On the eve of the big award show, the amazing Glenn Close shares thoughts on “women’s work” and our place in the world with Susan L. Hornik.
Arts & Culture
Dr. Mary Pipher studies the roles of—and pressures on—women in our culture. Now, she turns her attention to aging with a new book, and Jeanette Hurt chats with her about the most resonant truths.
You knew her as President Reagan’s rebellious daughter. Now, the former first daughter opens up with writer Sherry Amatenstein about her father’s politics and finally forgiving her mother.
Wendi McLendon-Covey has learned some important life lessons from playing her role on “The Goldbergs.” Here, she tells us why Betty White is her role model and shares the secret to her great marriage (it’s got nothing to do with sex).
We were treated to many memorable moments at the Grammys, but performances by two women in particular stood out for us.
Incest, murder, mistaken racial identity and…the Mamas & the Papas? Sheila Weller reveals never-before-published details of the true, twisted saga.
On the 50th anniversary of Janis Joplin’s breakout as a solo artist—with a movie and book on the way—the legendary singer’s best friend tells of their bond and their escapades—from Haight Ashbury to Woodstock.
At 75, the dynamic diva proves she’s still a force of nature.
Feeling stuck in your career? This inspirational artist didn’t sell her first piece until 1998—and she’s been at it since the ’30s. Now she’s the hottest thing on the market.
Were the football advertising gods actually pandering to our generation this year?