Tag Archives: urban

Make it Right, New Orleans

While staying in the French Quarter for a wedding, we took a side trip to the Lower 9th Ward to check out the Make it Right Foundation homes.  From the Make it Right website: More than 4,000 homes in New … Continue reading

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NOLA Friends: Tails from The Big Easy

Last weekend, we took a mini-vacation in New Orleans to attend a friend’s wedding.  The wedding was fabulous, capped by the quintessential New Orleans experience of dancing down Bourbon street in a Second Line parade, complete with brass band! Of … Continue reading

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Aarrrgh!

This is a visual reference of my week thus far.  Hope yours has been going a bit more smoothly! I’m working on a new project for The Daily Toki, and it’s been taking a lot longer than expected.  Stay tuned … Continue reading

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Dogtown: Abbot Kinney Fest 2011

Yesterday, the Abbot Kinney Festival took over our street.  We’re still recovering. So is Toki. Apparently, our local street fair is also quite popular with the dogs. We ran into old friends, made new ones, and even stopped by the … Continue reading

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Aiko on the Block

New puppy alert!  This weekend we met Aiko, a 7 month-old cutie pie, at Intelligentsia Coffee (the best place in Venice to meet local dogsters). Milo decided to take Aiko under his wing, as he does with all new puppies. … Continue reading

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A Bike for Every Dog

While Toki was hanging with her L.A. pals last weekend, Josh and I visited the bike-friendly city of Portland, Oregon for a friend’s wedding.  Compared to Venice Beach, the city was sparkling clean.  Perhaps it’s all that rain?  Just as … Continue reading

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New York News Feed

New York dogs may have the rolling green lawns of Central Park, a booming squirrel and pigeon population, and a people and dog-watching scene that is second to none.  But, as detailed in a recent New York Times article, the … Continue reading

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