This is crazy, and it feels rather extreme.
— The Oregonian (@Oregonian) August 31, 2017
Interesting to note here, per The Washington Post, that
The question of whether debarking is an appropriate remedy was not at issue in the case.
Debarking is a surgical procedure in which parts of a dog’s vocal folds or cords are cut out in an effort to lower the volume of its barks or, more severely, to eliminate the dog’s ability to bark altogether, according to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation.
Specifically, the six core journalism questions, which are: Who? What? When? Where? Why? (and, of course, how?)
Armed with supplies, food and fuel, a group of first responders has headed to Texas to take part in an eight-day mission in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The crew answered the state’s call for 100 swift water teams to aid in rescue efforts.
— Vermont Public Radio (@vprnet) August 31, 2017
I was doing some tweets for the Valley News on Wednesday when I somehow stumbled across the Twitter profile of actor and singer Taye Diggs. (Long story.)
Did you know he follows the Valley News on Twitter? Because I sure didn’t. The proof:
According to Wikipedia (I know), Diggs spent a summer performing at the New London Barn Playhouse in New London, and also has had numerous performances at the Lakes Region Summer Theatre — now Interlakes Summer Theatre — in Meredith, N.H.