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The oldest magazine in the U.S., tracing its lineage back to Benjamin Franklin.
The oldest magazine in the U.S., tracing its lineage back to Benjamin Franklin.

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Gloomy days often make great covers. http://bit.ly/1ziJtqn
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To celebrate two-time Great American Fiction Contest finalist Stephen G. Eoannaou's new short-story collection "Muscle Cars," we're featuring his short story from our 2013 fiction contest on our homepage. "The Wolf Boy of Forest Lawn" tells the story of a teacher who learns valuable lessons when one of his students goes missing. 

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Take a Sunday stroll through our baseball cover collection: http://bit.ly/1DUJlER

(Cover: Yogi Berra Earl Mayan April 20, 1957)
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Play Ball! Baseball season is here, check out baseball cover collection: http://bit.ly/1a5AcLL
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Hop to it! Check out the #Easter art on our website: http://bit.ly/1MUalZ9.
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A collection of our favorite #Easter covers from the archive is now online: http://bit.ly/1xzfVsX
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The artist born George Melvin Erickson created covers under the "brush" name Eugene Iverd: http://bit.ly/1y7JIUt
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It's time for Tuesday's Cover! This week is a 1938 cover by Frances Tipton Hunter. The cover was titled, "Birthday Kiss." This illustrator worked for the Post from the 1920-1950s.

For more, see our website! http://bit.ly/15T1weL
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Tuesday's Cover! Nothing gets by this little dog as he chases a man stealing a pie. The cover, "Fleeing Hobo" was done by the Norman Rockwell in 1928.

Like this cover? Buy a print of it here at art.com! http://bit.ly/1w5KOUW
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We don't know about you, but we feel much like this travel agent in Tuesday's Cover! We're dreaming of sun and warmer weather.

Constantin Alajálov illustrated this cover in 1949. To see more of his most famous covers for the Post, check out our site: http://bit.ly/1FUj4BK
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