," to get their kids pumped for the first day of school.
With lyrics like, "I like big buses and I cannot lie," the family dedicated the video to the their kids' teachers.