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  • Review: Odd Future throws a raucous party, Kanye West included

     Review: Odd Future throws a raucous party, Kanye West included
    It shouldn't come as a surprise that the notoriously raucous Los Angeles posse Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All can put on a wild carnival. The Los Angeles hip-hop group featuring founder Tyler, the Creator and fellow breakouts Frank Ocean, Earl...
  • Evanston 2014 pet registration due by Dec. 31

    From the City of Evanston Web site, an announcement about pet registration: "The City of Evanston has mailed residents their 2014 animal registration forms with their wheel tax renewal forms. By City ordinance, all dogs and cats are required to have pet...
  • World Vets answers a need

    World Vets answers a need
    As aid workers from around the world descended on the Philippines to help the people hardest hit by Typhoon Haiyan last month, Springer Browne headed toward the devastation for a different reason: the animals. The 31-year-old Newport Beach native made...
  • Veterinary nonprofit tends to animals in wake of Typhoon Haiyan

    Veterinary nonprofit tends to animals in wake of Typhoon Haiyan
    As aid workers from around the world descended on the Philippines to help the people hit hardest by Typhoon Haiyan last month, Springer Browne headed toward the devastation for a different reason: the animals. The 31-year-old Newport Beach native made...
  • Family: Boy, 3, attacked by animal near park on West Side

    Family: Boy, 3, attacked by animal near park on West Side
    Emeil Hawkins, 3, was walking home with his mom and a pack of fruit snacks last month when an animal pushed him over and bit the toddler’s face, a family spokesman said. The boy’s family believes a coyote is responsible, said Bryce Kyle,...
  • Winter driving tips, and more

    News in brief from St. Charles, Geneva and Kane County. St. Charles Winter driving tips Illinois officials recently announced the "Ice and Snow — Take it Slow" campaign. "Allowing extra travel time is necessary in unfavorable winter driving...
  • Brushing is key to keeping your home free of pet hair

    Q: How do you prevent dog hair from taking over your house? -- J.D., Cyberspace A: Brush early and often, and do it outdoors. Years ago, I told a reader to brush her dogs daily. She wrote back a month later telling me the problem was now far worse:...
  • St. Charles, Batavia police blotter: Dec. 17

    St. Charles, Batavia police blotter: Dec. 17
    The following items were gathered from reports released by the St. Charles and Batavia police departments. St. Charles A 21-year-old Geneva man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, leaving the scene of an accident, and driving...
  • Jury sides with Bakersfield zoo in raccoon attack lawsuit

    A Bakersfield zoo for native wildlife known as CALM was anything but for Ian Smith in 2010 when an escaped raccoon charged and attacked him in front of his 8-year-old autistic daughter.  The facility covered $75,000 in ensuing medical bills for the...
  • Film Review: 'Big Bad Wolves'

    The recent "Prisoners" was a meditation of sorts on the morality of torture, and in that respect it has an unexpected companion piece in the slickly arresting Israeli thriller "Big Bad Wolves." Writer-directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado bring an...
  • Arusha, Tanzania: If you go

    THE BEST WAY TO ARUSHA, TANZANIA From LAX, connecting service (change of planes) is offered on KLM, Turkish and Emirates. Restricted round-trip airfares begin at $2,208, including taxes and fees. A Tanzania visa is required for U.S. citizens and can...
  • Dodger Stadium's creature comforts beckon even to skunks

     Dodger Stadium's creature comforts beckon even to skunks
    "Now playing second base and batting third, Pepe Le Pew." In the Dodgers' fairy-tale season, even the forest creatures have started showing up at the stadium — particularly a posse of wild skunks. And no, they don't stop at the security...