Edith Sorenson

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  • 13 years ago

    Since the days when Rin-Tin-Tin was all the rage, movie mutts have influenced pet vogues -- and given shelter staffs a heads up on which breed will be showing up in about six months or years to come. Colleen Hodges, education coordinator for Harri...

  • 13 years ago

    There comes a time in a woman's life, or at least there did in mine, when you look back and think, Hey! Why didn't I ever let a rock and roll bad boy lead me onto his tour bus so he could slurp Jack Daniel's from my navel? Former groupies,...

  • 14 years ago

    Tens of thousands of years ago, when people traveled from Asia to North America via the land bridge, their dogs traveled along with them. People still travel with animals -- every day (small) dogs and cats curl in under-seat carriers for domestic ...

  • 15 years ago

    We don't know for sure when our species developed language, but we can be sure that from that moment on, paternity was his word against hers. This uncertain he-said she-said state of affairs continued until the era of Ozzie & Harriet, when simple ...

  • 15 years ago

    If your commute takes you past an office-park lawn or schoolyard, you may have noticed after-work socials where dogs roam free and romp in packs while owners stand to the side, plastic bags, you hope, at the ready. These informal dog playgrounds, ...

  • 15 years ago | Restaurant Reviews

    Throughout the Southwest, ranchers and oil-patch workers alike stop at noon to down cups of piping hot black coffee with the rationalization that "heating up your insides makes the outdoors seem cooler." Though I once pooh-poohed this theory as th...