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Charles M. Schulz

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  • 'Peanuts: 1960s Collection'

    'Peanuts: 1960s Collection'
    If you're a fan of the original animated specials featuring Charlie Brown and company, you'll undoubtedly take endless delight in this set of stories inspired by the Charles M. Schulz comics. Included, of course, is the program that started it all –...
  • 'Peanuts 1970s Collection: Volume Two'

    'Peanuts 1970s Collection: Volume Two'
    Another gathering of the animated adventures of the Charles M. Schulz-created Charlie Brown and company includes tributes to Valentine's Day ("Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown"), Arbor Day ("It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown") and even school homecomings ("It's...
  • `The Body' speaks . . .

    The honorable Jesse Ventura, governor of Minnesota, was in town the other week to tout tourism in his state. "Nearly half a million every year from Chicago come to visit Minnesota," he said. "We'd like to build on that, so we can continue to assert our...
  • Minnesota's odd couples

    Minnesota excels at producing unlikely pairs. In the field of literature there is the dissimilar duo of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sinclair Lewis (Riviera and prairie); in politics, Eugene McCarthy and Harold Stassen; in music, Bob Dylan and the Artist...
  • The road to Kauai is an ever-inviting garden path

    Hanalei, Hawaii KAUAI is the island Hollywood calls paradise. Its tropical forests, 4,000-foot cliffs and crescent-shaped beaches have provided idyllic settings for more than 60 films and TV shows, cast as everything from "Gilligan's Island" and...
  • Flying by the seat of your pants in the Twin Cities

    There are two ways to approach the weekend getaway. You can have every detail planned. Or you can fly to your destination, put on a pair of comfortable shoes and wander. And that was pretty much our strategy for a 48-hour visit to Minneapolis. My...
  • Hitting a nerve

    Consumerism and the counterculture collide hard on Telegraph Avenue, where political posters fill the space between chain stores. Three kids in hooded sweatshirts crouch on the sidewalk: "Can you spare some change ... for pot?" Away from the clamor,...