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Nathaniel Batte leans back in his chair and inspects his purplish mouth through his newly acquired sunglasses. Holding the hand mirror a few inches from his face, the 8-year-old likes what he sees so far. His hygienist, however, isn't as happy with the...
At Moore's Deli in Burbank, Homer Simpson can be found eating a burger while Dora the Explorer dreams up her next quest, “Adventure Time's” Lumpy Space Princess raves about the deli's tuna and “Futurama's” Bender smokes a cigar....
The Falcon Theatre, Walt Disney Co., Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon are among the creative forces that will contribute to an art exhibit at the Burbank Creative Arts Center that opens Aug. 5. The center is celebrating 100 years of the city’s...
She shot a pair of movies back-to-back that took a piece out of her. But now with "Lovelace" (due in theaters in August) and "Les Miserables" out of her system, Allentown native Amanda Seyfried is lightening up. She began the year with a small role in...
Editor's note: We asked for remembrances about Charley Reese from his former colleagues on the Orlando Sentinel Editorial Board. Jane Healy (former editorial page editor): "Charley's strength was in always surprising readers. Liberal readers would...
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Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Dick Locher, 83, has put the stopper in the ink bottle for the last time after more than 40 years of capturing modern life through political cartooning. He recently announced his retirement. Dick's career as...
The campaign led by Web cartoonist The Oatmeal to buy Nikola Tesla's last laboratory and turn it into a museum honoring the scientist has succeeded in purchasing the property. Matthew Inman, the artist behind The Oatmeal, put up a comic strip announcing...
The last time "Pearls Before Swine" cartoonist Stephan Pastis walked the halls of San Marino's K.L. Carver Elementary School, he was an 11-year-old, practical-joke-loving fifth-grader with a penchant for irreverent doodling — things like the Ty-D-...
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,...
Tribune cartoonists first celebrated Mother's Day in 1914, when President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed it a national holiday, but it wasn't until the late 1930s that the cartoons made an annual appearance. Find more cartoons online at chicagotribune.com/...
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From the Chicago TribuneOnce upon a time, long long ago, the personal computer transformed the global economy, made heroes of nerds and gave everyday people the processing power once reserved for space scientists. Now, of course, smartphones and tablets are turning PCs into...
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