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Honoring Our Heroes

An article from The Saturday Evening Post archive honoring U.S. soldiers on Memorial Day.... More

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Mane Distraction

The injustice of being cursed for a lifetime with hair that would never quite behave.... More

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Try, Try Again

Carl Miller’s lifelong dream was to be a commercial fisherman. And he wasn’t about to let a little thing like being paralyzed stop him from... More

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The Colorado Experiment

At the start of 2014, the state made history by becoming the first in the nation to sell recreational marijuana. Are we witnessing the beginning... More

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3 Questions for Dee Dee Wood

The legendary choreographer for Mary Poppins recalls meeting Walt Disney, teaching Dick Van Dyke his first dance moves, and more.... More

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The Moon Man Down the Street

In 2015, we interviewed astronaut Edgar Mitchell, who passed away on February 4, 2016, a day before the 45th anniversary of his moon landing. Here,... More

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Beach Wars

Who owns America’s coastlines? How much access does the public deserve? Communities from California to Maine are struggling with these issues, which are rooted in... More

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Love Letters

Forget the convenience of email. In matters of the heart, only a handwritten letter will do. ... More

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A Blessed Christmas

Celebrating the sights, sounds, smells, and joys of the holiday season in small-town America. ... More

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Why Veterans Hurt

What’s tough on veterans isn’t remembering what was bad, it’s missing what was good... More

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Homeless Pets Fly to Safety

With the help of a volunteer pilot, a one-eyed Chihuahua and dozens of other homeless pets have flown across the U.S. to loving homes... More

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