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  • Gowns Fit For All Brides: Dress designers increasing the number of plus-size offerings

    Everyone needs clothing whether she is big or small. Likewise, every bride needs a bridal gown no matter her size, plus-size or not.
  • Helping readers is the name of my game

    Helping readers is the name of my game
    More than anything else, I hope my columns help families, as most pets are considered members of the family. During 2014, I was proud to elevate several topics to a public platform. --Journalist Julia Szabo spoke with me about her book, "Medicine Dog:...

    New pet gifts promise happy holidays for furred and feathered family members

    New pet gifts promise happy holidays for furred and feathered family members
    More than ever before, some of those presents under the Christmas tree, as well as Hanukah gifts, are intended for barking, purring, or even squawking members of the family. Just over half all of all dogs, nearly 40 percent of cats, and 25 percent of pet...

    Thankfully, bans on the sale of puppy mill pets are spreading

    Thankfully, bans on the sale of puppy mill pets are spreading
    It's that time again to hear from readers, and you do have a lot to say! Keep those emails coming to steve@stevedale.tv. READER COMMENT: Puppy mills are deplorable. I'm glad to see so many cities banning pet stores from selling dogs and cats from these...

    Letter: Club is testament to Murphy's vision

    It is great to hear that the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank raised more than $175,000 at its 19th Annual Fundraising Gala and Auction. The money will go directly to the Boys & Girls Club education programs. Now serving almost 2,000 kids from the ages of 6...