Posted November 16, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

Humans have been fascinated by the stars since the dawn of man -- so much so that they connected those celestial points of light with earthly qualities. From there they connected everyone of us to the stars through the zodiac. Many different cultures created their own astrology. One that seems to intrigue us the most is the Chinese. One collection of sculptures now on display in Denver explores these animal symbols with an added historical perspective.

Posted August 3, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

Here we have photographic proof that everyone loves watermelon. Everyone who gives a cluck, that is.

Posted June 20, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

We live in the information age and yet people seem surprisingly uninformed. Apparently a whopping 7% of Americans truly believe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows. While this seems completely absurd to many of us up to 48% of people surveyed were not entirely sure that chocolate milk had anything to do with cows at all. We are becoming increasingly disconnected with where our food comes from, especially when it comes to animals.

Posted May 11, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

People keep thinking that us roosters are just naturally morning people. I gotta tell you, I have nothing to crow about until I've had my first cup in the morning.

Posted March 17, 2017 by Kitty Devine

Easter, that iconic harbinger of spring, is nearly hear and what better way to welcome it than with this adorable Easter Bunnies Doormat.

Posted March 3, 2017 by Ron Callari

Chicken eggs have long been a staple of most people’s diets, and there are definite advantages for purchasing fresh eggs from a poultry farmer. Local-food advocates assert farm-fresh eggs are better than the ones you purchase at the grocery store. From my own experience, there are several reasons as to why — namely, free-range eggs are tastier and jam-packed full of nutrients.

Posted February 28, 2017 by Ron Callari

The goal is 12,000 species. The ’Photo Ark’ navigator and animal photographer is Joel Sartore. The mission is to document every captive animal species in the world using studio lighting and black-and-white backgrounds. So far, he’s traveled to 40 countries and has accomplished more than half of his target.

Posted January 30, 2017 by Ron Callari

t’s becoming more and more evident the Chinese have a growing fascination with the United States' current president. This is particularly curious since the tensions are strained between the U.S. and China, ever since Donald Trump's controversial call to Taiwanese president Tsai In-wen — which flew in the face of the long-held ‘One China’ policy. However this has not diminished the level of interest, the Chinese find in the new Leader of the Free World.