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The Saturday Evening Post
THE YEAR OF TELEVISION
MEN CAN BE CAREGIVERS, TOO • Even before COVID, more and more men were stepping into this traditionally female role — and discovering it’s not for the faint of heart
COPING AS A COUPLE • ‘I’ve learned to adapt — and adapt again — to the progression of dementia’
HOW WE GOT BY • In the long, angst-ridden months of the coronavirus lockdown, pop culture came to the rescue
AMERICA’S NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE • Will those who survived the pandemic emerge with a renewed appreciation for life?
HERDING GOATS AT SQUASHVILLE FARM • Goats live an alternate reality of soil and self-determination
Post-Its • TIPS, TACTICS, AND TRENDS — WHAT’S NEW AND NOTEWORTHY NOW!
ASK THE MANNERS GUY
Seriously Good Film and TV • Film critic Bill Newcott offers his entertainment picks for mature audiences
TOP 10 READS • 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:
The Plot Thickens
THE GRID: AS EASTER NEARS, OUR THOUGHTS TURN TO ... EGGS!
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Break the Code
Larry King • An appreciation
The Unexpected Vase
APROPOS OF NOTHING • A gallimaufry of fanciful facts and figures
Deviled Egg Chicks
Apps for Gardeners • Grow better veggies and flowers with these free digital tools
Tiny House Resorts
Renew Your Passport Now
HYGIENIC SEAT COVERS
LET’S CUT BACK ON VIDEO CALLING
PAINTING A STORY • Post artists provided Americans with a weekly mirror in which to see themselves
THE INNOVATION SECRET • Creating a new product begins with the spark of a good idea. But a lot happens between conception and first production for nearly every concept that gets turned into a successful business
TRAVEL ABROAD WITHOUT A PASSPORT • 2021 may not be the best year for touring the world, but there’s no shortage of foreign experiences to be had in our own melting pot of a nation, starting with multicultural Miami, known by many as “The Capital of Latin America”
15 U.S. LOCATIONS TO SATISFY YOUR WANDERLUST • Explore these fabulous “foreign” hotspots within our own borders
SENIOR STONERS • Marijuana was a cornerstone of the youth counterculture of the ’60s and ’70s. Today, with increasing legalization, it ain’t just for kids anymore
I HAD A FORTRESS ONCE IN PARADISE • Growing up in postwar California, my brothers and I had a freedom unheard of in today’s sheltered world
SEE YOUR STORY PUBLISHED HERE!
SPRING CLEAN YOUR DIET
Good Carbs, Bad Carbs
SHOULD YOU WEAR BLUE LIGHT GLASSES?
CAN ONE PILL DO IT ALL?
SIX IS ENOUGH • Shake off winter’s chill with easy-to-make, easy-to-love six-ingredient meals
FOR DIGNITY THE HOMELESS • After experiencing a setback that left him living in his car for three months, an entrepreneur rebounded and today brings hope to the homeless in his adopted city of Baltimore
WOOLEN STYLISH SHOES • For Revolutionary-era women, it was a mark of patriotism and good taste to don made-in-America footwear
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