Sally Edelstein’s collage featuring a 50-year-old gun-violence ad is the centerpoint of the one-year anniversary of Highland Park’s mass shooting.
After decades collecting the ephemera of life, Sally Edelstein understands Trump’s desire to hoard paper. But that doesn’t mean she approves.
MAD magazine, now 70, provoked a generation of Baby Boomers to challenge the culture at large. Including this life-long collector.
Are we headed back to the dark ages? Sally Edelstein thinks so. Which is why she’s headed to the streets once more in protest.
Still true to her Jewish roots, Sally Edelstein recalls the importance of Christmas in her life. In a year of too-much division, embracing both festivals feels right to her.
As a survivor of abuse and rape, Sally Edelstein knows PTSD when she sees it. And she sees it all around her. Here are her thoughts on recovery and resilience.
Trump’s assurance that he would be getting husbands back to work shows how little he knows of American women and of the past he wants to return us all to.
We got an answer to one burning question during Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing. Here’s why it’s making Sally Edelstein feel bad about herself.