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The Fast and Furriest

Like any red-blooded, four-year-old goldendoodle, Lucy is irrepressibly friendly and delights in windows-down car rides. But unlike a vast majority of dog parents, Brock Keen and his wife Sara possess an automotive wanderlust that has turned the canine-on-a-roadtrip trope on its ear. Keen, a self-described petrol-head, admits to a long history of justifying car purchases …

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Bloodhounds

When Sharon Voss-Northrup noticed that her oldest dog, Shadow, a black Lab mix rescued from a high-kill shelter, had a distended abdomen and was a bit wobbly, she rushed the dog to their family vet. The doctors discovered a strange mass near Shadow’s spleen, liver, and intestines, and Shadow was sent to an emergency hospital …

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Danny Trejo

On August 23, 1969, 26-year-old Danny Trejo walked into a Greyhound bus depot in downtown San Francisco after being released from prison, where he had spent four and a half years for attempting to sell four ounces of fake heroin (sugar) to an undercover cop. “I went through the doors of the bus station and …

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Looks Like

Dog lovers have a funny way of seeing their four-legged friends wherever they go.For DROOL Issue No. 3 we asked #droolworthy artist John Vogl to create a series of illustrations with this in mind. John Vogl is a freelance illustrator living in Minneapolis, MN. His work is a mix of digital and traditional illustration, with …

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Cynthia Erivo

The acronym “EGOT” describes the rarest, most diversely talented Hollywood entertainers who, throughout their careers, managed to win an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony Award. As of now there are only 16 individuals worthy of this designation — including Mel Brooks, Whoopi Goldberg, Audrey Hepburn, and Andrew Lloyd Weber — but before …

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