Cover Art By: Ed Sandoval
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For nearly 70 years, they’ve been scaring up chills and laughs.
From the Cat Jump Scare to the Final Girl, here are some frightfully familiar horror staples.
In this edition of Logophile, enjoy some bird name word play.
Knock the marble out of the circle and it’s yours!
Harry S. Truman’s last days in office were marked by his prickly relationship with successor Dwight D. Eisenhower.
We’re not going anywhere, Jordan said. Not in 2 years, or 20. We’re just going to hang around forever enjoying our pleasure palace.
With America weeks away from a nuclear standoff with the Russians, a Post writer quizzed more than 500 Americans about the future.
“Sex is a state of mind.”
50 years ago, producer Gene Reynolds and writer Larry Gelbart set out to create something more than “just a little comedy show.” Television would never be the same.
Over 100 years before Americans started spending their days hunched over smartphones, a Post author saw a similar habit developing.
Two women launched a massive movement to promote giving and protect the Earth.
Bend, twist, and move better all day with these basic moves.
It sometimes seems the times are a-changin’ at the speed of a lurid celebrity rumor.
When a loved one is dying, it’s vital to find the courage to say, ‘I love you and good-bye.’
The general said: “I don’t worry much when Stewart’s leading,” thus voicing what others in England thought of the movie star who had a way of hitting the target, bringing his crews back alive.
When my career came to an abrupt end, volunteering gave my life new meaning.
A surprising report explains what it takes to push forward in the face of discouragement — and even instill that confidence in other people.
September finds our columnist in a cranky mood, what with leaf-raking duties and a long line of gray Indiana days lumbering into view.
Hollywood’s Scream Queen is more interested in caring than scaring.