Cover Art By: Jody Hewgill
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Beneath the seemingly carefree luxury-hotel-on-the-water experience lurk some very real dangers.
The sad-eyed actor, never a star, has been in more movies—playing drifters, killers, or thieves—than you can probably count.
Four simple steps for keeping this devastating illness at bay—even for those at greatest risk.
When Jennifer Latham was severely injured in a car accident, her health insurance company threatened to rescind her policy. Find out how the court ruled in this issue’s “You Be the Judge.”
The versatile comedian—and former science nerd—Lisa Kudrow talks school bullies, reality TV, and life after Friends. (Illustration by Jody Hewgill.)
To create authenticity for the painting Christmas Homecoming, Norman Rockwell used family members, colleagues, and good friends as models.
Those itty-bitty books you see at checkout counters started as novelty items but are fast becoming a serious business.
Why gift giving is a lousy way to demonstrate love—at least according to economists.
Four years after an accident forced Penny to skip a special autumn ritual, she returns to the park bench that brought the promise of first love.
Nine gadgets for the techie that’s close to your heart. Note to the frugal: Plenty of choices for less than $50!
Scientists research measuring breath acetone—which often presents a fruit-like odor—as a new way to detect and monitor type 2 diabetes without needles.
In an effort to help the homeless in their town of Burlington, Vermont, three caring businesswomen baked their charity program, “Cookies for Good,” into life.
Call it dressing, call it stuffing, just don’t call us late to the table when you serve this delicious dish by Top Chef Masters star Curtis Stone!
Banana bread is the perfect thing to have on standby for guests who pop in. This recipe is full of walnuts to give the bread an extra burst of toasty flavor!
Avoid dry turkey this holiday season with this recipe from chef Curtis Stone, which calls for soaking your bird in a lemon-and-herb-flavored brine to add moisture.
Humorist William Jeanes gives his best tip for rock-solid writing: avoid clichés like the plague.
In the modern world, we’ve let complexity get the best of us. Here’s why the easy way is often the smarter way.
Where there’s sports, there’s gambling. And where there is gambling, frequently there is corruption. What can be done to clean up college athletics?
In 1963, the Post ran an exposé that charged two college coaches of fixing a football game.
Congratulations to The Saturday Evening Post July/August 2013 Limerick Laughs winner and runners-up!