• Eugene Iverd

    Cover Artists

    Eugene Iverd

    Born George Melvin Erickson, this cover artist used the brush name “Eugene Iverd” as an American Illustrator during the Golden Age of illustration.

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  • The Piano Man

    The Dating Project

    The Piano Man

    This week’s Dating Project: A date in a storied hotel bar, full of gilt, charm, and old New York glamour …

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  • Young collegians gyrate through the "Twist", America's newest dance craze, in 1961.

    Post Perspective

    Was Young America Too Nice in 1961?

    America’s youth were everything their parents wanted in the early ’60s —and that worried pollsters.

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  • The Lovely Kisselthwist

    Contemporary Fiction

    The Lovely Kisselthwist

    In this unusual love story by Karen Heuler, two inspectors encounter the mysterious Kisselthwist, neither an insect nor a spider, and unknowingly bring the bug back to the city.

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  • News of the Week: Caffeine, Cologne, and Charity Fights

    Post Week in Review

    News of the Week: Caffeine, Cologne, and Charity Fights

    The caffeine industry spurs conversations about health and race; American authors influence perfume; and a politician-turned-pugilist will box to help the world’s vision impaired.

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Post Week in Review

News of the Week: Caffeine, Cologne, and Charity Fights

The caffeine industry spurs conversations about health and race; American authors influence perfume; and a politician-turned-pugilist will box to help the world’s vision impaired.

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Eugene Iverd

Born George Melvin Erickson, this cover artist used the brush name “Eugene Iverd” as an American Illustrator during the Golden Age of illustration.... More

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The Moon Man Down the Street

Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, the sixth human to walk the moon’s surface, is an unassuming Florida retiree concerned about our planet’s future.... More