Cover Art By: Jody Hewgill
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Read the prize-winning fiction from The Saturday Evening Post 2013 Great American Fiction Contest winner and runners-up.
Losing the car keys. Saying the wrong name. Missing an intended exit. Understanding how the mind works can help us avoid making (most of!) those embarrassing goofs.
Odd and fascinating facts about our vice presidents.
A selective view of some who were No. 2 in more ways than one.
The desert is all sharp edges and oven heat and bad intentions. But a few basic guidelines can make it feel like home.
Although the state also has plenty of forest, one way or another, desert stretches from end to end in Arizona. Here are a couple ways to enjoy it.
I liked snow as a kid because it got me out of school. I like it now because it gets me out of work.
Want portability and convenience? One of the new breed of mini tablets might be just what you need.
Despite the noblest of intentions, America has become the world’s superpower of incarceration.
As he plucked the unconscious child from the blazing inferno, little did he know that his gift of life would be repaid 20 years later.
Mandatory military service, reviled in the Vietnam era, serves a larger social purpose, according to some.
As scientists find more medical conditions that respond to placebos just as well as to drugs and even surgery, they are gaining a healthy respect for the mind’s amazing ability to heal.
As she joins the cast of Downton Abbey, the actor and sometime mystic speaks of love, laughter … and when to quit yoga.
This take on tomato soup uses ripe, roasted tomatoes for a sweet, rich flavor. Add a tasty grilled cheese sandwich for a winning combination!
Use these simple, colorful gift tags and save yourself the expense of all those sticker tags!
Invest in these homemade ornaments instead of the store bought variety and you’ll have cute decorations that are useable year-round.
Make your greeting cards more lively with this cute and colorful design.
Use these felt and string cake toppers to dress up even the simplest of desserts.
Kick your typical pot of chowder up a notch with this nutrient-rich, easy-to-make recipe.
String these felt hearts together for whimsical decorations that you can hang outside or anywhere around your home.
Congratulations to James Carpenter our Sept/Oct 2012 Limerick Laughs Contest Winner!
We’ve got six heart-shaped craft projects—just in time for Valentine’s Day.
These photo props are a wallet-friendly way to dress up your home photos for Valentine’s Day and throughout the year.
Try these tasty soup recipes to warm you up and take the bite out of a chilly winter day.
This healthy take on traditional bean soup with chunks of ham will warm you right down to your bones.
As Jim tries to identify with the Yellowstone wolf trackers, both he and his wife have an awakening that changes their lives forever.
Straight from Chef Emeril’s childhood memories, this twist on caldo verde uses crispy kale for added texture.