Her aging body felt like a barren landscape—until a friend asked her to model for a series on the erotic beauty of older women. Here’s what Sarah Gold learned from taking off her clothes.
At 70, Tina Andrews is at the top of the heap in Hollywood with a major deal with HBO that continues the fascination with Queen Charlotte, lately of “Bridgerton.”
As her daughter prepares to walk down the aisle, Lisa Starr reflects on the heart-breaking end of her own union—and her struggle to stay optimistic.
After enduring a personal tragedy, Carol Flake Chapman didn’t know how to reshape her life. An escape to Costa Rica provided an example of transformation that helped her move forward.
“Woman Made” celebrates the most impactful and innovative products by women designers and flips the script on what is historically considered a man’s world.
When the flight attendant asked her to keep her mask on, she played the menopause card. Could she have a point, or is this laughable reasoning that hurts us all?
She had us at Parent Trap, when we all wanted to be like her. Michele Willens reports on Hayley Mills’ new memoir, Forever Young, and asks if getting to know childhood idols can lead to disappointment.
Re-entering a more physical post-pandemic world freaked out Lisa Kosan. But here’s how she got her strength and her mojo back.
She was a sex symbol through the 60s and 70s, but now Raquel Welch is an Aging Boldly icon. The legend just turned 81, and we applaud her long career and legacy.
Boomers are increasingly joining the front lines of the effort to save the planet. Here’s why, plus a new activist group created specifically for ‘experienced Americans.’
Have you noticed how some stars are flaunting it on their birthdays? We applaud their boldness, but we like something else even better.
Bats and vampires have long been connected, but in a strange reversal, we humans may someday soon use bat blood to live longer and healthier.
At a time when other women are fretting over an empty nest, Teresa Elliott is thankful her biological clock never started ticking and her husband is equally fulfilled by canine love.
Burning Man is canceled this year (sigh), but Catherine Hiller gives the full picture of what the crazy desert festival is like. We can’t help but wonder how much is really true.
When Michele Willens played serious tennis, the sport was led by icons like Billie Jean King. As the U.S. Open begins, she looks at why we may never get more like her.
The news about brain health as we age is usually dire and depressing. So who couldn’t use some good news about how we function better over time? We’re happy to oblige.
We raise our glass to the first modern businesswoman, the Veuve Clicquot widow, who gave us the iconic champagne and launched countless celebrations.