She’s been a costume designer and culture journalist, and in her mid-80s, Joan Kron decided to take on filmmaking. Here she talks about how to squeeze more juice out of life.
Yes, it’s exciting that a woman our age is fit enough to make it into the annual skinfest, but Jeannie Ralston contemplates why it doesn’t feel like progress.
Breast cancer kills more than 40,000 women in the U.S. every year. Sadly, on Sunday it took actress Kelly Preston far too early, reminding us how important it is to be vigilant about our breast health.
Seventeen years after they were vilified for criticizing a president, the bestsellling female band in history is back with a new name, new album, and a new attitude we applaud as being very NextTribe-like.
We didn’t get a female president last go round, but this year nine accomplished women, all NextTribe age, are being considered for the VP spot. Tell us who you support in our quick survey.
Jeannie Ralston recently read this quote: “We’ll never be free from our history unless we’re honest about it.” Here, she examines her troubling experiences with race and her efforts to make amends.
We asked 500 NextTribe women what films they watched when they needed cheering up, something that seems particularly important right now. Here we offer the top choices for your viewing pleasure.
COVID 19 has exposed a distressing disregard for the older generation. At a recent Sunday Salon, activist Ashton Applewhite explained why this creates an opportunity to ramp up the movement to end ageism.
Returning to college as TOWER Fellows at the University of Texas has been good for Tom and Marti Mattia. For their brains and sense of self. And for their marriage.
There’s so much to worry about in the world right now, but here are 10 beauty issues that Jeannie Ralston says are no longer on her list.