04/23/14 7:00am
04/23/2014 7:00 AM
Artist Don Duga with his sketchbook. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Artist Don Duga with his sketchbook. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

The Old Town Arts & Crafts Guild presents “Smile,” a collection of work from world renowned cartoonists. The display can be seen at the Cutchogue gallery on Main Road.

Some of the cartoonists featured include Don Duga, creator of “Frosty the Snowman,” and Van Howell, who produced more than 700 illustrations for newspapers like the New York Times, Newsday and The Wall Street Journal. (more…)

12/23/13 12:00pm
12/23/2013 12:00 PM

Each week, the Times/Review editorial pages feature a cartoon from Shelter Island artist Peter Waldner. Below are some of his Paw Print cartoons we ran in 2013.

A few appear as they were published in the Shelter Island Reporter and the Riverhead News-Review, and not necessarily The Suffolk Times.

This is the year in cartoons:

PUBLISHED JAN. 10, 2013

PUBLISHED JAN. 10, 2013

PUBLISHED JAN. 31, 2013

PUBLISHED JAN. 31, 2013

PUBLISHED FEB. 28, 2013

PUBLISHED FEB. 28, 2013

PUBLISHED MAY 2, 2013

PUBLISHED MAY 2, 2013

PUBLISHED JUNE 27, 2013

PUBLISHED JUNE 27, 2013

PUBLISHED JULY 11, 2013

PUBLISHED JULY 11, 2013

PUBLISHED AUG. 1, 2013

PUBLISHED AUG. 1, 2013

PUBLISHED OCT. 24, 2013

PUBLISHED OCT. 24, 2013

10/31/13 6:00am
10/31/2013 6:00 AM

PETER WALDNER CARTOON

To the editor:

Whatever happened to the cute cartoons each week from Peter Waldner? I was upset to see that he had to get some political digs into this week’s cartoon. In fact, I think The Suffolk Times is no longer the hometown newspaper that I started to read many years ago. It seems to be trying to get into politics outside of our local elections.

If I want to see such political cartoons, I can buy the big-time newspapers. I just want to find out what is going on locally, not in Washington, D.C. I hear enough of that on the news each night.

My advice to Peter is, keep it cute … not political.

Elizabeth Fletcher, Mattituck

To the editor:

The Oct. 24 cartoon displayed “frightening” Halloween masks. One of the masks is that of Senator Ted Cruz. Now, I am sure that this mask will frighten a “few,” who are also frightened of the truth. However the rest of us will react as they did in Amarillo, with an eight-minute standing ovation for the truth being told by Senator Cruz.

Louis Williams, Southold

To read more letters to the editor, pick up a copy of this week’s Suffolk Times on newsstands or click on the E-Paper.

12/27/12 7:59am
12/27/2012 7:59 AM

Each week, the Times/Review editorial pages feature a cartoon from Shelter Island artist Peter Waldner. Below are all 52 cartoons we ran in 2012 in order from the first one on Jan.5 to the most recent one published Dec. 20.

Some appear as they were published in the Shelter Island Reporter and the Riverhead News-Review, and not necessarily The Suffolk Times.

This is the year in cartoons: