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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 21
Contrary to prior psychology, a new, giant study gives optimistic findings about confidence in old age.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 21
In honor of the winning their first game since 2016, we thought we would share this article we found in our archives. Long before baker Mayfield, The Saturday Evening Post ran this profile on Cleveland Browns quarterback Otto Graham. The article is from December 1, 1951.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 21
Stephen King, Bill Murray, H.G. Wells, and 8 other friends have birthdays today! Is their fame part of a pattern of synchronicity?
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 21
MOVIE REVIEW: Bill Newcott reviews what is likely Robert Redford’s last movie, The Old Man and The Gun, including an interview with director David Lowery. He also looks at the documentary, Love, Gilda, and exhaustive boxed set Sid Caesar: The Works.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 21
CLASSIC COVER: This cover is from our December 5, 1959 issue. It was painted by Constantin Alajalov.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 21
In the latest “News of the Week,” you’ll find mail-order trees, magic flying nannies, deceptive candy, and a defense of Pluto.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 21
Americans have a great work ethic, but is it enough to get ahead in today’s market?
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 20
FROM THE MAGAZINE: In the latest case of You Be the Judge, a family takes Yahoo to task over a dead man’s email account. Who do you believe was in the right
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 20
The word “hippopotamus” is descriptive of the animal it names, but it might not be the best name for the third largest land animal on Earth. IF we were going to rename the hippo, what would you call it and why?
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 20
FROM THE MAGAZINE: A profitable though often contradictory industry has sprouted up around the idea of “healthy aging,” as so-called experts claim they can add years to your life.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 20
On this day in 1973 Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs in the "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match. While searching our archives, we found this article written by King where she shares her secrets for winning tennis. The article is from our March 1, 1975 issue.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 20
HORROR WRITERS! The Post wants to publish your best ghost stories this Halloween season. Submission guidelines found at Include “Halloween Fiction” as the subject to jump to the front of the line.
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For , I wrote for the on histories of anti-Semitism and Jewish American activism!
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 19
As anti-Semitism became more widespread in America, so did Jewish American activism.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 19
CLASSIC CARTOON: This cartoon is from our December 11, 1943 issue.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 19
NORTH COUNTRY GIRL: Gay goes to the Consumer Electronics Show, where she meets a guy with the ridiculous notion that people will buy computers for their homes.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 19
FROM THE MAGAZINE: A new generation of history lovers across the country are finding fresh ways to keep city heritage alive.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 18
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 18
If needs some help picking an album cover, we have a few suggestions.
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The Saturday Evening Post Sep 18
In a recent study, a popular pain reliever was associated with the highest risk for causing adverse cardiovascular outcomes.
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