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Rethinking Kennedy’s Camelot

In the years following the death of President Kennedy, many people often spoke of his presidency as an idyllic time. They dubbed those pre-assassination days as “Camelot,” a noble, idyllic but ultimately doomed kingdom. ... More

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Gershwin composing "Rhapsody in Blue" in an illustrated for the John Hancock insurance company in 1958.
The Birth of ‘Rhapsody in Blue’

On the 90th anniversary of Gershwin's masterpiece, it’s hard to believe that it was created so haphazardly–composed in one month, not even complete, with just... More

The Beatles wave to fans after arriving at Kennedy Airport on February 7, 1964. Source: United Press International, photographer unknown
Why Early Critics Hated the Beatles

With an unusual sound, seemingly unearned fame, and abnormally long hair, the Beatles represented everything that critics hated about the entire rock 'n' roll genre.... More

Official White House photo of President Kennedy in the Oval Office.
Why Kennedy Still Matters

The 35th president completed only three years of his term and left behind a pile of unfinished projects and unraveling plans. Yet Americans consistently rank... More

Norman Rockwell © 1963 SEPS
John F. Kennedy, In Memoriam

As an entire country lay in mourning in 1963, the Post released a special tribute issue to the fallen president just weeks after his death.... More

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Looking Back at JFK

Archival photos from The Saturday Evening Post: From Kennedy’s campaign for the presidency to his death.... More

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The End of Dot and Dash?

In its day, it made an even greater impact on America than the Internet. But now the telegraph is about to pass into history.... More

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