• "The Actress and the Cop" by William SaroyanIllustrated by Coby WhitmoreThe Saturday Evening PostMay 4, 1957

    Classic Fiction

    The Actress and the Cop by William Saroyan

    Romance from the archive: His business was chasing lawbreakers. Then, one day, he became involved in an escapade with a glamorous Hollywood star. Read this 1957 novelette by William Saroyan.

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  • Once upon a time: Neuschwanstein Castle, located in the Alps in Bavaria, Germany, was the inspiration for Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle. (Shutterstock)


    Bavaria for Lovers

    Margie Goldsmith's award-winning travelogue on forging a romance on Germany's Romantic Road.

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  • Valentine Kiss

    Norman Rockwell

    Valentine Kiss

    A tribute to his late ex-wife Irene, Norman Rockwell created Signpainter, the cover illustration for the February 9, 1935, Post.

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    Lighter Side

    Presidents' Day

    What started as a memorial to George Washington and Abe Lincoln is now a tribute to all presidents.

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  • Life Without Limits


    Life Without Limits

    A plausible future history, in which computers are smarter than people, most diseases have been eliminated, and a normal lifespan is 150 years.

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Post Week in Review

News of the Week: Sandwiches, Sandals, and a Sitcom from a Friend

Bernie Sandwiches and Sandals, Matt LeBlanc's new sitcom, Twitter timelines, telegrams, chip butties, and a Valentine's Day cover collection in this week's pop culture column.

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Einstein Lecturing

Relativity: Einstein's Explanation

"Relativity" is a term that everyone uses but few people understand, so—just as we did in 1959—we're letting Einstein explain it in his own words.... More