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On the fifteenth anniversary of his death

Let us remember that Charles Schulz didn’t use the “someone who has an idea has a lightbulb appear over their head” motif in his comics… he only used it in real life.

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Avoiding any obvious joke of why they should be at the Carter museum instead

Those of you who do not live by a presidential museum may not realize that they end up getting used for many things beyond just a museum for that president’s artifacts. They’re ongoing concerns, and they keep finding ways to draw folks in, as well as serving as meeting places. …

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That was our Charlie

I presume by now most readers have heard about the slaughter of much of the staff of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo including cartoonists, as well as the policemen who were protecting the offices. And you may have thought that while it was horrific, this magazine of broad and often deliberately offensive …

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Peanuts from the beginning

I was listening to a report the other day covering the The Simpsons marathon than ran on FXX, and one of the things that was noted was that, while all of these episodes had been available on home video for a long time, and reran at various times on TV, …

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A little inkin’ for the holidays

For those of you who have been celebrating, are celebrating, will be celebrating, or even those who are merely breathing and feel they have nothing to celebrate – may the coming days be good ones. Here’s my present to you: a previously-unpublished picture of Schulz getting ink onto his pen.

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Charlie Brown’s Stocking staging

The St. Augustine (Florida) Record reports that the Shores United Methodist Church will host the Children’s Express Theater performing “Charlie Brown’s Christmas Stocking” on Dec. 17 at 6 p.m. (via Religion notes for Dec. 12 | I wonder whether they’re somehow adapting the story that originally ran in the December 1963 Good Housekeeping …

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A stage version of Schulz

Ah, the things you stumble on when looking for someone else. Apparently, someone’s written a stage play on Schulz’s life, and they staged it last month in Rhode Island. There’s a review of The Man Who Saw Snoopy here.


The force behind Franklin speaks!

Mashable has up an article on the creation of Franklin, including a video of a Schulz Museum interview with the woman whose urging convinced Schulz it was time to integrate the strip.

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Happy 64th anniversary to Good Ol’ Charlie Brown

For today’s 64th anniversary of Peanuts, the website of Time magazine takes a look at the current exhibit at the Schulz Museum.