A new series looks at how a 51-year-old woman with no TV experience inspired women to find their creative outlet. Barbara Lippert reports.
In 1972, Michele Willens dragged Lori Lieberman to a night club in L.A. The rest is musical history.
On Broadway and beyond, a slew of women’s stories–historical, fictional, serious, and farcical–are finding the spotlight. It’s about time.
We all know the children’s book “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.” Here, Andrea Askowitz recasts a harried woman in the lead–someone you’ll surely recognize.
In her new film, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Michelle Yeoh is an unlikely hero and an inspiration for anyone at the end of her rope.
Over the Grammys weekend, Joni Mitchell was hailed as a musical genius, but it is her raw humanity that makes her legendary.
Two major milestones—a 30-year anniversary that wasn’t and a move to New York City—have left Jeannie Ralston with a mix of emotions.
Sure, most ads are annoying, but classic rock resurrected to push products has me ready to murder my TV.
Was it sexism that Chris Rock attacked Jada Pinkett Smith, or that Will Smith felt his wife needed protection? Barbara Lippert on the most dramatic Oscars in history.
Suzanne Braun Levine was the first editor of Ms. Magazine. Here she assesses the headway—and backsliding—since the magazine’s launch in 1972.