Bay Area Hikers: Do you know about Cataract Trail near Fairfax? Check out page 19 of the June Diablo Gazette.
Also Sci-Fi summer read recommendations for the whole family in BookEnds on p. 14: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, M.T. Anderson’s Landscape with Invisible Hand and more.
Dog lovers – check out sweet senior Miso, a shih tzu mix who needs a home on page 16, plus what to do in case of your dog is bitten by a rattlesnake, tips on camping with your dog, destinations for water-loving dogs, and more.
Movie review by Colleen Gonzalez: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent and David George’s Gardening Tips for Eco-Friendly Bug Control
Check out the May 2022 edition of Diablo Gazette:
My book review of The Oppenheimer Alternative by Robert J. Sawyer on p. 10.
My Ruby_dooby_do column features sweet Eddie who needs a home, plus info on recycling dog fur, ARF’s Animals of Broadway event, and issues with debarking on page 16.
Information on fun local outing while exploring Angel Island’s history on page 19
Check out my book review of Razorblade Tears by S. A. Cosby on page 10 and my dog column on page 15 that features sweet German Shepherd mix Jeffrey, plus information on rehoming tips and dog bone hazards.
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I’m ringing in the New Year with fun articles in the January edition of The Diablo Gazette:
Species count in Contra Costa County show bird life is stable (page 9)
My review of The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett on page 12.
Hazards of dog poop and dog bathing tips, plus senior dog Lucy is looking for a home on page 19.
Lots of content in this month’s Gazette, please see my interview on page 16 with actor/sculpture artist Tom Franco.
Also, check out my piece on Half Moon Bay on page 11, TWO book reviews this month for Tosca Lee’s medical thrillers on page 14, plus sweet Bennet and info on dog food recalls in my dog rescue column on page 15.
Check out my review of Born a Crime by Trevor Noah on page 19 and sweet, senior Sammy, as well as the First Responders Dog Program on page 20.