"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz knew the real-life Charlie Brown, and other things that might surprise you about the popular comic strip.
By Alexandra Hall, Eric Osman
New York's Museum of Modern Art celebrates forty years of creations by sculptor Richard Serra, who designs and builds large pieces often made of steel. The NewsHour reports on the artists and his large body of work.
The last daily "Peanuts" comic strip ran in newspapers today. Creator Charles Schulz, 77, retired after he was diagnosed with colon cancer. He had written the strip for nearly 50 years. Terence Smith leads a farewell to Charlie Brown and…
By PBS NewsHour
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