Hundreds of women took a virtual adventure with us last week, having fun and listening to powerhouse speakers challenge us to make this chapter the best one yet, with only one sour note.
Antiquated assumptions in healthcare are killers. Just look at a new report that says doctors too often dismiss high blood pressure as stress or a menopause symptom.
When Nicole Johnson went along for her daughter’s nose piercing, something surprising happened. She decided to get one too and re-found a sense of freedom she hadn’t felt in a long time.
To mark a major musical anniversary, Sheila Weller talks to Carly Simon and her daughter about love, honesty, and who “You’re So Vain” may really be about.
There’s a saying, “To have good friends you need to be a good friend.” Marta Kauffman, creator of Grace and Frankie and a speaker at our virtual event on Feb. 23rd, shows us how that works.
Vivienne Boucherat used art to process her ups and downs. Though she never intended her pieces to be published, we’re sure happy they were.
“Sweetie, if you’re not living on the edge, you’re taking up space,” said Flo Kennedy, a fierce, effective and under-appreciated activist fighting sexism and racism.
It’s been quite a ride since we hit the “Go Live” button on our website on Feb. 15th, 2017. Here are some high points in photos; another high point is coming up on Feb. 23rd.
Oh, the power of love. Especially first love. This story of reunited high school sweethearts will have you daydreaming about the purity and passion of your own early romance.
As we prepare to welcome Jill Angelo as a speaker at our Feb. 23rd virtual event, we find out what makes her menopause-resource company, Gennev, so ground-breaking.
We mark 50 years since the release of the landmark album with this look at how the iconic singer is learning tolerance in a tumultuous time, not unlike the atmosphere in 1971.
For 29 years, Heather Christie buried concerns about her marriage. When COVID struck, she left to take care of her elderly mother, a first step toward a new future.
Lucie Frost had a long, complicated relationship with Sleep, but she really thought they were good together. Sleep had other ideas.
She paved the way for Elvis and inspired generations of guitarists. It’s time we paid this pioneering sensation her due.
Here’s a preview of what the comedian will be talking about at our upcoming virtual Out Loud event: surviving cancer and finding and cherishing life’s silver linings.