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Charles M. Schulz

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  • Peanuts comic will come to life in French TV series

    Lucy van Pelt sits, as she has for decades, with her arms folded at a desk under a sign that reads "Psychiatrist Help 5." Snoopy, the enigmatic beagle owned by Charlie Brown, sits on a small wooden stool.
  • 10 things you might not know about sweaters

    10 things you might not know about sweaters
    Hey, you in the ugly Christmas sweater. Read this: / Many people don sweaters to fend off the cold. Turns out, they're powerful protection during Cold Wars too. In 1978, an assassination attempt on Bulgarian defector Vladimir Kostov, a former state...

    Scrappy Christmas tree prompts a change of heart in Reading, Pa.

    Scrappy Christmas tree prompts a change of heart in Reading, Pa.
    This is a tale of two trees. One is draped in holiday lights and topped with a star, and it is most people's vision of what a city's Christmas tree should be. That one sits a few blocks from the center of town. The other is — well, here are a...

    Comic book collections that pack a worthy holiday punch

    Comic book collections that pack a worthy holiday punch
    Recently, a comic shop guy explained to me that hernia-inducing, unabridged dictionary-sized, hardcover reprint collections of superhero comics exist because during the holiday season there are people who know a relative loves Spider-Man. This is...

    'A Charlie Brown Christmas,' at 50, is beloved by Lehigh Valley residents

    "A Charlie Brown Christmas" has been an important part of Susan Steiner's holidays for 50 years. "My husband and I watched it as teens," says Steiner of Allentown. "We watched it numerous times each Christmas season with our three daughters, and now...