b'The History of Political CartoonsBy Win Reber April 18, 2 p.m.(Ashcroft movie theater) Its said the history of political cartoons is actually a history of civilization, albeit in judgmental, often one-sided drawings or cartoons. These editorials, boiled down to a single artwork, are meant toexaggerate, educate, spark debate and, in many cases, conflict. Humor is in the eye of the beholder. One thing is clear, however . the cartoonists point of view and judgement. And in todays highly polarized world, the resulting engagement and dialogue seems to only further the celebrity of these political curators. Join us as we cheer the heroes and boo the villains . both Red and Blue.1950s Baseball: Ballparks, Players & HighlightsBy Joe DittmarApril 26, 2 p.m. (Bradford movie theater) The names alone set the stage for this look at what is referred to as the Golden Decade ofBaseball . with greats like Willie Mays, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, Hank Aaron and Whitey Ford. In fact, nineteen Hall of Fame players made their major league debut in this era. It was a time when New York teams dominated World Series play, integration spread in earnest and bonus (amateur) babies were born. The leagues focus on reviving attendance and maximizing dollars led to more franchise shifts and lucrative TV contracts. Grab your seat. Its time to play ball! 45'