Cover Art By: Sandra L. Harris
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In 1948, the Post profiled Victor Borge, a concert pianist turned comedian, which is something entirely different from a comedian imitating a concert pianist.
This December’s lighting of the National Christmas Tree will mark the beginning of a second century of celebration.
Which chew toys are best for your dog?
It’s not wrong to put your long-term health above someone else’s seating chart.
When a member of the U.S. Senate denounced gravy as unhealthy, Post editors wondered where the list of unhealthy foods would end.
Put away those flipflops, get out your hot cocoa, and pull up a comfy chair. It’s time to do some winter reading. Here are some recommendations from Bookshop.org.
This man and his nonprofit harness the power of food to do good by feeding the hungry, cutting food waste, and training chefs.
I’ve wowed audiences around the world by reading minds — and making the impossible possible.
It’s time to take a leap of faith and try something new.
Times change. People change. Fashions change. But the apron endures.
If your home inspector misses something seriously wrong with the house you’re buying, should they be responsible for the expense of the repairs?
What is at the heart of humanity’s undying fascination with extraterrestrial life?
In 1923, an anonymous bootlegger wrote that delivering illegal liquor was a safe but boring job — but it could be expensive if he was stopped by a policeman expecting a bribe.
The star of the fall harvest deserves a spot at your holiday table.
It’s boom time for the bomb shelter business as a growing number of people plan for the worst.
From 1920s manga to Captain Marvel to Calvin and Hobbes, there’s no telling what treasures you’ll uncover at this unique institution.