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  • Coming to the Festival of Books: Bruce Eric Kaplan

    Coming to the Festival of Books: Bruce Eric Kaplan
    Bruce Eric Kaplan, the author and illustrator of a new memoir, “I Was a Child” (Blue Rider: 193 pp., $25.95), simultaneously holds two of the most coveted day jobs on the planet. He's a TV writer (he has worked on “Seinfeld,” “Six Feet Under,” and “Girls,” for which he currently serves as executive producer), and he's a cartoonist (under the moniker BEK, his cartoons have been appearing in the New Yorker for 24 years). He has also published several cartoon collections, as well as three children's books.
  • APR 15 | The Great Cartoon Debate

    APR 15 | The Great Cartoon Debate
    Join the Loyola School of Communication, Friends of the Loyola Libraries, and the Chicago Tribune for a lively evening highlighting two artists, two sketch pads and a world of creative ideas! Political cartoonists Scott Stantis of the Chicago Tribune...

    Police shooting

    Police shooting
    I am headed out to join my friend, Arizona Daily Star Editorial Cartoonist and Columnist David Fitzsimmons, for the first of what we hope will become a series of totally sold out Great Cartoon Debates at Loyola University tonight.    i will write about...

    It's Tax Day. You know the drill.

    It's Tax Day. You know the drill.
    Taxpayers, Wednesday is all about you. Either you've filed your tax returns and you're grumpy, or you're racing to the mailbox (or online) to beat the midnight deadline. Here's one of our favorite cartoons from the late Pulitzer Prize-winning Tribune...

    Comedy genius, father of funny commercials Stan Freberg dies

    Stan Freberg, the spirited comic genius who lampooned American history in his landmark recordings "The United States of America" and was hailed as the father of the funny commercial, died Tuesday. He was 88. Freberg died at Santa Monica UCLA Medical...