Though January Jones' turn as Betty Draper certainly plays a part, few individuals can claim more of a hand in shaping Americans' perception of everyday life in the mid-20th century as Norman Rockwell. The painter's idyllic scenes often put a rosy-cheeked face on the world back then, but his work —in particular illustrations he did for The Post — could also be thought-provoking and even shocking in its day. Today we're indulging in a little nostalgia or the holidays with a look back at the photos that served as reference for some of Rockwell's most famous images.
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The Best YA Books Of Summer 2019
Summer is undeniably the season for tearing through books. Now's the time to lounge in freshly cut grass with a book blocking the sun. Or to sit at the