After recently losing her husband of 40 years, Maggie May (not her real name) has decided that dating again just isn’t in the cards for her. Responding to her concerns with dating apps and matchmakers, Tom Blake—who recently lost his own life partner—encourages Maggie in his latest column to not totally shut that door.
This week’s featured adoptable pet is Arabella, a pretty momma kitty with striking green eyes. With her kittens all adopted, Arabella is finally ready for some “me time.” She has a fun, curious personality and loves to play and explore.
Annual holiday traditions mean a lot to Shelley Murphy—despite some of the headaches that come along with planning her family’s Thanksgiving festivities. So, when one television morning show suggested shaking things up and adding new traditions, she was having none of it.
Marci Mednick, the community development specialist at Providence Mission Hospital, authors this month’s Wellness and Prevention column to encourage parents and guardians to talk to their teens about the dangers of the illicit use of fentanyl, as well as avoiding the use of drugs not prescribed to them.
This week’s featured adoptable pet is 8-month-old Tyrion, who is ready for his big break. Taken in as a stray under dire circumstances, Tyrion received emergency medical treatment, which helped to save his life. Since his recovery, he has proven himself to be quite the little sweetie and captures the hearts of everyone he meets.
In response to his previous column, Tom Blake this week shares one widower’s sincere and sensitive insight into sex and relationships. Tom also delivers the devastating news that his life partner of 25 years, Greta Cohn, passed late last month.
This week’s featured adoptable pet is Bella, an 8-year-old mild-mannered kitty who is looking for a new beginning. Abandoned by her previous owner, Bella can be a bit shy on first meeting, but she is quite affectionate and sweet once she gets to know you.
This week’s featured adoptable pet is Odin, a 3-year-old German Shepherd-mix with a heart of gold. Loveable and affectionate, he is known as our resident gentle giant and would make a great cuddle buddy.
Before its official grand opening on Thursday, Nov. 3, when the Dana Point Chamber of Commerce is set to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony, YogaSix, a new yoga studio at Prado West, will offer select classes for free this coming weekend.
This week’s featured adoptable pet is Scarlet, who just might be perfect for those looking for an active canine companion or adventure buddy. This 10-month-old pup is full of fun energy and has a great personality.