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Charles M. Schulz

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  • Haim Saban has grand brand plans

     
    Media mogul Haim Saban wants to become a brand mogul too. Saban, who made the bulk of his fortune in the kids television business and now is chairman and chief executive of Saban Capital Group, which counts the powerful Spanish-language......
  • Political Cartoon by Charles Schulz

     
    July 26, 1960: The “Peanuts” story line involved Lucy drawing a political cartoon and submitting it to a newspaper. Because readers never saw the cartoon, the Mirror asked artist Charles Schulz what it looked like. Here’s his answer. Paul Coates...
  • ABC pumps up 'Great Pumpkin' with rapping Charlie Brown

     
    Charlie Brown may never kick that football or pitch a winning game, but turns out the kid's not a half-bad rapper. ABC is running a beefed-up version of last year's promo of "Charlie B," extolling the virtues, over a hip-hop......
  • David L. Ulin on 'Doonesbury' [updated]

     
    Doonesbury in its topicality, its ongoing dailiness, it is really about something more profound....
  • Charles Schulz by way of Werner Herzog

     
    Via 3eanuts: "Charles Schulz's Peanuts comics often conceal the existential despair of their world with a closing joke at the characters' expense. With the last panel omitted, despair pervades all." (Thx, Mr.JM) Similarly-- Garfield Minus Garfield and the...
  • ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ from Baggy Pants Theater

     
    Coming up is the final weekend of Baggy Pants Theater's “You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown,” directed by Stephen Halpin. The comic musical about Charles Schulz's “Peanuts” characters is being performed at H2o Church, 100 W....
  • 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,...