No more driving across town for a great car wash. I like Firehouse, even though they put that weird bag over my rear wiper, which is like a kick-me sign when you're going down the road. Soon, Breeze-Thru won't be so far out of the way.
Many people throughout Northern Colorado love having the ability to grab a delicious donut, and a new location in downtown Fort Collins hopes you'll find some peace and love in their funkadelic creations at their new store!
Last year's Peanuts Movie did the near-impossible and pulled off a successful translation of Charles M. Schulz's iconic style and characters from their native 2-D to CGI. That technical breakthrough was the film's real marquee attraction; the story was just a greatest hits. Structured over an entire year, you got the Red Baron, the Little Red-Haired Girl, the whole deal. Despite the deep melancholy and ennui at the strip's heart, Peanuts is a comic ultimately built on comfort and refuge.
Knowing that, it's easy to see why the new Boomerang/Cartoon Network series, Peanuts, went the route it did. Rather than attempt to modernize or emulate newer shows like Steven Universe or Adventure Time, Peanuts opts for a familiarity that perfectly evokes the feel of the comic strip.