Inside the March/April 2014 Issue of The Saturday Evening Post

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March/April 2014 cover of <em>The Saturday Evening Post</em>. © SEPS 2014

Cover Story: Mad Men
Page 44, By Jeanne Wolf
As season seven—the final season—was about to get under way, legendary Hollywood reporter Jeanne Wolf asked the cast how they’ve grown and why fans project so much love and hate on their characters. Plus, the magazine presents a look back at the “new” look of vintage ’60s-era art and advertising from the pages of The Saturday Evening Post.

Pure American Spirit!
Page 58, By Todd Pitock
On the heels of a surge in whiskey and bourbon popularity, the Post tours the Whiskey Trail from Mount Vernon to Bardstown, Ky., rediscovering its rich heritage and deep roots in our nation’s history along the way.

Lindbergh Reexamined
Page 62, By Lynne Olson
A national hero in the ’20s, the aviator became a pariah in the ’30s for his Nazi sympathies. As World War II loomed, the U.S. Army Air Forces needed his expertise. But could he be trusted?

The Mid-Career Job Swap
Page 64, By Doug Donaldson
More and more Americans are switching jobs to pursue lifelong passions, better their economic future or simply to find their true callings. Learn how.

Money: Don’t Get Scammed!
Page 36, By Russell Wild
Preying on investors is surprisingly common. FINRA’s research suggests one in 10 people lose significant amounts of money via fraud. The Post shares six signs of investment fraud.

Tech: Never Forget a Password
Page 38, By Jeff Bertolucci
The Post explores new apps that help you save and safely store all your sensitive data in one place.

Food: A Real Italian Meal
Page 32, By Mary Ann Esposito
Savor the flavors and aromas of treasured family recipes from the host of Ciao Italia, America’s longest-running cooking show.

Fiction: Silas
Page 72, By Nathan Poole
In this month’s short story, a young farm boy harbors a secret obsession.

About The Saturday Evening Post: For nearly 300 years, The Saturday Evening Post has chronicled American history in the making—reflecting the distinctive characteristics and values that define the American way. Today’s Post continues the grand tradition of providing art, entertainment and information in a stimulating mix of idea-driven features, cutting-edge health and medical trends—plus fiction, humor, and laugh-out-loud cartoons. A key feature is the Post Perspective, which brings historical context to current issues and hot topics such as health care, religious freedom, education, and more.

Tracing its roots to Benjamin Franklin, The Saturday Evening Post mirrors cherished American ideals and values, most memorably illustrated by its iconic cover artist Norman Rockwell. The Post is also known for publishing such literary greats as Ray Bradbury, Agatha Christie, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Edgar Allan Poe, J.D. Salinger, and Kurt Vonnegut, and continues to seek out and discover emerging writers of the 21st century.

Headquartered in Indianapolis, the Post is a publication of the nonprofit Saturday Evening Post Society, which also publishes the award-winning youth magazines Humpty Dumpty and Jack and Jill.

“As the nation changed, the Post changed, but it looks to its past as a fertile ground for its future” – Starkey Flythe, Jr, Former Post Executive Editor