Boomers are increasingly joining the front lines of the effort to save the planet. Here’s why, plus a new activist group created specifically for ‘experienced Americans.’
We raise our glass to the first modern businesswoman, the Veuve Clicquot widow, who gave us the iconic champagne and launched countless celebrations.
Lucille Times courageously stood up to racism and segregation in the 50s and inspired Rosa Parks’s action and a whole movement. She died last week at age 100.
In an astonishing reinvention, Gwen Carr went from mild-mannered subway conductor to the symbol of a movement after her son’s death by police.
This week we saw a reckoning for Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York and Prince Andrew, the Duke of York. To all powerful men behaving badly: Karma’s a bitch.
No matter what you think of her taste, her demeanor, her insider trading, you have to admire—even just a little—that this woman is a true survivor.
Only 5 percent of the historic figures represented in the Capitol are women. Sen. Amy Klobuchar is on a mission to change that.
One brilliant scientist suffered through her male supervisor getting credit for her work. But wait till you hear the stunning move she just made.
Many women are pissed off about the wording used to address aging. We can’t change the fact that we age, but we can demand a change in thinking and vocabulary.
Just by being a woman, conductor Rachael Worby has redefined what’s possible in the music world. Now, with her group Muse/ique, she is transforming how we experience performance.