In JFK and Mary Meyer: A Love Story, Jesse Kornbluth recreates the diary Meyer might have written and draws an intimate portrait of a top-secret, star-crossed romance.
Years after writing a book about the importance of the mother-son bond, Kate Stone Lombardi wonders if she can stay close to her son now that he’s getting married.
The HBO Max executive tells us how she’s shepherding in a new era of pro-women workplaces—plus how to deal with sexism on the job.
Those with positive attitudes about getting older live healthier and longer lives than Debbie Downers. Here, how to change your mindset and your mood.
We all need a good circle of pals, but making new friends after 50 is challenging. Here’s how Meredith Maran, alone in a new city, dug in and developed a whole batch of besties.
If you’ve swapped heels for flats, body-conscious dresses for leggings—you are not alone! Janet Siroto looks at how many of us are relaxing our midlife dress code.
Five years ago, Stacey Dorenfeld was an “ordinary” wife and mother. Now, she successfully lobbies to fight human trafficking and make health care more equitable. Here’s how she did it.
ABC has just greenlighted the return of thirtysomething, the show that encapsulated our angst about finding the balance among marriage, career, and kids. How do you think the characters have fared as they enter sixtysomething?
After an emergency hysterectomy, Elizabeth Monette woke up and—BAM—was in instant menopause. It was kinda scary. Here she tells us about the shock and discomfort and how she’s getting through it.
Rosanna Arquette talks about how Harvey Weinstein may have hurt her career, her true heroes, and why her support of exploited women and LGBT youth is more important than ever.
Women over 45 are increasingly giving their chompers a new look. Cosmetic dentistry is pricey, but for many now is the perfect time to indulge.
Hollywood has always loved youth and beauty, but in the past few years we’ve seen a refreshing appreciation for women of experience. Last night’s Golden Globes was no exception.
Through her 50s, Ginny McReynolds resolved to work out again but never got around to it. Finally something clicked at 60 and now she’s in the best shape of her life. Here’s how you can be too.
It’s that time of year, when we look at the cultural contributions women our age will be making in the year ahead. We’re sure 2020 will be another banner year for us.
Sarah Gold was shy and skittish about joining a bunch of strangers on our most recent trip. But something fascinating happened under the tropical sun.