Cover Art By: Elizabeth Jose
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For a truly magical Christmas, you just need snow, a Flexible Flyer, and a few shovelfuls of genuine reindeer droppings.
Here’s a bright idea! Let’s help families burdened with lots of kids offload a few to childless couples for the holidays.
Many Americans are reluctant to talk about how much they make. Does it have to be that way?
Paul Caccamo’s nonprofit trains young adults to be athletic coaches as well as role models and mentors in low-income communities.
The resurrection of nearly forgotten tribal recipes has created a culinary renaissance in Canada, with the U.S. not far behind.
Are your pets safe around these plants?
Improve your strength, balance, and agility with a little shadowboxing.
As the year winds down and the air gets colder, here are ten books you can bundle up with.
It’s only natural to ruminate over our shortcomings, our failures, even our bad luck — but we can counteract the lure of the dark side by focusing on our blessings.
Spice up the traditional Thanksgiving feast with tips from our celebrity chef.
A woman finds her dog being walked by another owner in this heart-wrenching case.
In 1950, the Post caught up with the great and “exubilant” Jimmy Durante.
We look at whether to blame bad ideas on a hare or hair.
Here’s how to separate the hope from the hype.
When the Post underwent a major redesign in 1961, Norman Rockwell painted a special cover reflecting the publication’s new look and new logo.
The extraordinary success of Georgia State University rests on a simple idea: that if students are good enough to be admitted, they deserve an environment in which they can nurture their talents regardless of personal circumstances.
Elected from Arkansas in 1932, Hattie Caraway was ignored by her peers and hounded by the press.
Those old print photos from decades past retain a magic that digital images can’t replicate.
See how the new disposable Gillettes got the word out in the age of straight razors.
In 1960, the Post took issue with outdated laws that disenfranchised voters.
Consider this recipe as an alternative to cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving.
The master of impersonation gets real about Carson, Reagan, and stand-up comics today.
I kept myself secret. I tiptoed. I used my imagination, and now I’ve been caught.
To this day, a thriving global community of enthusiasts of all stripes — from history buffs to Leonardo DiCaprio fans — continues to passionately study the world’s most famous maritime disaster.