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Posted August 9, 2014 by Ron Callari

This past week, a new documentary series, titled, “Urban Animals” debuted on NYC Life TV station, August 5.
Headed up by the production team of Tony Sawicki, Hugo Lopez and Clover
Welsh, the show will focus on New Jersey’s and New York’s “urban”
animal kingdom. It’s unique focus will show how our furry, scaly and
fethered friends have migrated, acclimated and in many cases chosen city
life over the wild.

Posted August 5, 2014 by Ron Callari

The launch of multi-million dollar start-ups has become commonplace in today business milieu. Since the turn of the century, we’ve witnessed a lot of innovation. From Internet advancements, to smartphones to Google’s ubiquitous diversified line of products from search to augmented reality, most of what we have seen is the result of this decade’s Renaissance of Technology.

Posted July 30, 2014 by Ron Callari

As the Israeli-Gaza conflicts escalates, it's extracted a grave human toll. However, you won't see much reporting
about the affects of collateral damage. Yes, in addition to the
innocent lives of women and children taken - there's very little news
surfacing about how animals in the region are being affected.

Posted July 27, 2014 by Laurie Kay Olson

Earlier this month a pit bull named Ace saved his family's deaf son before the house burned down. Pit bulls have gotten a really bad reputation over the past couple of
decades and it has led to numerous communities banning the breed. While
some of the dogs have shown aggressive and even violent tendencies, they
can also have a sweet, caring side that gets far less press. This has
led to many debates over whether it is really the dogs or the owners
that are at fault. 

Posted July 27, 2014 by Ron Callari

It's a darn good dog's life for canines who are members of families purchasing housing from Standard Pacific Homes.
This construction firm is believed to be the first to build and sell
houses with 'pets suites' as an option, giving a whole new meaning to
the term, "doghouse."

Posted July 26, 2014 by Laurie Kay Olson

Who would rent a chicken? Apparently quite a number of people. It is having chickens without the commitment. For Jann Symons and her husband Jim Perry it started out as a just an ad on Craig's List that made them chuckle. Then the more they thought about it, the more it made sense as a great business opportunity. They took a chance and now their in-box is full and the phone is ringing off the hook.

Posted July 25, 2014 by Laurie Kay Olson

Lilica was abandoned at a junk yard in San Carlos, Brazil when she was unceremoniously dumped out of a truck when she was just a puppy. Neile Vania Antonio, the junk yard caretaker, befriended the young dog and took care of her. As Lilica grew she befriended the other animal denizens of the junk yard -- a dog, a cat, several chickens, and a mule. They became her "family."

Posted July 24, 2014 by Laurie Kay Olson

Yes, there really is a bird under all of that even though he looks more like an exotic desert. His name is Whipper and he is just a parakeet. Well, a very famous mutant parakeet that lives in New Zealand and overcame tremendous odds to survive. This little budgie has become known around the world for his totally wild do.