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The New Marilyn Monroe

In 1956, Post editor Pete Martin wrote a surprisingly candid report on the Hollywood icon. He reveals things about the phenomenal blonde that even Marilyn... More

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Damming the Parks

In 1950, a Pulitzer Prize–winning historian warned the American people to keep an eye on the Bureau of Reclamation’s Colorado River Project, which proposed a... More

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National Park To-Do List

Planning a trip to the national parks? Here are just a few of the thousands of fun activities you can take part in.... More

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The Steam-Powered Robot of 1868

Zadoc Dederick’s steam-powered man from 1868 is a real-life example of the steampunk lifestyle and another case of true life inspiring science fiction.... More

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Fiction by Dalton Trumbo

Rooting for Bryan Cranston for the Oscar win? Before settling in to watch the 2016 Academy Awards, brush up on fiction by Dalton Trumbo (played... More

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Contrarian View: America the Smug

The views expressed here do not represent the opinions of The Saturday Evening Post. Dear Reader: In an election year, one hears many disparate views.... More

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Planning Your Leap Day

To find out how to make this leap day more than just another Monday, we found inspiration from Post humorist Parke Cummings, who laid out... More

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Leap Year Logic

Leap day comes round every four years (well, almost). Find out the tricks to knowing which years evenly divisible by four won’t leap. ... More

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