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Kathleen L. Muscolino, 56, of Berkeley, owns Tail Waggers, a dog-grooming facility in Naperville. The shop at 1807 S. Washington St. also sells boutique items and wellness products, including grain-free food and treats for dogs and cats. When did you...
Pets and summer As the warm summer months approach, this is a reminder and a plea to all dog owners to keep pets indoors as the temperatures rise. Many breeds of dogs cannot tolerate extreme heat. Some breeds, like my pug, have limited breathing capacity...
21st Annual Arts and Craft Fair: Aug. 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Town Green, Essex. More than 60 booths featuring handcrafted artwork. Admission is free. 3rd Thursday Spring Street Fest: June 20, July 18, Aug. 15. Main Street, Willimantic. Area artists and...
Tags: Artists, Thomaston, New Milford, Entertainment, Arts and Culture
In conceiving her first, impressive yet flawed novel, 30-year-old Anton DiSclafani seems to have followed the standard advice offered to newbie authors to "Write what you know." DiSclafani's protagonist, 15-year-old Thea Atwell, is a teenage...
Tags: Authors, Book, Nathan Englander, Human Interest
If you detest the monotony of your workouts or the way you look in last year's swimsuit, Steel Caliber CrossFit in Bethlehem may be the solution to your problem. The fitness facility at 250 E. Broad St., next to The Original Kunsman Roofing and Siding...
The rockfish spring trophy season had arrived, and you fishermen know where the nose of the Old Sea Dog was pointed. Smith Island was on the radar, and a few members of the dog pound— Bad Dog Fuller and Good Dog Hoffman — were hankering...
Thousands of little hands have hugged and petted my little brown therapy dog this school year during author visits for my children’s book. She’s turned around quite a few bad days for some kids who just needed some unconditional love. It&...
GROVELAND — Gray Middle School students are doing their part to preserve Lake County's rural heritage. The FFA Chapter of Gray Middle School will be recognized as tops in the state during the annual Florida FFA convention today at the Caribe...
To keep your pet safe in the event of a hurricane, your choices are to keep the pet with you at home, take it with you if you evacuate, leave it with a friend or board it at a kennel. Don't plan to take your pet to a public shelter unless you have pre-...
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Tamarac, Lake Worth
United Arts of Central Florida is touting the successes achieved so far with its new Power2Give online fundraising program. Power2Give.org allows arts, science and history groups to request donations for specific projects; fans can browse the projects and...
Events AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTS FESTIVAL: featuring arts, crafts and music: noon-6 p.m. today-Saturday; Speer Park, 331 N. Tubb St., Oakland; free; 407-877-2262. GET OUTDOORS CASSELBERRY: featuring kayak/canoe and paddleboard demonstrations, fishing,...
Tags: Maitland, Music Theater, Theater, Entertainment, Apopka
Huge thanks to the people of Niles and Buchanan for their generous response to the annual Postal Food Drive held May 11. The thoughtfulness will help feed hundreds of less fortunate families. This would not have been successful without the Herculean...
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