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'A good man:' Exhibits celebrate 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz on 100th birthday

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — In a series of "Peanuts" comic strips that ran in mid-April of 1956, Charlie Brown grasps the string of his kite, which was stuck in what came to be known in the long-running strip as the "kite-eating tree."In one episode that week, a frustrated Charlie Brown declines an offer from nemesis Lucy for her to yell at the tree."If I had a kite caught up in a tree, I'd yell at it," Lucy responds in the last panel.The simplicity of that interaction illustrates how different "Peanuts" was from comics drawn...
COLUMBUS, OH

Exhibits honor 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz on 100th

SANTA ROSA — In a series of "Peanuts" comic strips that ran in mid-April of 1956, Charlie Brown grasps the string of his kite, which was stuck in what came to be known in the long-running strip as the "kite-eating tree."In one episode that week, a frustrated Charlie Brown declines an offer from nemesis Lucy for her to yell at the tree."If I had a kite caught up in a tree, I'd yell at it," Lucy responds in the last panel.The simplicity of that interaction illustrates how different "Peanuts" was from comics drawn before its 1950 debut, said Lucy Shelton...
SANTA ROSA, CA
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Late cartoonist Charles Schulz to get further recognition at namesake airport

His name is on the airport but the work of the late Charles Schulz will be further elevated when the Santa Rosa facility debuts its new terminal next year. “Our art goal is to focus on our namesake, Charles Schultz and the Peanuts art,” said Airport Manager Jon Stout, noting a portion of the ongoing $40 million construction project at Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport has a carve-out for art.
SANTA ROSA, CA

This Snoopy-Themed Ice Rink Was Founded By Charles Schulz 50 Years Ago

Peanuts cartoonist Charles Shulz built Snoopy’s Home Ice in Santa Rosa in 1969. There’s a legendary ice rink just north of San Francisco! Snoopy’s Home Ice (AKA the Redwood Empire Ice Arena) is a must, whether you’re a kid looking to get their skate on or an adult wishing for some cartoony nostalgia. The Snoopy-themed ice rink was founded in 1969 by Charles Schulz , cartoonist and creator of the brilliant comic strip Peanuts , and you can’t miss his influence throughout the entire skating complex.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
thejenatimes.net

Philosophy of Charles Schulz

The following is the philosophy of Charles Schulz, the creator of the ‘Peanuts’ comic strip. You don’t have to actually answer the questions. Just ponder on them. Just read the email straight through, and you’ll get the point. 1. Name the five wealthiest people in the world. 2. Name the last five Heisman trophy winners. 3. Name the last five winners of the Miss America pageant. 4. Name ten…
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Charles Schulz was a jock and a feminist and his Northern California museum is worth a day trip

Peanuts, the comic strip and animated cartoon created by Charles Schulz, is such a global phenomenon that, for a time in the 1980s, its creator was the top-earning celebrity in the world. Even now, nearly a century after he first began sketching them, Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Sally, Linus, Pigpen, Woodstock and gang are still nearly universally recognized. But for those of us who grew up in Northern California over the last 50 years, Peanuts has its own resonance: Schultz was himself a Bay Area character.
CALIFORNIA STATE
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New Terminal About to Rise at Charles Schulz Sonoma County Airport

Big changes are about to get underway at the Charles Schulz Sonoma County Airport. After years of planning, the new, expanded main terminal will begin to rise in the weeks ahead. As Karl Van Amburg and producer Michon Sardella report, the work takes place as North Bay passengers return to...
SONOMA COUNTY, CA
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Charles Schulz, The Peanuts and Saint Paul

Schulz was born in Minneapolis, but he spent much of his childhood life in Saint Paul’s Mac-Groveland neighborhood. From a young age, he was called “Sparky” in reference to a racehorse from the cartoon strip Barney Google. Schulz and his father were known to purchase newspapers from both Minneapolis and Saint Paul to make sure they saw every cartoon strip printed locally.
SAINT PAUL, MN
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How Charles Schulz created his iconic ‘Peanuts’ characters

Apple TV+ is now the home of all-things-“Peanuts” — so it’s the logical place home for a new documentary about Charles Schulz, who created the iconic comic-strip franchise. “Who Are You, Charlie Brown?” premieres Friday (June 25) on the streamer and clocks in at under an hour, short by today’s...
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