Here are the pics in a pseudo album. I tried to place them in an order as if you were arriving I said I tried!!! I di NOT alter the pics at all color, size, contrast - nothing! Feel free to ask all the???
Ripley getting to know Santa. Gallery of Past Events and Fundraisers. Ren's Pet Depot Dimitri who is in our program looking for his forever home stopped by for some treats and Rorie who is a TDRI alumni and is living her best life with her amazing family. Thank You to them for holding a donation drive for us and Paws up to their generous clientele. Bella from our adoption program gives a big WOOF!!
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Nicknamed "The Brazilian Bombshell",   Miranda is noted for her signature fruit hat outfit she wore in her American films. During the s Miranda performed on Brazilian radio and appeared in five Brazilian chanchadas , films celebrating Brazilian music, dance, and the country's carnival culture. The musical Banana da Terra directed by Ruy Costa gave the world her "Baiana" image, inspired by African-Brazilians from the northeastern state of Bahia. By , she was the highest-paid woman in the United States. Miranda made 14 Hollywood films between and Although she was hailed as a talented performer, her popularity waned by the end of World War II. Miranda came to resent the stereotypical "Brazilian Bombshell" image she had cultivated, and attempted to free herself of it with limited success. She focused on nightclub appearances and became a fixture on television variety shows. Despite being stereotyped, Miranda's performances popularized Brazilian music and increased public awareness of Latin culture.