At the center of the funny, sad, sometimes sexy new novel, “Mrs. Fletcher,” is a single mom looking for love after her son leaves for college…maybe in the wrong places.
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Advertisers continue to pigeon-hole the over-40 woman (or ignore them completely)—but don’t lose faith just yet.
The amazing actor chats with NextTribe about her new Showtime series “Kidding” (it co-stars Jim Carrey!) and her ultimate family escape.
Not everyone understood why Thea Wood bought tickets to concerts by her favorite rock band as they criss-crossed Europe. But the music and the moment gave her a gift she’ll never forget or regret.
The girl with the voice and the moves escaped a dangerous marriage and is now doing what she does best: Singing on stage around the world. Michele Wojciechowski reports.
Sure it’s sexy-hot and features fabulous real-estate porn, but Sheila Weller finds a deeper reason that midlife women are hooked, starting with the relatable, un-heroic female leads.
Margot Kidder’s daughter talks about the importance of openness after her mother’s death was revealed to be a suicide. Sheila Weller explores how greater honesty can help us all
The counter-culture Golden Girl tells Sheila Weller about breaking racial taboos, her cancer battle—and the greatest gift her daughters gave her.
Recently, most novels about women have featured comely young heroines. But Karen Karbo reports on two new books that each offer a unique take on complex middle-aged women.
Yes, the Russians may have misused data, and a new poll finds that distrust of social media is at 60 percent, but here’s why Lisa DePaulo still loves Facebook.