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John Lara, whose irreverent cartoons appeared in Laguna Beach, Orange County and national newspapers, died Jan. 15 of complications from lupus. He was 56. A memorial service will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Little Church by the Sea, 468...
The civil rights message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was long ago burned into my brain when I lived in Chicago in 1966. I was in art school living on the northwest side of Chicago when King brought his protest movement against restrictive and...
Good thing Bill Griffith did not take Marcel Duchamp seriously. Otherwise, we'd be without Zippy (aka Zippy the Pinhead), the best-drawn daily underground comic strip in America, still running in 300 newspapers. Griffith, at the time a 19-year-old art...
Tags: Charles M. Schulz, Health, Haddam, Drugs and Medicines, Artists
The Hartford CourantMetLife's most recent TV commercial opens with Charlie Brown strolling alongside Lucy, Linus and other Peanuts characters into a sun-soaked grassy field, a slightly hazy, idyllic scene that could pass for financial stability, the afterlife or California....
Garry Trudeau's Sunday Doonesbury cartoon which excoriated Newt Gingrich went way beyond the pale! It was not only disgustingly partisan, it was cruelly subjective. I guess there's a slim-to-none chance of seeing a similar cartoon slamming President...
Tags: Cartoons, Newt Gingrich, Barack Obama, Entertainment
Gayle Anderson was live in Hollywood to see what's new at "The New and Improved Ripley's Believe It Or Not!". The iconic "RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT!" Hollywood Odditorium is open again after a temporary closure to give the show a major facelift....
Patricia A. Disney Philanthropist, ex-wife of Walt Disney's nephew Roy Patricia A. Disney, 77, who grew up as a neighbor of Roy E. Disney in Toluca Lake and was married to him for more than 50 years, died Friday of Alzheimer's disease, her family...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesDirector Steven Spielberg's "The Adventures of Tintin" starts innocently enough — with Tintin, it always does — at a flea market, where the dauntless boy reporter finds an old model boat. But blistering barnacles! — as his buddy Capt....
Every presidential campaign turns out to be a quadrennial godsend for editorial cartoonists, but for Lalo Alcaraz, 2012 is a jubilee year. Herman Cain, chowing down at a Miami restaurant, asks, “How do you say ‘delicious' in Cuban?” Newt...
Tags: Charles M. Schulz, White House, Music, Mormonism, Elections
Opinion L.A.RELATED: Homesick for the holidays My Christmas wish: No more "no problem" Are Christmas trees still a religious symbol? Photos: Ted Rall's 10 most popular cartoons of 2011 White House Christmas cards: Signed, sealed, secular --Steve Brodner Illustrator,...
Opinion L.A.L.A. City Atty. Carmen Trutanich may sue Occupy L.A. for $23.5 million, which includes the cost of 1,400 LAPD officers sent to watch and evict the peaceful protest. "Freedom isn't free. It ain't even affordable," opines cartoonist Ted Rall in......
Nation NowCharles Addams, Google Doodle honoree....
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