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VarietyAs studios produce more summer tenptoles based on established brands, they're looking to take a larger piece of the $49.3 billion in retail sales of film and TV character merchandise in the U.S. and Canada last year. Last year, Disney dominated the...
Democratic governor candidate Bill Daley injected campaign politics into the simmering policy debate on public pension reform, chastising Gov. Pat Quinn for a lack of leadership and potential candidate Attorney General Lisa Madigan for remaining mum on...
Young At Art Museum, animator and educator Rob Cabrera and actress Bailee Madison will team up June 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to host "Alex's Lemonade Stand and 'Monica' Screening," in support of fighting childhood cancer. The event will be held at...
Tags: Artists, Arts, Museums, Entertainment, Arts and Culture
What's the problem in Turkey? I'll start the discussion with one word, one name, actually. Erdogan. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan suffers from the same malady all powerful people have. We can clearly see it in President Obama in his second term....
Tags: Russia, Turkey, Separation of Church and State, Iran, Politics
I get a kick out of the Leader’s political cartoonist, Bert Ring. Not only does Ring have a wicked sense of humor, his artistic skills are top-notch. Ring’s caricatures of Burbank City Council members are hilarious (and accurate). The...
Tags: Easter, Entertainment, Symbols and Symbolism
HartfordBob Englehart's 'Cartoons for Camp' Event Helps Drive Awareness and Support for Hartford's Camp Courant 119th season. The Hartford Courant's legendary editorial cartoonist Bob Englehart spent an evening with visitors at the Center for Global and Urban...
It's all very familiar. The finger-snapping opening theme. A black-clad Morticia snipping the heads off flowers. Uncle Fester making a lightbulb glow by putting it in his mouth. Daughter Wednesday torturing her brother Pugsley on a rack. Anyone familiar...
No comic strip was more in touch with American pop culture in the 20th century than "Peanuts," drawn and written by the late, towering and much-revered cartoonist Charles Schulz. That his daily strip, so filled with unflinching sarcasm and childish wiles,...
Chicago Police Department brass quietly continue to shun their department's first fallen hero. CPD officials refuse to follow century-old protocol in honoring the ultimate sacrifice of Constable James Quinn, who was killed in the discharge of his duty...
Muskogee Phoenix, Okla.Aspiring artist and cartoonist Mike Reed has drawn inspiration from all sorts of characters. First it was Sonic the Hedgehog, the spike-haired hero of Sega video games, comics and cartoons. Then came the ever-cheerful SpongeBob SquarePants. Now it's...
This month couldn't be better-timed for collage artist Erika King. While the Miami Heat boys are busy sharp-shooting in the NBA playoffs, her commemorative photo-collages of LeBron, Wade, Bosh and other ballers are on display at Miami Beach's Williams...
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,...
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