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Start Your Saturdays Right

I have always had a soft spot for the classics. The Beatles, Chuck Taylors, recessions – some things just never go out of style. The State Theater is bringing back their Saturday Morning Cartoon series, celebrating classic cartoons. This year the series is being held in honor of the late Mayor Bill Welch.

What better way to recover from your Friday night than spending a morning with Bugs Bunny and co. While some of you may prefer the golden era of 1990s Nicktoons, even they can’t compete with the hilarity and violence of the earlier era in my book.

The FREE series will run every Saturday this month at 10 a.m., and will feature a different lineup of cartoons each day. Just remember, there will be kids present and the cereal is not provided.

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Nick Johnson

Nick is a junior majoring in IST (the Internet) and CAS (saying things). He hopes to one day get paid to do this, but for now he is willing to do it for the fame. Besides writing for Onward State, he also puts things on the Internet here.

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