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  • 200 species new to science are found in Papua New Guinea

     
    A thumbnail-sized frog with a long snout, a brilliant green katydid with bright pink eyes and a mouse with a white-tipped tail are among 200 species scientists have discovered in Papua New Guinea. The findings were unveiled this week by......
  • You have no excuse not to check out the Guinea Jubliee. None

     
    Yes, Gloucester, it's Guinea Jubilee time. That time of year to celebrate all things Guinea. A little something is in store for everyone ... a parade, crabpot pulling and anchor throwing contests, a one-mile walk and 5k run, arts and......
  • Great Dane fans fear popularity boost -- and abandoned pets -- as a result of new 'Marmaduke' film

     
    Fearing a "101 Dalmatians"-style upswing in Great Dane purchases in the wake of the upcoming release of the film "Marmaduke," the American Kennel Club and the Great Dane Club of America are urging potential pet owners to do their research......
  • Collaboraction to revive 'Guinea Pig Solo'

     
    Collaboraction will revive Brett C. Leonard's drama "Guinea Pig Solo," one of the most successful shows in the company's history, during the 2010-11 season. Also on the slate (which will be performed entirely at the Chopin Theatre) is the Chicago......
  • San Francisco's proposed ban on sales of most pets creates a furor

     
    SAN FRANCISCO — As Philip Gerrie tells it, the idea of banning pet sales in San Francisco started simply enough, with a proposal to outlaw puppy and kitten mills. West Hollywood had done it, with little fanfare. Why not the......
  • Your morning adorable: Cat loves guinea pig

     
    We find it unbelievably charming when animals of different species look past their differences to become good friends. When a deer befriends a cat, say, or when a dog and a duckling share a squeaky toy, we will be there,......
  • Personal musings on canvas

    The exhibition "Music and Muses" is very personal for artist Christina Ramos. Her inspirations are family, Bible, music and natives from New Guinea, which she renders in a photo-realistic style, mastering the acrylic paint medium. Burbank's Creative...
  • Hoarders Put Dozens Of Dogs Up For Adoption

    Hoarders Put Dozens Of Dogs Up  For Adoption
    The owners of dozens of animals seized in a "hoarding" case have surrendered most of them for adoption. More than 75 dogs, cats, horses, and goats were found living in cars, mini-vans, and trucks at a home in Eatonville. Right now 25 of the dogs as...
  • Win the FOX Rocks Lunchbox!

    Win the FOX Rocks Lunchbox!
    Sign up to win the Fox Rocks Lunchbox! K-Mack announces a new winner every Monday and Thursday at 10am drawn from all entries. We visit the winner at work and deliver the coveted FOX ROCKS LUNCH BOX, filled with great prizes every Tuesday and Friday...
  • Discoveries: 'The King of Kahel,' 'The Blind Owl' and 'Job'

    Discoveries: 'The King of Kahel,' 'The Blind Owl' and 'Job'
    The King of Kahel Tierno Monénembo, translated from the French Nicholas Elliott Amazon Crossing: 289 pp., $13.95 paper It's "The Little Prince" with a hint of "Curious George" and a smidgen of "Gulliver's Travels." Based on the real life of 19th...
  • Student's film a lifesaver

    A talented young art student is using the power of film to rescue shelter dogs. Ireland Smith, a fifth-grader at Top of the World Elementary, recently won second place for her film, "Together We Can: Help Homeless Animals," in the third-to-fifth-grade...
  • Two Strong Earthquakes Strike Off Papua New Guinea

    Two Strong Earthquakes Strike Off Papua New Guinea
    Two strong earthquakes struck off the South Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea late Sunday, a U.S. monitor said. There were no immediate reports of casualty or damage. The first quake, a magnitude 6.9, struck around 11 p.m. local time 325 miles...