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The Sun deserves kudos for having survived the near starvation of its print edition in recent years. But to this long-time print subscriber, the emaciated paper we get today must have determined that survival depended on shedding the staff it once devoted...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture, Entertainment
Just get it done. That's what Sun Sentinel editorial cartoonist Chan Lowe says about creating a countywide dispatch system for 911 emergency dispatching. Click here to view his cartoon and read his blog post. And click here to read the editorial we...
Yeah, that's her, staring you down, eyes blazing, cursing under her breath. She's a piece of work with zigzag black bangs, a blood-red shirt and hands firmly planted on hips. When the guy who's in love with her inches forward, telling her, "I can't live...
Chicago Tribune reporters and photographers, along with the newspaper's editorial cartoonist, have earned national and statewide recognition recently. Cartoonist Scott Stantis was awarded the Sigma Delta Chi Award for editorial cartooning from the...
Tags: Arts, Newspapers, Photography, Journalism, Arts and Culture
Animation Exhibit Closing What: Final week for the traveling exhibit, Animation, produced in part by Cartoon Network. When: Closes on Sunday, April 28 Where: Exploration Place, 300 N. McLean Blvd., Wichita, Kan. Admission: Included in museum...
You might recall the Elvis Costello lyric in "Tramp the Dirt Down," referencing Margaret Thatcher, the former British prime minister who died Monday: "I'll stand on your grave and tramp the dirt down." Then there is the Morrissey lyric: "The kind people...
Tags: Poetry, Bill Clinton, Music, Mining, Boris (music group)
Humor From My Pen An exhibit of cartoons by political prisoner Gerardo Hernandez Nordelo, New Haven Free Public Library, 133 Elm St., April 18-25, screening of Mission Against Terror on April 20 at 2 p.m. We are constantly told the Cold War is...
Gilbert Hernandez is 56 now. His brother Jaime is 54. They grew up in Oxnard, on the Southern California coast, where, as kids, they read comics and drew constantly. They made crude, tiny books for themselves until their older brother Mario —...
Tags: Book, Entertainment
Stephan Pastis, the former lawyer-turned-cartoonist behind the daily comic strip “Pearls before Swine,” (which runs in 650 newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times) recently made his first foray into long-form chapter books with “...
Kevin Kallaugher (aka KAL) is the man behind the insightful and often acerbic political cartoons that have appeared in more than 100 publications worldwide, among which is our own Baltimore Sun. His work epitomizes the age-old adage that the "pen is...
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