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SPANA, Part II

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In addition to providing veterinary care and education, SPANA also partners with local organizations to address a spate of issues ranging from the localized needs of a particular area to humanitarian crises such as widespread droughts. And whenever possible, the charity strives to go beyond delivering disaster relief by investing in projects which ... READ MORE
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SPANA, Part I

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I was crossing the street in Marrakech on a recent trip to Morocco when I saw a cart-pulling donkey get hit by a car. I heard a yelp and saw the donkey jump in the air but then luckily, he continued on his way amidst the heavy traffic, seemingly unharmed. Quite frankly, I was surprised […]... READ MORE
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Animal Adoption Centers in NYC, Part II

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Click here for Part 1 My tour of Manhattan’s animal adoption centers continues below. The staff at the Humane Society told me that they do everything they can to make the facility feel less like a shelter and more like a home. During my visit, I quickly concluded that they have succeeded in doing just that. […]... READ MORE
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Animal Adoption Centers in NYC, Part I

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When you look into a pet store window and coo at the cute puppies therein, and are perhaps even tempted to go inside during this holiday season, plunk your credit card down to the tune of $1,500 – $2,000 and walk out soon thereafter with your very own little four-legged creature, I implore you to […]... READ MORE
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Blanche Auzello: Mistress of the Ritz

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It’s no secret by now that during World War II, Coco Chanel was spying for the Germans while carrying on an affair with Baron Hans Gunther von Dincklage, the dashing, flaxen-haired, and considerably younger Nazi spy. Hal Vaughan’s new book, Sleeping with the Enemy: Coco Chanel’s Secret War (Knopf), documents the couturière’s wartim... READ MORE
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The Transformation of West Greenwich Village

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The 1861 Bank Street Brownstone is the most “home” I have had. From its stoop for nearly four decades — where we Villagers in traditional old-New-York-neighborhood-style still sit with our beloved dogs, glasses of red wine and mini- picnics, to chat and catch-up — I have personally witnessed the transformation of West Greenwich Vill... READ MORE

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