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Cut and paste dialogue: Skull session

I got this idea from Roz Chast, who creates comic collages in a new monthly series called “Cut and Paste” for The New Yorker 7 more words

‘Going Into Town’ Celebrates Everything We Love (and Love to Hate) About New York City [REVIEW]

From the very first time I stepped foot in New York City as a teenager, I’m one of those people who is simply crazy about the place. 834 more words


“It’s no accident that most ads are pitched to people in their 20s and 30s. Not only are they so much cuter than their elders…but they are less likely to have gone through the transformative process of cleaning out their deceased parents’ stuff.

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What’s So Funny About Math? at National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath), February 16 - March 31, 2019

The first-ever math cartoon exhibition, What’s So Funny About Math? features 20 math-related cartoons by artists from across the country, including Roz Chast, Drew Dernavich, Dana Fradon, James Stevenson, Robert Leighton, Jack Ziegler, Bob Mankoff, Charlie Hankin, Sidney Harris, Nate Fakes, Dan Reynolds, Mike Seddon, Pat Byrnes, Mark Heath, and Nick Kim.  202 more words


Should I add cartoons to my posts?

Throughout history, people have sometimes gotten their best ideas from dreams.    For me, my dreams were never transferable to the real world, but I just woke up from one that could be. 444 more words