As we prepare for the opening of the movie version, Diane Clehane counts down the best Dowager Countess lines from the TV show
When a pal is diagnosed with something serious, it’s hard to know the right way to support her. Janet Siroto gets wise advice from an expert who knows both sides of the issue.
As she gets ready to star in Star Trek with Patrick Stewart, Michelle Hurd talks about the smart, counter-intuitive choices she’s made that have kept her career going strong. Michelle Breyer reports.
If the mere thought of speaking in front of a group fills you with dread, read this account of how Liane Kupferberg Carter got comfortable with a mic.
The intrepid Judith Newman asks them everything you’ve wondered — about Kellyanne, about those threats they’ve received, and yes, even their on-camera outfits
It used to be easy to get dressed. Now we constantly wonder if we’re too old for certain styles. Janet Siroto wrestles with the midlife fashion crisis and a pair of “vegan leather” leggings.
Her character, Rhoda, showed us life could be extraordinary, even if we weren’t the cultural ideal. That’s why Valerie Harper’s death hits hard.
According to our NextTribe Beauty Survey, these are the answers you most want for skincare, makeup, and hair. Nina Malkin susses out the best solutions and strategies.
A quick getaway sounded like a fun idea—but being on the road with her extra-exacting husband was something altogether different, Mary Kay Jordan Fleming discovered.
A sweatproof face is yours! Our beauty pro Hillary Quinn has found a trove of fab products that stand up to heat, humidity—and hot flashes!
We all have great hopes for our kids’ future. But how does a mother handle the disappointment when her adult child can’t live up to her potential?
Sure, she’s funny, as she proved on The Daily Show. Now she’s using her skills to work for reproductive rights for all. Marcia G. Yerman learns the meaning of Lizz Winstead’s new mission.
In the second installment of the NextTribe Test, reviewer Valerie Frankel looks at how movies like Where’d You Go, Bernadette depict women our age