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  • Consumer Confidential: More confidence, more Fords, more Peanuts

     
    Here's your tumultuously Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Are we feeling better about the economy? Yes, we are. Consumer confidence has climbed to the highest level since September 2008, according to our friends at the Conference...
  • Beyonce a Wubbzy? Fergie a Peanut? Grammy nominees in roles you might not know

     
    With the Grammy Awards only days away, most sites are offering last minute predictions about who will win in the major categories, speculating about the performances or the 3-D tribute to Michael Jackson, even debating what Lady Gaga will wear....

    Matt Weinstock, Oct. 12, 1959

     
    Here's another panel you'll never see in the sitcom legacy version of "Peanuts." A cynical Snoopy? Vox Populi A man phoned Lee Warburton the other day and complained indignantly about his failure to expedite the street work which was blocking the caller's...

    Bill Littlejohn dies at 96; animation artist

    Bill Littlejohn dies at 96; animation artist
    Bill Littlejohn, an animator whose work ranged from MGM's "Tom and Jerry" shorts and the independent films of John and Faith Hubley to the popular "Peanuts" specials, died Friday night of natural causes at his home in Malibu. He was 96. Born in Newark,...

    Get your 'Peanuts' at Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa

    Santa Rosa, Calif. Maybe you came here, to the edge of wine country, for some grown-up fun amid the Cabernets and Chardonnays of Napa Valley. But for dessert, you get the house that Charlie Brown built. Or rather, the museum Charles M. Schulz built. And...