Ever heard a name on the news and wondered if it’s the kid you used to know? Stephanie Dolgoff looks at why our possible brushes with future fame (or infamy) are so stupidly thrilling.
For several years Tina Duryea has been making portraits of powerful women. Her latest art celebrates the nomination of Kamala Harris.
Midlife crushes are good for your marriage, your soul—and, um, other areas. So who do you have the hots for?
To get her career where she wanted it, Carol Kane had to make a ballsy move. We applaud her.
As we celebrate a century of women’s access to the ballot box, we look at a pattern that still persists from the early days—the not-so-independent vote of some women.
Knowing that we’re not alone can lift us out of the general malaise many of us are feeling right now. That’s what makes Michelle Obama’s admission so powerful.
More than six million women have taken part in the #ChallengeAccepted movement on social media, but its vagueness and superficiality make it a major missed opportunity.
She wrote one of the most successful book series on the planet. She’s richer than the Queen. So what might J.K. Rowling be wishing for today, her birthday? Probably some peace.
At a recent NextTribe event, filmmaker Muffie Meyer talked about her friendship with Little Edie Beale and the political references edited out of the cult classic documentary.
We’re thrilled to see women over 45 getting the love they deserve. This year, older actresses account for 53 percent of all female acting nominees. Bravo!