What makes a cartoon funny? Can a bad caption kill a good drawing? And is the Upper West Side really that stressful? Find out when New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast discusses her art and work. Since the '70s, Chast's frizzy-haired, frazzled characters have cornered the market on workday urban neurosis in hilarious cartoons like "Cab From Hell" (in which there is no sports-talk allowed) and "Sympathy Cards for Everyday Use" (which commiserate over such traumas as a botched Hamptons vacation).
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Added by sfjccarts on August 11, 2008