Critics blasted Madonna’s look at Sunday’s GRAMMYs, which proves that society is still ageist and sexist and Madonna is still a provocateur.
Talking 80 for Brady with a Lady Who Is Almost 80
Neither of them is a football fan, but both Jennifer Miller and her mom found things to love about this new high-spirited, Super-Bowl-centric movie.
Minimizing #MeToo: Behind the She Said Oscar Snub
The movie “She Said” tells the explosive story of how #MeToo toppled a Hollywood giant. So why isn’t the film getting the love it deserves?
Grammy Winner Bonnie Raitt Proves She Ain’t Done Yet
No one thought 73-year-old Bonnie Raitt would triumph at the Grammys. But that’s what happens when you underestimate women our age.
Twin? Finding Myself in Pamela Anderson’s New Documentary
It was easy to judge Pamela Anderson back in the day, but a new film has made Lorraine Duffy Merkl reassess her opinion. Have you?
Why Do Some Women Still Not Want to Tell Their Age?
We were reminded last week that despite all our progress as women, some of us do not want to own up to our birthdates. What about you?
Music to Our Ears: A Singing Boot Camp for Women Our Age
If you dream of singing in places other than your shower or car, this retreat is designed to get you performing on stage in front of an audience.
Alone Is Not a Synonym for Lonely: A Single Woman Explains
After her divorce, Beverly Willett slowly became comfortable going out alone and realized to be afraid of that is to be afraid of ourselves.
Lizzie Gottlieb’s Film Celebrates a Legendary Literary Duo
As creative collaborations go, Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb are rock stars. Director Lizzie Gottlieb captures the magic in “Turn Every Page.”
“Boy Jobs”: As Feminists, Should We Know How to Do Them?
“Who, me, fix a car, a BBQ grill, a clogged toilet?” When widowed, Lisa Bain took on all this and more—and discovered a new level of self-sufficiency.