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Postal Service Adds First Scratch-And-Sniff Stamps
The stamps will feature ice pops meant to "add the sweet scent of summer" to your letters.
New 'Star Wars' Postage Stamps Are 'Bleep Bloop' Beautiful
The Force is indeed strong with these stamps.
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Civil Rights Icon Dorothy Height Honored With Forever Postage Stamp
Heights is the 15th black woman to be named in the commemorative collection.
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U.S. Postage Stamp Price Going Down
The price of a postage stamp is going down by two cents, to 47 cents, for a one-ounce letter. But even two cents can add up to big losses for the U.S. Postal Service.
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Outer Space Is Coming To Postage Stamps Near You
Pluto, the moon and Star Trek will be featured in 2016 stamp collections.
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India's Selfie Stamps Remind Mail Recipients You're A Narcissist
Apparently some people in India actually still use the postal service.
HOME & LIVING
How To Make Stamped Menus Using Scraps Of Produce
Certain produce, like okra and citrus, will make graphic stamps when sliced in half -- and better yet if they're dried out and gnarly like that lemon wedge wasting away in your fridge. Enter the easiest way to make the most of your excess summer bounty.
'Like Sending a Hug in the Mail'
Christine French Cully
Editor in Chief, Highlights for Children
The handwritten friendly letter is a dying art form. That saddens me, because I'm amazed and gratified at all the wisdom and support that have been passed on to me via letters.
The Vatican's Spectacular Christmas Stamps
The city's post office has been sellings its own stamps since Aug. 1, 1929, although the Vatican claims the Pope has been
Watch: Going Home With Maya Angelou
Managing Editor, Moyers & Company
In this first of two programs celebrating her extraordinary life and legacy, I revisit an episode from his 1982 series
in which Angelou and I returned to the small town of Stamps, Arkansas, where she spent much of her childhood.
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How to Live Wretched and Small
Columnist, SFGate/San Francisco Chronicle; Author, 'The Daring...
Oh wait, they did. Here is the Bible, a numbingly tedious tome written (and re-re-rewritten) by multiple paranoid power-mongers
U.S. Postal Service Gets My Stamp of Approval
University of Central Florida Forum
The UCF Forum is a weekly series of opinion columns presented ...
We need to maintain a vibrant postal service, whether run under the auspices of the federal government or private enterprise. I'm willing to put up with the junk mail.
Homoerotic 'Tom Of Finland' Graphic Stamps Released
Finland's homo-erotic new stamps pay tribute to the iconic art of Tom of Finland.
Other Things Fetuses Do in the Womb
Novelist/Screenwriter Co-author of "Blue Streak."
Hell, since you're stuck in there for nine long months you at least have to have some decent bookshelves and a coffee table.
How Some Small Companies Are Breathing Life Into A Dying Industry
Landlord Announces 1 Penny Rent Increase Due To Rise In Stamp Prices (PHOTO)
After the U.S. Postal Service raised the cost of a first-class stamp by a penny to 46 cents, a landlord in Maryland decided
TV & FILM
'Dr. Who' Stamps: United Kingdom's Mail Service Releases Collectible TV Stamps
"It's 50 years since a strange old man stepped out of a Police Box in a scrapyard down Totter's Lane, and the most beloved
Is This Worth $3 Million?
Worrying the Details of Political Campaigns
Award-winning journalist and author.
While watching the 2012 political campaigns unfold, it reminds me of my ex's 1992 race for U.S. Congress. As a worrywart I multi-minutiae-worried my way through the entire campaign.
Royal Mail Creates Chic Fashion Stamp Set
Can an Edible Stamp Save the U.S. Postal Service?
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When I asked about states that do not have official fruits such as Pennsylvania or New Mexico, Mr. Assef assured me that Mr. Cantu has created stamps out of indigenous fruits in those states, so New Mexico gets prickly pear and South Dakota gets gooseberries.
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