In The Promise, Elvis Cole has been hired to find Amy Breslyn, and in the second paragraph, with no preamble whatsoever Robert Crais drops us right into the middle of the action where something clearly unsavory is taking place.
This coming February, Austin will celebrate its five-year anniversary of being America's largest no kill city, saving more than 90 percent of its homeless animals since 2011. We're looking forward to the next five years, with the hope of taking the lessons we've learned to help other cities towns save more lives.
Look, we like engagement photos. Lovey-dovey couple, pretty scenery -- what's not to like? Engagement photos with four-legged guest stars are always our favorites, of course.
So off I went, down the steep step of stairs that brought me directly into the park and then; boom! Sun glorious sun and wide open space and no one there but me and I was so happy and so grateful to be alive and whole, arriving here on this beautiful sunny day.
Vincent Flouret, A Parisian fashion photographer, went to Los Angeles for a bit of warm air and wonder. What he found were the engaging faces of many dogs looking to be adopted and decided to spend time helping them with a better chance of finding homes through his photography.
Beatrice Anderson is the loving owner of an adorable Bolognese dog named Lexus. When I asked Beatrice how she named her dog she said, "Well, I couldn't afford the car, so..."
The city itself is chock-full of sites and sights. Add to that the 15 or so castles in the surrounding area, and you have a vacation tailor-made for admiring the present and investigating the past.
When we entered the Tompkins Square Park Howloween Parade this past Saturday, it was overwhelming to say the least. As a New Yorker, your first instinct is to run from the crowd or slither through the open spaces to find your end destination.
"Yeah we all shine on, like the moon, and the stars, and the sun." -- John Lennon Last night after watching the nine-o'clock news (not recommended)...
I hope you are having fun up at the rainbow bridge. Mama still talks to you every day, but I think you know that. I will keep protecting mama and doing the best I can to fill your shoes.
I love to travel, and I love bringing my dog, Chloe The Mini Frenchie, with me. Experiencing new cities together, and knowing that she's safe, makes for a much more enjoyable adventure.
When nothing seems normal, ballet class is consistent and blessedly diverting. When life is out of order, ballet class remains happily reliable.
I know a few people who don't like dogs and I've also met some who don't like chocolate, rainbows or red wine so perhaps Sylvia, which opened tonight at the Cort Theatre isn't for everyone but it most certainly is a crowd pleaser.
An original sin of sorts plagues this bountiful island, riddled, infected and rotting as it is with the suffering of animals.
Last winter, with my heart still broken from divorce, I fell in love. And no, I wasn't trying online dating, though it was a match made through socia...
A few months ago I was asked to write endorsement for a forthcoming book called Pound for Pound: A Story of One Woman's Recovery and the Shelter Dogs ...