Category Archives: History

A Sad Day On Vulcan

One fine day back in the 1990’s, Leonard Nimoy wandered into the Artists’ Guild Gallery (then located above the NC Chamber of Commerce) and was so impressed with the exhibition that he became a member and offered prints of his … Continue reading

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The Rumor Mongered

Back in 1990, Dan O’Neill and I produced the first issue of The Wild Dog, a four-page supplement in the Nevada City alternative paper, Community Endeavor. The paper was commissioned and paid for by Duane Sandin to tell his story … Continue reading

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Stick It In Your Fatwa

Here’s a cartoon I did back in 2006. Sadly, things are far worse today.

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Gonzo Gone: In Memory Of HST

Ten years ago today, the infamous gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson took his own life. Many volumes have been written since then theorizing why Hunter chose to deprive the world of his twisted tales of the Death of the American … Continue reading

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I’m Offended

What is Freedom of expression? Without the freedom to offend, it ceases to exist.           -Salman Rushdie I have been involved in some very heated discussions since the murder of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists on January 7, 2015. While there has … Continue reading

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Seeing Is Deceiving

The smoke from last week’s gunfire had barely dissipated before conspiracy theories began to bloom like magic mushrooms in a fresh cowpie. First, the unedited version of the now-famous scene of the terrorist killing the wounded policeman is making the … Continue reading

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Robert Wyckoff

I got a few emails  asking if I was going to the rally in San Francisco to remember the fallen Charlie Hebdo cartoonists this weekend. No, I didn’t make it. Instead, I attended a memorial service for another fallen newspaper … Continue reading

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The Problem With Laughter

With the terrorist attack in Paris that has claimed the lives of five cartoonists still fresh in the minds of the public, I’d like to take the opportunity to refresh our collective memory on this lowbrow profession. Yes, it is … Continue reading

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Status: Still Not Dead

Well, I survived my 64th. The wife says she still needs me, will still feed me, and she took me to see Hot Tuna at The Center For The Arts last evening. The Tuna is as hot as ever, and … Continue reading

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Sixty-Four? Hard To Believe!

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