Check out the newest issue of The Saturday Evening Post! Explore the heavens with astronomer Tyler Nordgren, who shot the September/October 2014 cover photo. Discover the scientist’s unbelievable night-sky photography and his efforts to raise awareness of our disappearing constellations in the cover story, “Are We Losing the Stars?” by Todd Pitock.
Cook up comfort with celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern; join humorist Philip Gulley in taking back Halloween; and find out how one of Hollywood’s humblest stars is spending his time after giving up The Tonight Show. Lose yourself in fantastic new fiction, thumb your nose at cable news, and do more with the latest issue of the Post!
Cover photo by Tyler Nordgren.
Are We Losing the Stars?
An astronomer draws attention to the rising threat of light pollution with the help of the U.S. National Park Service and brilliant night-sky photography. ... More
Should You Sue?
When wronged, you have the right to sue. But in today’s strained judicial system, mediation may offer a quicker, cheaper, and more satisfying result. ... More
Jay Leno’s Garage
We sat down with America’s hardest working comedian to talk about cars, fame, and what comes next. ... More
In Sickness and in Health
“When my husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer,” says author Judy Berman, “we fought the illness as a team.” ... More
Fiction: The Day of the Dead
Online on: October 10, 2014
Wayne knew how to handle dogs; people were not so easy.
Why Veterans Hurt
By: Mike Stajura
What’s tough on veterans isn’t remembering what was bad, it’s missing what was good. ... More
The Rockwell Files: Tuning In to WWII
By: Joseph Scales
Online on: September 24, 2014
Rockwell’s portrait of a domestic dad in Armchair General portrays both the older generation’s passionate desire to stay current with war news and its frustrating isolation from the action overseas.
Taking Back Halloween
By: Philip Gulley
Online on: October 22, 2014
Isn’t this holiday supposed to be for kids? Somehow, in our lifetime, parents have taken over and pretty much spoiled everything.
How TV News Plays to Our Darkest Fears
By: Cable Neuhaus
Online on: September 10, 2014
We have descended into the apocalyptic universe of 24-hour cable, where bad news is good news and extremely bad news is the best news of all
By: Patrick Perry
Take comfort food to a new level with celebrity chef and host of Bizarre Foods AmericaAndrew Zimmern. ... More