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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 16
Catch up on the latest at The Saturday Evening Post with our Week in Review. Topics include: • Remembering Stan Lee • 10 Other Topics for Thanksgiving Dinner • Abandoned Brands Finding New Life
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 16
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: On this day in 1907 Oklahoma became our 46th state. This November 9, 1946 cover was painted by Mead Schaeffer. More on Oklahoma:
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Jeff Fleischer Nov 16
Since it's , one from the archive. "The Oracle's Curse" in , from summer 2017.
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 16
CLASSIC COVER: This cover is from our November 18, 1961 issue. More covers:
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 16
In the latest “News of the Week,” Oprah does your shopping, a certain mouse becomes a nonagenarian, and psychopaths crank up the holiday tunes.
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 16
FROM THE MAGAZINE: Bill Newcott’s latest flick picks in “Seriously Good Films” cover conniving politicians, tumultuous tours, and holiday addictions.
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SamanthaDunn Nov 15
Wow, this is an amazing historical resource: The Saturday Evening Post puts its entire archive online, dating back to 1821.
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Ken Budd Nov 15
Be a doer, not a watcher. Great advice from Warren Stortroen, who has volunteered 100+ times with . He's the subject of my latest "Everyday Heroes" piece in !
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 15
FROM THE MAGAZINE: At 86, Warren Stortroen has become a globe-trotting volunteer and stalwart of the environmental organization .
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 15
On this day in 1956 Elvis Presley made his movie debut in the film Love Me Tender. More Elvis:
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 15
Trying to avoid political discussions with your family this Thanksgiving? It might be a good time to talk turkey, literally.
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 15
In 1939 Mary Roberts Rinehart gave Post readers a glimpse into the stress, self-doubt, and unrelenting motivation that defined and encompassed her writing career.
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Richard Brownell Nov 14
Political Violence, bombs in the mail. Things were worse 100 years ago.
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 14
They say you should never talk about politics and religion at holiday dinners. We agree. That’s why we’ve provided a list of other conversational options.
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 14
FROM THE ARCHIVE: This story is from our February 2, 1963 issue. It shares the story of a journalist and the aftermath of the Bay of Pigs. Saturday Evening Post members can read the full article in our online archive:
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 14
CLASSIC CARTOON: This cartoon is from our May/June 1996 issue. More cartoons:
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 14
In the 1880s, Lydia Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound eased monthly woes using herbal remedies… and a heavy dose of alcohol.
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 14
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The Saturday Evening Post Nov 13
CLASSIC FICTION: In Henry Milner Rideout’s 1920 short story “The Toad,” a cosmopolitan traveler falls for a farmgirl in a rural community that tests his ego and his ability to blend in with their pastoral life.
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