On the 60th anniversary of JFK’s death, Sally Edelstein remembers the tragedy in remarkable detail and how TV or news was never the same.
“Steel Magnolia” Rosalynn Carter revolutionized the office of First Lady and served as her husband’s closest advisor. May she rest in peace.
Watching the new bio-pic of Elvis’ captive/wife, Barbara Lippert alternated between horror and sheer boredom at this “tone poem to passivity.”
If there ever was a movie that more vigorously embodies the “Age Boldly” ethos, we’ve never seen it. Marcia G. Yerman tells us more about “Nyad.”
Theater critic Michele Willens looks at a slate of new plays and finds that they offer not just escapism at a difficult time, but also inspiration.
The Golden Bachelor is such a cultural phenom that we asked our media critic Barbara Lippert to weigh in on further progress…or regression.
She is best known as Chrissy on the 70s sitcom “Three’s Company,” but we’ll remember her as a determined fighter.
Our media critic Barbara Lippert, a “silver single” herself, prepared to cringe at the Golden Bachelor. She got lots of that—and something unexpected.
This ferocious promoter of female empowerment has written a new book, Mighty Gorgeous, about falling in love with yourself, flaws and all.
Scars are like organic body art, physical markers of lives lived. Here, five women tell us how they got their scars—and the surprising lessons they hold.