Catch up on the latest at The Saturday Evening Post with our Week in Review. This week we talk about Stan Lee, conversations for Thanksgiving dinner, and everyone’s favorite breakfast cereal beverage.
In the news for the week ending November 16, 2018, are Spam, Oprah’s favorites, a nonagenarian mouse, Spam, tea that isn’t tea, stuffing that is stuffing, Spam, and more.
Noted film critic Bill Newcott, creator of AARP’s “Movies for Grownups,” offers his picks for favorite films. From the November/December 2018 issue.
This eager volunteer traded business suits for hiking boots to help scientists study the Earth.
Have you ever wondered how a large North American bird and a Middle Eastern country ended up with the same name?
ThanksgivingMore on Thanksgiving
Yes, there was a communal meal, but the Pilgrims’ table looked nothing like the holiday dinner we serve today.
With all the concerns about Christmas — or at least Christmas shopping — intruding on Thanksgiving, maybe it’s time to keep Thanksgiving in its traditional pre-1939 place.
The best way to say “thank you” to your four-legged friends is to follow these helpful tips.
A 1948 Post article questions what we know about the holiday that started as a three-day picnic and Pilgrim sporting event.