Posted April 1, 2018 by Ron Callari

Wes Anderson’s latest flick, ‘Isle of Dogs,’ is definitely dog friendly. On April 12, the Denver Film Society is opening it doors for a first-time event to celebrate the filmmaker’s stop-motion-animation film.

Posted March 10, 2018 by Ron Callari

Animals taking selfies have become a thing ever since that now famous “monkey selfie” went viral back in 2011.

Posted February 20, 2018 by Ron Callari

As an iconic member of the big cat family, it’s been immortalized down through the ages. It’s touched our culture in varied ways. We allegorize, analogize and identify with this unique feline creature. We compare it to the human condition in art, folklore, and novels.

Posted January 5, 2018 by Ron Callari

On the heels of President Trump reversing the so-called 'trophy ban' set in place by the Obama administration in 2014, CNN is premiering “Trophy,” the critically acclaimed documentary film exploring big-game hunting and wildlife conservation.

Posted November 23, 2017 by Ron Callari

Thanksgiving Day is all about food, food and more food. It’s a culinary marathon. In addition to the pièce de résistance [aka as turkey], the copious number of side dishes [both traditional and reconstructed favorites] are in the hundreds.

Posted October 17, 2017 by Ron Callari

If you’re a pet owner like myself, who is passionate about taking photos of your pets, you’ll be happy to know that ‘Google Photos’ just makes grouping them a lot easier. Launched in most countries this October, you’ll now be able to view photos of your cats and dogs now grouped alongside people.

Posted October 2, 2017 by Myra Per-Lee

After two men on a tourist fishing boat in the middle of a Russian lake rescue two baby bears, they can only hope that the bears' mother finds and cares for them.

Posted August 28, 2017 by Ron Callari

In most cities throughout the U.S., there have been two distinct type of homeless shelters — those for pet owners and those for their dogs. Most traditional shelters will not allow 'man and beast' to reside together. For those who choose not to be separated from their 'best friends — many are forced to consider the less desirable accommodations of tent encampments.