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Clark County Public Library Adult Services LibrarianThere are two new displays in the Clark County Public Library foyer this month. Stop by and take a look at them next time you drop by. On the right side of the foyer is a display of comics from days when comics were actually comic, funny, instead of...
Tags: Google Inc., Politics, Libraries, Literature, Brian Walker
Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Joel Pett will visit Centre College Monday through Wednesday as a Humana Visiting Scholar, participating in events that include a convocation address at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Weisiger Theater. The address is...
email@example.comThe comics, the funny papers, the cartoons — whatever you call them, you have to admit they are a feature of the paper that always draws your eye. Some make you laugh, others make you cringe, but there is always at least one that will make you...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJoel Pett is well known for his pointed pen, earning a Pulitzer Prize and international acclaim puncturing ripe targets with decidedly inelegant strokes. But who knew the Lexington Herald-Leader’s editorial cartoonist is also something of a stand-...
Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Dick Locher, 83, has put the stopper in the ink bottle for the last time after more than 40 years of capturing modern life through political cartooning. He recently announced his retirement. Dick's career as...
Tribune cartoonists first celebrated Mother's Day in 1914, when President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed it a national holiday, but it wasn't until the late 1930s that the cartoons made an annual appearance. Find more cartoons online at chicagotribune.com/...
Tags: Woodrow Wilson, Entertainment, Mother's Day
In 1933, Robert Ripley crash-landed into Chicago, opening his first "Odditorium" exhibition at the World's Fair. At the showing, writes Neal Thompson in “A Curious Man,” a fascinating and fun biography of the "Believe It or Not!" creator,...
From the Chicago TribuneOnce upon a time, long long ago, the personal computer transformed the global economy, made heroes of nerds and gave everyday people the processing power once reserved for space scientists. Now, of course, smartphones and tablets are turning PCs into...
Representatives of the Lombard Historical Museum didn't exclaim "Leapin' Lizards" when they recently received a collection of memorabilia related to village history, but it would have been in keeping with the indomitable spirit of the red-head on whom the...
The campaign led by Web cartoonist The Oatmeal to buy Nikola Tesla's last laboratory and turn it into a museum honoring the scientist has succeeded in purchasing the property. Matthew Inman, the artist behind The Oatmeal, put up a comic strip announcing...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Long Island, Museums, Politics, Science
Facebook may have a lot of uses for social networking and time-wasting, but lately it's been offering a creative outlet, too. A new comic-making application called Bitstrips is popping up more and more on Facebook updates. And after just a few months,...
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