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Slater the Purr-fect Sweetheart
Columns, Opinion

Slater the Purr-fect Sweetheart

  Looking for your true love this Valentine’s Day?  Then look no further than Slater, who says, “Be Mine”. He is ready to give you lots of love, kisses, and cuddles. He’s super-sweet and gets along with everyone! Easily held, too! He’ll be your purr-fect sweetheart. Slater is a handsome, gray tabby with white and…

Cat of the Week: Lolly
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Cat of the Week: Lolly

Happy Mew Year! The Rose Parade has come and gone, but Lolly is in bloom and waiting for a forever home where she will be purr-fectly pam-purr-ed like a beautiful princess of the Royal Court. She is tabby and white, age about 9 months. Lolly is a total love-bug. She loves to cuddle, and is…

November Art Column
Arts & Entertainment, Columns

November Art Column

  By Jeff Davis Julio Valdez’s “Dreams & Reflections” in on exhibit through Dec.17 at the Latin America Masters (“LAM”) gallery at Bergamot Station: The title of the exhibit is taken from Carl Jung’s memoir Memories, Dreams and Reflections. In Valdez’s work the reflection refers to both the physical light bouncing off the water and…

For Good
Columns

For Good

    By Darlene Papa, Lifeline for Pets My last article, “Not Good Enough?” was about the difficulty of getting easy special needs pets adopted. Now, I wish to address how rescue organizations, such as Lifeline for Pets, and others, pour their hearts and souls into saving the very difficult cases, in hopes that they,…

My Philosophy a Bit Extenuated
Columns, Opinion

My Philosophy a Bit Extenuated

  By Dorothy Denne Admittedly the older we get the more the odds are stacked against us but, life is as fleeting as a breath and death makes no distinction between the young and the old. Thus, I can’t stress enough the importance of savoring each moment. That’s my philosophy but I forget it all…

Dorothy’s Place: The 25 Pound Pumpkin
Dorothy's Place

Dorothy’s Place: The 25 Pound Pumpkin

  By Dorothy Denne Holidays tend to bring back memories.  Saw some Halloween decor yesterday that brought this one back to me. There was a huge pumpkin sitting on my back porch being baked in its skin by the hot morning sun.  It was part of my fall season outdoor decor. I don’t usually do…

Why Consumer Spending Matters to the Economy
Business, Columns, Opinion

Why Consumer Spending Matters to the Economy

  By Jean D. Koehler There are a variety of factors that determine the strength of the U.S. economy, including government spending levels, imports versus exports and currency values. Yet, the biggest factor in determining the health of the economy is based on consumer spending, which is the case in most developed countries. According to…

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