Jennifer Coolidge as Tanya is the only character from the first season back for the second. That’s because she’s endlessly fascinating.
Many are predicting an Oscar nod to Cate Blanchett for the most complex character of her career. But what the “F” is that ending all about?
As a lame trick-or-treater in the 70s, Lucie Frost learned hard lessons about cuteness, marketing, knowing your audience, and chocolate.
Anne Rapp has a theory about how you separate the women who simply like sports and those who love them. See if you agree.
The director calls the movie “feminist,” but media critic Barbara Lippert explains why this latest take on MM is instead absurdly regressive.
MAD magazine, now 70, provoked a generation of Baby Boomers to challenge the culture at large. Including this life-long collector.
One of the lucky women who actually knew Paul Newman, Michele Willens remembers him here, while he’s having a moment again.
Did the cool kids breeze through life too? At her 50th reunion, Michele Willens learned a valuable lesson about comparing our path to others’.
In the past few weeks, we’ve lost three icons: Loretta Lynn, Angela Lansbury, and Louise Fletcher. They will be sorely missed.
The empty nest is a classic moment to make a change. Janet Siroto talks to three women about how they reinvented their home life.