Category Archives: History

Parking Cartoon No. 3726

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You’ve Been Warned

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A City Full Of Holes

Giant Sinkhole Takes Over Side of Hill in Grass Valley

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Another Nugget

I recently received a few advance copies of this book I illustrated for the late Don Dickey, mining engineer and owner of the Oriental Mine in Alleghany, Sierra County. It is available for purchase at the Underground Gold Miners Museum. … Continue reading

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Mother Lodita – Fortuneteller

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Every Boy Dreams Of One

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The Heart Of The Heart

Fifteen years ago, fire destroyed Friar Tuck’s. Now, the heart of the heart, owner Greg Cook, has left us as well. The restaurant rose from the ashes, and as long as it stands it will remind us of the good … Continue reading

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Where Do We Go From Here?

Welcome to 2017. This promises to be, for lack of a better word, an interesting year. We just ended one of the most contentious elections in American history, and a nervous nation awaits the inauguration of Donald Trump and the … Continue reading

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Winners & Losers

I may not get every prediction right, but sometimes I come awful close. This cartoon first appeared in 2013. (For those who complain I never whup on Obama.)

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San French

I am sorry to report the passing of my old friend, Sherwin (San) French. (with hat at left) We met in 1970 when he was playing keyboards with the Sacramento heavy metal band, Trakstod. He fell in love with Nevada … Continue reading

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