Cartoon becomes `Slice' of Lifetime

July 1998
Editor & Publisher;07/25/98, Vol. 131 Issue 30, p37
Trade Publication
Announces the appearance of the weekly cartoon `A Slice of Life,' on the Lifetime cable network's Web site. Background on the cartoon.


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