The Wednesday Spill: Daily Cartoonists & Cartoons; Video Of Interest: Liza Donnelly Takes You On A Tour Of Her Exhibit At The Norman Rockwell Museum

Catching up on the week’s Daily Cartoons… Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon: Keith Knight on not watching the Mets. Mr. Knight began contributing to The New Yorker in December of last year. Visit his website here. …Yesterday’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon: Teresa Burns Parkhurst, on Disney’s re-opening. Ms. Parkhurst began contributing to The New Yorker in October 2017. See her

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Henry Martin’s First New Yorker Spot Drawing

Some mornings, when I set out to do the day’s Spill, I’ve no idea what I’ll be posting (other than possibly mentioning the Daily cartoonist & cartoon). Today began with seeing a link to a 17 year old piece on Henry Martin, the great New Yorker cartoonist who passed away the last day of June. In the piece (there’s a

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The Weekend Spill: New Addition To The Spill Library; The Tilley Watch Online; Videos (And An App) Of Interest: Liza Donnelly Exhibit At The Norman Rockwell Museum

_________________________________________________________________________ New Addition To The Spill Library Part of the Spill‘s (self charged) charge is to keep in mind all those cartoonists who have been and are part of The New Yorker, not just the names up in lights. Larry Reynolds, having contributed to several of the biggest magazines of his day (including Collier’s, and The Saturday Evening Post) also

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Liza Donnelly’s Norman Rockwell Museum Virtual Opening Tonight!

                  “A Master Class In Using Humor”                                                               — The Boston Globe, July 9, 2020 Here’s the notice from the Globe: LIZA DONNELLY: COMIC RELIEF (NORMAN ROCKWELL MUSEUM): Donnelly, a cartoonist and children’s book author, has been making wry, powerful cartoons for the New Yorker for more than 30 years. Don’t let the show’s name fool you: Charged with political

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