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They’ve Got Your Tail Covered

Do you ever have a hard time trying to find a good sitter for your well-loved pet? Definitely check out this social network, created by Paul Mann.

Although the social network is relatively new, with close to 100 members, the actual company itself is the “leader in professional pet sitting and dog-walking services” with more than “120 franchises offering pet-sitting, dog-walking, private boarding (a kind of “free-range” kenneling), and related services in 32 states” since 2002.

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Soul and vegetarian cuisine, a great pair

SoulVegFolk is approaching 1,000 members, and it’s easy to see why this social network is gaining so much popularity.

Network Creator, SoulVegFolk Team has done a fantastic job of connecting “Black folks who are vegans, vegetarians, fruitarians, raw foodists, etc. to share the joys, pains and crazy of their diet/lifestyle.”

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Bringing together the Dominican Diaspora

Dominica is an island nation with a population 70,000 is located in the eastern Caribbean — not to be confused with the Dominican Republic, which is in the northern part of the Caribbean. Dominica is being referred to as the “Nature Island,” where two-thirds of the island are home to the tropical rain forests and thousands of plant species.

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Living the Island Life in Okinawa


Where is Okinawa? Just a two and a half hour plane ride from Tokyo, Okinawa is an island located southwest of Japan, a very popular resort destination all-year round, known for its beautiful beaches and turquoise color sea. Among its 1 million inhabitants is Okinawan resident, Meredith, Network Creator of Okinawa Hai Society, a growing social network of members who are currently living in Okinawa or are planning to move there. Most of the members are connected to the U.S. military, as Okinawa is also home to many U.S. military bases across the island.

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Dance and Culture Come Alive at FolkloricoOnline.com

Combine a passion for culture, music and dance, and you get FolkloricoOnline.com.

Folklorico means ‘folk dance’ in Spanish. Each dance represents Mexico’s regions, history and culture. Dancers are beautifully dressed in traditional, colorful costumes, each telling tales of Mexico’s history’s past. Dances are often performed accompanied by the lively mariachi bands at parties, fiestas and family gatherings.

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Celebrating Dads

As today is Father’s Day, it’s only appropriate to blog about a couple of social networks dedicated to all dads out there, Just for Dads and The DadLabs Crib.

On Just for Dads, dads come together to share advice with one another or just to “get things off [their] chest here instead of at home”. In the forum, you can read about some of the funniest Dad stories. In addition to sharing their stories about their children, dads also discuss fun topics such as their favorite movies, music, beers and sports. Dads like Jay has bragging rights to being a proud new dad to his daughter, Sarah, pictured above.

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