A descendant of the famous family known for service, the renowned filmmaker is pushing hard to protect our planet and elevate women. She talks about art and activism with NextTribe’s Sheila Weller.
Arts & Culture
There’s no way around it: Most people are scared to get old. But we’re all for busting stereotypes about aging that makes that fear disappear.
This new theater experience recounts Steinem’s early years, personal journey, and career trajectory—but the play really is so much more than that.
Maybe for you it was Aretha Franklin. Or Prince. Or Kate Spade. Or David Bowie. But the loss hurt—a lot. Marion Winik, author of a new book on death, explores why we mourn so much when those we never really knew pass away.
NextTribe caught up with the gifted Black Panther actor and learned, among other things, why Floridians and fireplaces don’t always mix.
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.
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.