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The Saturday Evening Post 12h
Don’t miss this week’s — “A Modicum of Equity” by Julie Watson ():
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The Saturday Evening Post 14h
PODCAST: Catch up on the latest at the Post. Listen to the podcast on your favorite podcasting platform. This week's topics include: • The Hidden Kennedy Powerhouse • Is Sharing Your Dream Healthy • Gen X Movies Lasting Impact • Farting Trolls
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Tri-County Times Feb 21
The final edition of the "Saturday Evening Post" was published 50 years ago, but it was later brought back to life. "In seven years, the company had endured five presidents and four editors and was $67 million in debt."
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The Saturday Evening Post 19h
FROM THE MAGAZINE: Danny Devito talks acting out impulses, lessons learned from family, and going the extra mile for a laugh.
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The Saturday Evening Post 20h
From : With the recent passing of Peter Tork, we wanted to take a look back at The Monkees. The fictional sixties boy band evolved into a musical tour de force.
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The Saturday Evening Post 21h
In the latest “News of the Week,” scout for cookies, see less of Payless, and crack open “that” bottle of wine you’ve been saving.
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The Saturday Evening Post 21h
Did your favorite movie get snubbed by the Oscars? Never fear! They are in excellent company.
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The Saturday Evening Post 21h
CLASSIC COVER: This cover is from our April 30, 1960 issue. It was illustrated by George Hughes. Saturday Evening Post members can view every cover in our online archive:
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 21
Editor ’s latest “In a Word” column looks at the astrological origins of “disaster.”
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Mr Rick’s History Feb 21
US Presidents in the comics to Sometimes the hero, sometimes the villain.
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 21
Our celebrity chef offers a great Italian appetizer that’s easy to make a full of the best flavors of spring.
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 21
FROM THE MAGAZINE: In an era of streaming services and provocative content, nostalgic TV of a bygone era is making a comeback. Don’t touch that dial.
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 21
Follow the strange but true story of a totem pole that traveled from Alaska to the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, to a buggy company, and finally to a leafy neighborhood in Indianapolis.
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 21
On this day in 1965 Malcolm X was assassinated. Months earlier, in our September 12, 1964 issue, this piece by the civil rights leader appeared in The Saturday Evening Post. Saturday Evening Post members can read the full article here:
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 20
An accomplished illustrator, Henry Raleigh led a charmed life filled with celebrities, parties, and wealth. But when times changed, he was unable to change with them.
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 20
CARTOON: This cartoon is from our February 19, 1944. More cartoons:
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 20
PODCAST: How did Saturday Evening Post readers react when Norman Rockwell used a topless mermaid for this cover? Find out on the latest Norman Rockwell Minute. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play.
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 19
In his story “Things,” Sinclair Lewis writes about a Minnesota family’s ascent to great wealth and their resulting materialistic tendencies. Read about social homicide, and needless china on full display in this tale of love-or-money during World War I.
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 19
From : 25 years ago, Reality Bites hit MTV culture and reality TV hard and became touchstone for Generation X. We look back at more of the films that looked in on the lives of that group, from The Breakfast Club to Grosse Point Blank.
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The Saturday Evening Post Feb 19
FROM THE MAGAZINE: Among a family of political icons, Eunice Kennedy Shriver made her own name through her tireless and influential work for the intellectually disabled.
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