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MoCCA Fest is the tumultuous annual spring gathering of cartoonists with all their colorful plumage on display, at the Lexington Armory in Manhattan, this weekend, April 9 -10. I’ll be among them, displaying my “feathers”, some old and some new, at table F17 ½. Come and take a look. Hopefully you won’t need binoculars to find me.
MoCCA Fest 2011! A Fundraiser for the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art-MoCCA, Saturday April 9th and Sunday April 10th 11am-6p At the Lexington Avenue Armory 68 Lexington Ave (Between 25th &26th Streets) New York City
Table F17 1/2.
Stop by and show your love!
Touch Liora’s palm and she’ll explain everything about being a mom/self-publisher/photographer/wife while still staying sane.
In 1992, I created this 20 page pamphlet to explain my daughter’s bat mitzvah ceremony to our Jewish and non-Jewish guests . In 1995, after my son’s bar mitzvah, with more writing by Rabbi Samuel Barth, I published it with Behrman House. They make it possible for everyone to customize it for their own bat and bar mitzvahs. It’s still selling. Amazing! Todah Rebah!