Cover Art By: Kagan McLeod
Featured in this Issue
Science was once thought to be the rival of religion. But it is precisely the impact of technology that is driving Americans toward a deeply personal, spiritual faith.
Here’s a toast to the criminal spammer who unknowingly reunited two friends.
Sure, a small tablet is easy to carry. But if you’re looking for a slate that can substitute for—or replace—a conventional laptop, consider going large.
Join the dance party at Duffy’s Bar and Grill. New humor!
Whimsical bird feeders of recycled glassware add a pop of fun and function to your summer landscape.
There’s no cure yet for the pesky skin problem, but these home remedies may be worth adding to your doctor’s recommended treatment plan.
Tweet more, weigh less? A supportive social network—online or in the office—can help you achieve individual diet goals.
Revitalized industrial districts are suddenly hot. Here’s where to go and what to look for in seven major cities.
Congratulations to Philip Lindal our March/April 2013 Limerick Laughs Contest Winner!
The “youth movement” isn’t just a Hollywood phenomenon. It seems everywhere you turn someone is getting a facelift, an eyelift, or Botox injections. Post offers suggestions for naturally freshening up one’s face.
Sister sues sibling due to broken lottery contract. Here’s what the judge had to say.
Amazing new “smart” prosthetic devices are changing the lives of amputees.
After making a promise to her dying sister, a woman dedicates her life to brighten the looks—and attitudes—of cancer patients.
A July Fourth fireworks display never loses its luster—but one can have too much of a good thing.
Ready, set, go! Enjoy a summer getaway with free travel apps that help with the planning.
Mary Doyle Keefe was a 19-year-old phone operator in Arlington, Vermont, when Rockwell called and asked if she wouldn’t mind posing for the soon-to-be iconic cover. Read the Post’s 2013 interview with Mary, who passed away this week at age 92.
The iconic game show host now devotes his energies to animal rights.
Calling all grillers! It’s time to take it to the next level. Discover the six essential rules of the grill, mouth-watering recipes from celebrity chefs, and the primer on open-fire cooking.
Since the days of our founding fathers, American presidents have been enriching our language with novel words, phrases, and concepts that we all now take for granted.
Despite the easy flow of water from our sinks, showers, and garden hoses, in many parts of the country water is becoming dangerously scarce. We need to stop thinking of this precious life-giving substance as cheap and infinite.
Acclaimed actress (and action hero!) dishes on guns, nude scenes, and her not-so-secret crush on Bruce Willis.
The fortunate in this country carry on as ever before, blind to the suffering of the millions who struggle endlessly with poor health coverage, weak job choices, and chronic debt.
Tone your abs for summer with this simple core-crunching exercise.
An anthropology professor at Standford University examines how American Evangelical Christians experience a tangible, interactive God through prayer.
Trendy art districts in long ago abandoned manufacturing hubs bring festivals, galleries, and tourists to these newly popular areas in major U.S. cities.
The Post touches on the growing financial struggle of the middle class in these four archival pieces from 1934 to 1952–and it sounds a lot like 2013.
Four easy exercises to duck “swimmer’s shoulder” and keep you paddling in the pool.
Grilled spears drizzled with olive oil, hot sauce, and a little grated Parmesan from Seaver’s new book Where There’s Smoke: Simple, Sustainable, Delicious Grilling.
A steak so aromatic, you can smell the garlic in the marinade the instant it hits the grill. And ripe mango puree flavors the savory steak sauce.
This healthy grilled meal is not only made with just five ingredients, it also cooks from start to finish in just 15 minutes.