Is California’s junior senator and media darling the real deal or just the flavor of the month who checks all the boxes? Lorraine Glennon takes a close look.
At midlife, are we who we thought we’d grow up to be? Should we hang on to those youthful ideas of what adulthood means? Natalie Serber considers these questions and more as she decides whether to burn or keep her old diaries.
We have reached that age where our annual check-up can bring a shocker—we’re losing height, even if we take great care of ourselves. Louise Kramer talks about the half inch she’s missing and what she’s learned about standing tall as long as possible.
AIDS, mass murder, bullying: These are the tragedies that got Dini von Mueffling working to change our culture. Sheila Weller reports on her inspiring story and her new project with Monica Lewinsky.
This new theater experience recounts Steinem’s early years, personal journey, and career trajectory—but the play really is so much more than that.
Only 28 percent of this crucial demographic are planning to vote next month. Stephanie Dolgoff has a plan to boost those numbers. Read on.
Maybe for you it was Aretha Franklin. Or Prince. Or Kate Spade. Or David Bowie. But the loss hurt—a lot. Marion Winik, author of a new book on death, explores why we mourn so much when those we never really knew pass away.
Last week in New York, we gathered accomplished speakers and a vibrant sold-out crowd to say “Screw Invisibility!” to those who ignore women our age.
After a couple of decades of shepherding family trips, Janet Siroto heads off with her 20-something sons and gets a whole new perspective on parenting.
When you’re newly divorced and dating again, jumping into the world of online adventures can be a little intense. Joanna Bennett reports on all the men she’s met along the way.
Meet XCVI: Cozy knits. Velour, satin, embroidery, embellished details. Tie-dye splatter washes. Rich, deep hues. Casual, comfortable layering with a soft, luxe attitude.
With the documentary on her life debuting, the actor and activist shares with NextTribe’s Susan L. Hornik some of the hard-won lessons she’s learned at age 80.
They say it’s a “he said-she said” case, but Wendy Murphy, a prominent attorney who specializes in sexual violence cases, explains why she thinks Kavanaugh is not credible.
NextTribe caught up with the gifted Black Panther actor and learned, among other things, why Floridians and fireplaces don’t always mix.
Breaking up is hard to do, but when your favorite brand doesn’t acknowledge your existence, maybe it’s time, says Janet Siroto.
If the thought of hitting the Apple Bar doesn’t exactly turn you on—this in-living-color fantasy called “Autumn Leaves” involving a 26-year-old Genius will change your tune.
After her marriage ended abruptly, Elise Pettus did what many before her have done: reinvented herself. Pettus’s new incarnation is as a mentor for others in the throes of uncoupling.