As her new film opens, Karen Allen, the actress, producer, director, artist, shows us how Hollywood can get beyond stereotypes and women like us can embrace life more fully.
Arts & Culture
In all the debate about Hillary’s book and whether she should have even written it, this is what you might have missed.
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.
Winter is coming…and so are the fans. To Northern Ireland and other filming locations. Our writer lets her Game of Thrones geek flag fly.
With her uncanny impersonations of women like Angela Merkel, Camilla Parker Bowles, and Judi Dench on her HBO show, Tracey Ullman makes us laugh—and calls out bitter truths.
Jeannie Ralston used to watch every episode of the HBO series with her sons. But it seems the wildly popular show may be suffering from what she calls “The Geezer Touch.”
A tin-eared opinion piece about social divisions that went viral prompted Sheila Weller to think about how members of the so-called “snobby” sex are often anything but. The first installment of Weller’s new NextTribe column on women and culture.
The woman who only wanted to “have some fun” half a lifetime ago has gone through rough patches and has produced an album that resonates now.
Two riveting new memoirs offer good girl/bad girl takes on midlife marriage. It’s all here: regrets, rewards, restlessness, ambivalence, comfort, sex, sexual fantasies. And maybe sexual dalliance.