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After Roanoke, and Charleston, and Lafayette, and…

[BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

A Correction in China

Click to see the the cartoon at The Atlantic.com. [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

Unhappiest Parents on the Block

Click to see the rest of the cartoon. [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

Boston’s Winter Education (Boston Globe Cartoon)

Click to see the rest of the cartoon. Or click here to see the cartoon at the Boston Globe. [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

The MBTA Takes a Personal Day

Comically Speaking: Cartoon Exhibit at the Essex Art Center

               Comically Speaking: Illustrations and drawings by Don Mathias, David Sullivan,                              Sage Stossel, Mark Parisi & John Klossner                                                Jan 9 – March 6, 2015 (Pictured: John Klossner, Don Mathias, Mark Parisi, David Sullivan, and Sage Stossel; Photo via Don Mathias)

Sketches from the MIT Media Lab Breast Pump Hackathon

Click to see the rest of Sketches from the MIT Breast Pump Hackathon. Also see Life as a New Mom Summed Up in a Cartoon [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

Dispatch From the Home Front

Click to see the rest of the cartoon. Or click here to see “Life As A New Mom, Summed Up In A Cartoon” at Huffington Post Parents. [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

A Conversation With Art Spiegelman (Boston Globe cartoon)

Click to see the rest of the cartoon. Or click here to see the cartoon at the Boston Globe.

Casinos in Massachusetts (Boston Globe Cartoon)

Click to see the rest of the cartoon at the Boston Globe, or here.