Tag Archives: holidays


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 his grand plans for leap day in 1952. ... More

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
Angels singing


A father’s plans to document his eldest child’s Christmas performance go awry in this new humorous short story by Bob Waldner. ... More

Holiday Silliness

Just in case you’re on the verge of crumbling under holiday stress this season, these classic covers are sure to lift your spirits. ... More

Santa Claus

Ho, ho, ho! A gallery of Santa covers just for you by two of our most skilled illustrators — J.C. Leyendecker and Norman Rockwell. ... More

Black Friday

The tradition of gift giving is as old as Christmas itself. But, like all traditions, it changes over time. In lieu of Black Friday madness, here’s how gift shopping used to work back in the day. ... More
Boy with axe being chased by turkey

Cousin Reginald

Between 1917 and 1922, Norman Rockwell created a series of covers depicting the misadventures of a city slicker named Reginald Claude Fitzhugh, who repeatedly fell victim to the antics of his country cousins. ... More
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