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Tricks & Treats! Plus-Introducing Tracie Hotchner, Author & Radio Show Host!

Dracula & Frankenstein
at Bay Street Theatre!
(Photo and announcement:

Friday, October 30th


Both shows begin @
8:00 PM
Tickets: $5
available in advance

For information call 725-0818

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Annual Halloween Ragamuffin Parade
October 31, 12pm - 1pm
All Are Welcome!
Main Street, Sag Harbor
Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce

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October 31, 6:30 pm
Starts at 7th Ave @ 14th Street,
turns Left onto 3rd street and
ends at the Old Stone House.
Every Body Welcome!
Sponsored in part by the Park Slope Civic Council

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New York's 36th Annual Village Halloween Parade
begins @ 7 p.m.
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Here is something special for urbanseashell's dog & cat lovers:
Tracie Hotchner, Author and Radio Show Host
The Dog Bible and The Cat Bible

I have enjoyed listening to Tracie's show live on Saturday mornings at 11 a.m. on WLIU.

Introducing Tracie to my readers is my way of thanking her for sending me free tickets to the Meet the Breeds show which was held at the Jabob Javitz Center in Manhattan the weekend of October 17th. It was a fabulous show!

Tracie covers a wide range of topics and invites guest speakers on her show. She also takes calls from listeners. Tracie is a wealth of information when it comes to life with our dogs and cats. What is extra special about her content is the politics behind their food, care and their lives in general.
You can listen to both her shows on-line by tuning into
WOR 710

DOG TALK on NPR at 11 AM on 88.3
will have dermatologist Dr. John Gorden on
"What makes a dog smelly...even AFTER you bathe them?" and
a breeder of Australian Terriers to talk about the breed

Saturday night, 10 p.m.
Tracie Hotchner's DOG TALK & CAT CHAT with
Sophie B. Hawkins - whose song "Mmmm...My Best Friend" is the
theme song of all Tracie's radio shows, talking about the dogs and cats
in her recording studio for inspiration, and
Dr. Elizabeth Hodgkins
on the ways pet food companies lie to us.

Tracie appreciates all her listeners and invites you to call in with questions.
If you do so, tell her you read about her show on my blog,
urbanseashell—a collection. Missed shows can be listened to on podcasts.
Enjoy! —Lisa

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