David Berman is an acclaimed poet, song-writer, and an activist in Nashville, TN. He is also a daddy to two dogs, Gittel and Miles. We spoke to Berman about rescues, dog poetry, and about his childhood obsession with trying to ride on a dog.
Arts & Leisure
When the Senator Ted Kennedy wrote a children’s book about his dog Splash, a young Washington intern was charged with the task of taking care of the honorable canine’s email correspondence.
In Mike Mills’ new film, Beginners, a Jack Russell plays a main part. In this quote from an interview with Mills, it’s clear that he and I are kindred spirits when it comes to viewing dogs as different-but-equal to humans.
Now you can experience the miracle of puppy birth in real time, online.
Animal geek that I am, I couldn’t be more excited for this weekend’s Discovery Channel’s airing of Isabella Rossellini’s documentary about her love of animals, Animals Distract Me.
In today’s edition of ReadyMade.com’s Do This With Your Pet, I review two new books about making dog stuffed animals.
Also by artist Nagi Noda, this amazing poodle workout video, made for Panasonic in 2004.
These photos compiled by the Boston Globe make you feel like you were there on your own two feet. Or four, as the case may be.
In this old clip from Johnny Carson, Jimmy Stewart reads an original poem about dogs, life, love, and death. My keyboard is all wet. I’m glad that–for a brief handful of years–I have Amos close…
A new book of found photography, In Almost Every Picture #9: Black Dog, documents one family’s struggle to get a good shot of their favorite black dog. Gizmodo readers responded to news of this book…