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Raclette is to 2016 what fondue was to 1965: The latest way for diners to engage in do-it-yourself meals without actual cooking. A French and Swiss dining technique named after the melting cheese of the same name, raclette is new to the states but all over Paris. When Raclettes owner Sandra Wilkins decided to open a spot with her husband and sister, she thought back to t…

Look for my Best of 2015 page in today's print edition of The News. Click on the image below for a higher res version. It's the only day of the year that my work gets printed in full color - my hope is one day color could be a weekly feature on the editorial page. This year was especially challenging keeping it to ten cartoons, with so many big global and national stori…

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Cartoonist's Note: "genie" is a French word with Arabic origins in meaning (not the Disney version who grants you three wishes). "Génie (denoting a guardian or protective spirit): from French. Génie was adopted in the current sense by the 18th-century French translators because of its resemblance to Arabic jinnī ‘jinni.’" (from Google Dictionary) "Jinni ..…

Political Cartoons

Cartoonist's Note: "genie" is a French word with Arabic origins in meaning (not the Disney version who grants you three wishes). "Génie (denoting a guardian or protective spirit): from French. Génie was adopted in the current sense by the 18th-century French translators because of its resemblance to Arabic jinnī ‘jinni.’" (from Google Dictionary) "Jinni ...in Arab…

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In the wake of today's terrorist attack on a satirical newspaper in Paris, political cartoonists from around the world poured their feelings into a series of moving reflections on the horrifying massacre. Earlier tonight, a new entry came from an unexpected source: Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz. Shortly before 7 p.m., he sent out a Tweet containing his reflecti…