Washington Post relationship cartoonist Nick Galifianakis returns to Washington just in time for Valentine's day, with an appearance at Politics & Prose. He's speaking about If You Loved Me You'd Think This Was Cute, his new collection of cartoons drawn from his illustrations for his ex-wife Carolyn Hax's advice column, which appears in the Post. Galifianakis will [...]
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Other papers may pick what they think were the best cartoons of the year. Here at the City Paper, we're doing it differently. We've asked some local cartoonists to pick their favorite piece that they made over the past year and share it with us.
David Hagen was first to respond:
He says: "For some reason I [...]
Nick Galifianakis began editorial cartooning for USA Today in 1992. Following that, he worked with then-wife Carolyn Hax to create the advice column ‘Tell Me About It" (now simply “Carolyn Hax”) in 1997 for The Washington Post. The column and cartoon are now syndicated. An exhibit of his cartoon prints is currently on display in [...]