Cover Art By: Debra LePage
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Millions of revelers see New Year’s Eve as a perfect opportunity to party like they know they shouldn’t.
Personal camcorders were still new to Americans of 1985. The Post suggested how to make the most out of your new VCR during the holidays.
A classic stick-to-your-ribs beef stew always hits the mark on a chilly fall evening.
In this December 8, 1962, interview, the director noted that he was respected in America less than anywhere else.
Consumers and couturiers are turning to “circular fashion” — a growing trend in refreshing our wardrobes and producing new garments in more planet-friendly ways.
The battery-powered light we know as a flashlight earned its name by not working very well.
Target muscles in the front, side, and back of your shoulders with this anti-aging arm exercise. All you need is a pair of hand weights.
This year, I am grateful I am not hosting the family feast.
What would the holidays be without the trials of traveling? Fortunately, the Post has found ways to sate wanderlust while checking off your gift list at the same time.
After building a nationwide empire of award-winning restaurants, chef José Andrés turned his attention to feeding those hit by disaster.
Investing in young families is good business, says a former Fortune 500 company CEO.
“It’s uncanny, Henry. It’s absolutely spooky. It hears my thoughts and answers them.”
We humans have created marvels and horrors in equal measure.
Put your fashion vocabulary to the test with this short word quiz.
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 season.
A record setting baseball and a scuffle for control, how would you decide?
Does the size of your dog affect how long he will live?
‘Norman Rockwell Visits a Family Doctor’ portrays the intimate relationship between doctor, patient, and family.
Enjoy this warm, delicious, and spicy treat on a cold day.
In this era of video games and social media, model trains just may be the hot new hobby.
One software test engineer thought building a crossword seemed impossible until he did it.
There are a lot of f-words in Tim Allen’s life: family, faith, fat-suit … and that other one.