Cover Art By: George Hughes
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Why compound the misery of a tooth extraction by throwing an attendance penalty on top of it?
These simple stretches target often-neglected hands and wrists and can help golfers and others improve strength and flexibility.
In a 1947 article, a general practitioner explains why the traditional family doctor was disappearing from America.
Small-town America was emptying in the 1920s as young people left the countryside for big-city opportunities. The Post editors warned they’d have a better chance for success at home.
The model introduced in this 1913 ad proudly claimed to be the first motorcycle with a kick-starter.
Every month, Amazon staffers sift through hundreds of new books searching for gems. Here’s what Amazon senior editor Al Woodworth chose especially for Post readers this summer.
Traditionally, housekeeping and childbearing were considered the responsibility of wives and mothers. But in a 1947 article, a woman writer expressed discontent with the arrangement.
Ah, the joy of riding a bike, except when hills come in to play.
Even the great Clark Gable had doubts about his ability to pull off certain roles.
Put your vocabulary to the test with this short word quiz.
Eight years after her son’s suicide, a cross-country train ride offered this grieving mom a return to the world of the living.
False information has reached a crescendo, but it’s hardly a new phenomenon. Fake American journalism is older than the country itself.
In Solitaire, Rockwell strikes a balance between empathy for the traveling salesman and admiration for his unsung heroism.
Will farmer Ptolemy Proudfoot muster the nerve to court the local school teacher, Miss Minnie?
Returning to the town of his youth, a writer finds that much has changed — both in the town and in himself.
You’ll love this classic south-of-the-border fare — full of flavor and guaranteed to please!
When we inundate our brain with too much information, it simply slows down.
This recipe is a snack for some, a meal for others, a delicious treat for all.
Many of Hollywood’s greatest films began life as short stories, and many of America’s greatest short stories first appeared in the Post. Here are 12 movies that jumped from our pages to the big screen.
Can they stay relevant in the age of #MeToo?
Acting is in his blood, but so is his resistance to it.