Readers may well wonder what this flier is all about; it is a departure from our usual traveling exhibitions. This exhibition, Lucy Van Pelt: Director of Everything, exhibited in the […]
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I spent a recent Friday doing what many of you have probably found yourselves doing during the past year—attending a virtual board meeting. It makes for a long day, pinned to […]
It has been a long time without visitors, and although we have managed to get a lot of work done, it is a great pleasure to see the Museum come […]
It always comes as a shock when I hear of someone’s passing—especially if my memories are mostly of the person with Sparky, whose passing was itself 20 years ago. So […]
Well, the Schulz Museum isn’t letting grass grow under its feet—though there may be a little sawdust underfoot if you head upstairs to the Education Room. Recent renovations have been […]
I have been lucky these past few years. Though Sparky has been gone for many of them and the house we shared together for 20 years was lost in a […]
What if we gave a party and no one came? In person, that is! This might be what it would look like. But never fear, our annual New Year’s Eve […]
Sparky once told me that his birthday fell on Thanksgiving every four years. I didn’t believe it and said something to that effect. He asked me why I would question […]
A new book of Bill Mauldin’s cartoons, Drawing Fire: The Editorial Cartoons of Bill Mauldin, has just been published by the Pritzker Military Museum & Library. Mauldin’s cartoons offer a […]
On Saturday, October 10, at around Noon, ten or so CAL FIRE trucks appeared in the Museum parking lot. I also noticed several uniformed Fire Department personnel milling around the […]