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In my last column about pit bulls I described how canines bred for hundreds of years to be champion dog killers are not a safe family pet.
The Huffington Post just published an irresponsible series of articles promoting pit bulls as safe family dogs for their “Pit Bull Week.”
My idea of shopping is making a list, going to a store that has everything I need, purchasing the items and then rushing home.
Most people aren’t dangerous, but some are. Why take a chance if you don’t have to?
I’ve developed a bad habit of putting other people’s needs ahead of my own.
Years ago I shared my regrets of not learning a musical instrument and encouraged my kids to take lessons.
Kim Findlater is what some refer to as a helicopter parent, constantly hovering nearby, watching that her child is out of harm’s way.
Bruce Jenner, the man who became an American national hero during the 1976 Olympics, had a different kind of victory last week.
I met my husband 20 years ago through a mutual friend who played on his baseball team.
In the past two weeks, two puppies were stolen and later returned to their owners, and four additional dogs vanished without a trace.
A book sale, new ehibit and more on the Alberni arts scene this week.
I certainly learned why we’re encouraged to put our phones down and pay attention to what’s happening around us.
For more than two weeks my life has been consumed with trying to find our beloved dog, Charlie.
On Monday, March 23 I lost sight of our beloved pets down by Powers Creek in Glenrosa, West Kelowna.
He would skinny dip in our pool, hang out in the buff, and sometimes he’d take us to the clothing-optional Wreck Beach.
This past Sunday I went to my little film studio to write.
A new media star named Hulk has been appearing on popular talk shows and inspiring fantastical headlines.
What colour did you think the dress was?
The vast majority of women said they’d prefer to look at un-doctored photographs.
While columnist Lori Welbourne loved Miss Canada's homegrown hockey outfit, there were many detractors.