Moving on from her career in marketing, she’s determined to help those out in the dating trenches. Tiffany Connolly finds out how a new business was born.
In a new one-woman play, Maddie Corman explores the inconceivable revelation about her husband and how she pulled herself and her family through.
Ever wondered what it would be like if you could have your current wisdom when you were a lot younger? So did Pamela Redmond—and it became a hit TV show.
What do you do when you’re caring for your older sister (and find it rewarding), but can’t seem to get anyone to chip in physically OR financially? Our Answer Queen sounds off.
A trip to the savanna had always been on Kim Marshall’s bucket list…but going with her teenage son? Not so much. Here’s why it wound up being the adventure of a lifetime
When young, hard-partying people move in underneath her, Staci Backauskas has to confront her midlife evolution.
Their relationship spanned years and was forged through common ground and intimate discussions. Now Sheila Weller shares how Peggy Lipton’s death has left her stunned and how under the actress’s calm, blond beauty beat a fierce and searching heart.
As jobs are lost to robots, scanners, automated kiosks and the like, Anna Jensen takes an inventory of what we’re losing. We humans need to stick together!
If you’re selling your longtime home, you may find out that your sense of style hasn’t aged well. Janet Siroto confronts the situation.
The sex guru has been through a lot and shares it all in a new documentary, “Ask Dr. Ruth.” Here, Sherry Amatenstein catches up with the good doctor.
At our gathering in Austin, NextTribe celebrated writers, musicians, artists, and powerful women everywhere. Because if we don’t do it, who will?
While men get all the credit for the movie biz, hidden in its history is a woman who played a vital role. Finally, a new film is telling Alice Guy-Blaché’s story.
Until her mid-50s, Stephanie Gangi identified herself in the context of men, but now she lives alone, happily centered—most of the time.