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Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 04: Spring 1998
Welcome to the Winter/Spring Bark. This fourth issue also marks our first anniversary. A year ago we offered you an 8-page newsletter, today we are able to give you 20 big pages chock-full of articles, graphics, and art geared for you, the modern urban dog enthusiast. If you have been with us from the beginning, you will know that our growth has been meteoric. This has propelled us to expand our...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 03: Fall 1997
Welcome to Bark III. Being still so new, a little introduction is in order. We began as a group of newsletter—deprived dog lovers who like to cavort leash-free at César Chavez Park, the wonderful 90 acre park in Berkeley’s Marina. But like this 16 page, tabloid sized issue, we too have progressed from our first. We owe our success in jumping 8 to 12 and now to 16 pages to you, the readers. Our...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 02: Spring 1997
Welcome to Bark II. Our first issue met with such resounding success that we were inspired to expand to 12 pages, thus adding more articles, more art and more financial support from advertisers. We owe this all to you, the enthusiastic, responsive East Bay dog owners. This issue's Barker is Seller. Sailer’s best friend is Alix Woodward, a 9-year old Berkeley resident. Alix tells us Sailor is an...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 01: Jan 1997
Welcome to our first issue! THE BERKELEY BARK This newsletter is a forum and meeting place for park users. Many of you are very familiar with the park but, as we come to it on different days, at different times, most of us have never met nor seen each other. Please use The Bark- to stay in touch and voice your opinions, write articles, letters, submit illustrations, photos—your dog can become...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 16: Fall 2001
This afternoon I was distracted by the activity of a hyperactive squirrel burying a nut in my tomato patch. The dogs were fast asleep in the office, oblivious to the squirrel’s industry. But the hubbub in the garden reminded me of autumn’s approach. I grew up in Buffalo, so fall was my favorite season—cool enough to erase summer’s lethargy and warm enough to elude snow (there is no spring along...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 29: Winter 2004
Our Winter 2004 issue is Bark’s biggest yet and has a little something for everyone. We introduce two new columns: Gay Salisbury’s series on “Hall of Fame” dogs kicks off with a tale about Owney, the postal service’s mascot, and Greg Edmont’s globetrotting travel feature, “Spotted In …,” debuts with an account of his visit to Morocco. We proudly feature an interview with Temple Grandin, PhD, a...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 28: Fall 2004
Today’s doghouse is our house, just ask anyone who shares digs with a beloved canine. Whether it’s “metro”—William Wegman’s new line of fabric or “retro”—antique bronze fixtures, style and durability are the buzz words this season. Bark’s special “habitat” issue has the pick of the litter with a collection of tiles, rugs, mosaics and flooring. Enter chez Monet, Renoir, Cassatt and feast your eyes...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 27: Summer 2004
A summertime’s worth of fun and reading await you in issue 27. Don’t miss Bark’s special literature feature showcasing new stories by Augusten Burroughs, Anthony Doerr and Mary Oliver. Looking for a summer getaway? We bring you 50 ideas, from the San Juan Islands (WA) to the Catskills (NY), one for each state! In the aftermath of 9/11, new studies examine the after effects and possible long-term...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 26: Spring 2004
Our newest issue, Spring #26, is just bursting with tantalizing articles. Ann Patchett, author of Bel Canto, interviews the divine diva, Renée Fleming about two of her favorite things, opera and dogs! Our renowned behaviorist, Trisha McConnell explores the similarities and differences between dogs and wolves. We look at the importance dogs can have to the health and well-being of senior citizens...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 25: Winter 2003
We kick off the Winter/Holiday season with an issue that is sure to delight and, hopefully, move you. Our cover features an exquisite portrait of two best friends (a Siberian Husky and Australian Kelpie) by New Zealand photographer Rachael Hale. Novelist Ann Patchett writes a tender essay on the joys of a domestic life. We investigate canine sidekicks in detective fiction; and we track down those...

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