• News of the Week: Balls of Cheese, Books on Grammar, and the Brontosaurus Is Back

    Post Week in Review

    News of the Week: Balls of Cheese, Books on Grammar, and the Brontosaurus Is Back

    Cheesy recipes, grammar lessons, dinosaurs, and more in this week’s pop culture round up.

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  • Queen of First Impressions

    Contemporary Fiction

    Queen of First Impressions

    When two women realize their Aunt Rose is simply the best at misjudging people based upon first impressions, they decide to use her skill to their advantage in this new humorous short story by Blake Shuart.

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  • The Truth (at Last) About Disco

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    The Truth (at Last) About Disco

    Turns out the trend that changed the way America put on its boogie shoes started long before Travolta donned a white suit.

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  • April Showers

    Classic Covers

    April Showers

    Even if ambitions are modest — a fishing trip, some yard work, a barbecue — rain can put a damper on things. And it's funny, but only when it's not happening to you.

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  • Life After Lincoln

    Post Perspective

    Life After Lincoln

    Seven days after Lincoln was shot, an editorial appeared in the Post that reflected the North’s dwindling hope for a quick and merciful reconciliation with the South.

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Post Week in Review

News of the Week: Balls of Cheese, Books on Grammar, and the Brontosaurus Is Back

Cheesy recipes, grammar lessons, dinosaurs, and more in this week’s pop culture round up.

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Eugene Iverd

Born George Melvin Erickson, this cover artist used the brush name “Eugene Iverd” as an American Illustrator during the Golden Age of illustration.... More

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The Moon Man Down the Street

Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, the sixth human to walk the moon’s surface, is an unassuming Florida retiree concerned about our planet’s future.... More