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Saturday Evening Post

Yes, that Saturday Evening Post. We've been around for nearly 300 years, and we're still in print!

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When a mysterious man leaves his cello at a bus stop, a woman struggles between the yearning to play it and the desire to find its rightful owner. "I Had a Cello" by Miriam C. Daum

The forecast of his son Teddy’s future looms over Malone as the men sit waiting for the weather to clear and the ball game to begin. "Rain Delay" by S. Frederic Liss The Saturday Evening Post

"Mentioning Mentia" by Bret McCormick Fiction: The Saturday Evening Post Online

Take a peek inside Jay Leno's garage The Saturday Evening Post l Jeanne Wolf Photo by Walker Dalton

"Are We Losing the Stars?" The Saturday Evening Post l Photo by Tyler Nordgren

Sept/October 2014 issue of the Saturday Evening Post © SEPS 2014 Cover by Tyler Nordgren

Japanese Army in Manchuria. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. "Japan's Bigger Game" l WWII Blog

Breakfast in Bed: You can't go wrong with healthy double chocolate pancakes with strawberry sauce. One serving of these is only 242 calories! Try this sweet, filling, and nutritious twist on a breakfast favorite.

The War They Knew World War II Blog

Hitler reviews troops in Prague World War II Blog: A Look Inside Germany's First Conquest

"She did not just take her hand off the railing and put it on your face, the OCD voice said. Now you’re gonna get a disease. How could she do that?" Love, Logic, and Bacteria l Allen M. Price

The Line l Alex Sobel “Must be worth a fortune,” his cousin said, trying not to sound too excited, to get ahead of herself, overplay her hand. As if value is a thing that can be changed by a couple of words." Illustration by Amber Arnold © SEPS 2014

'Epiphany in Green' by Burt Baum | "For the past nine years of Edward's retirement, he has mowed the lawn every Wednesday without fail. Until one morning when an errant daydream turns his entire ritual on its head."

'Falling In' by Carolyn Charron. | "I know you can’t force a miracle, an epiphany. They need to sneak up on you when you least expect it."

'The Parts You Get to Keep' by Kate Weinberg. | "My grandfather told me once that when you get old enough, the universe gives you red spots, to celebrate your years, alive, on earth."

Summer of My Youth by Katherine Bonnie Bailey Thirty years later, Summer came back to me. She wasn’t a hallucination or a ghost, and I knew exactly what day it was: Independence Day, 1961.

Darla by Laura Garrison With her Southern charm, fresh-baked treats, and incredible efficiency, Darla was the best thing that ever happened to our office–and also maybe the worst....

The Secret of Bruscar Skerry by Daniel Rosen @ SEPS 2014

Saturday Evening Post Illustrated by Edwin Georgi September 1956

Victims of Politics: The 1964 Murder of Three Civil Rights Workers By: Jeff Nilsson A recent Pew survey shows at least one third of Americans believe their ideological opponents pose a “threat to the nation’s well-being.” Troubling as this might be, we have seen far worse.

Fiction: Rump. By: Vicky Mlyniec Gordon's failure to head straight home as he'd promised earns him a strange encounter with an ample-bottomed woman on a mission.

Fiction: The Great Berry Pie Cook-Off, Part One. By: Barbara Briggs Ward. Can Mary Stevens' wild raspberry pie bring home a blue ribbon and honor her mother's legacy?

Fiction: People in Your Life By: Linda McCullough Moore An encounter with an old crush brings surprising revelations about the end of a marriage.

A New American Isolationism? By: David A. Andelman For the vast mass of the American people, getting out of military entanglements is now the expectation rather than some vague hope.

July/August 2014 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. Cover illustration reprinted from September 13, 1958. "Hot Dogs" by Ben Kimberly Prins. © SEPS