The results of our Second Annual NextTribe Survey are in—and you’re more amazing than ever!
Now in their 70s, the members of The Ace of Cups—the first all-girl rock band—have released their debut album. Michele Willens looks at what took so long.
Who says people over 50 can’t start a digital business? Lucy Danziger did—and here she tells Jeannie Ralston how she built a shopping (and gift buying) platform from the ground up.
Patricia Arquette pulls away from the Hollywood stereotypes and portrays a very real woman (in very big trouble). Susan Hornik shares the scoop.
The counter-culture Golden Girl tells Sheila Weller about breaking racial taboos, her cancer battle—and the greatest gift her daughters gave her.
Typecast in Hollywood as a “blonde bombshell” Rhonda Shear wore a lot of lingerie. She ended up turning her familiarity with undergarments into a multimillion dollar business.
The former editor-in-chief of More magazine is pioneering a new way for midlife women to learn, connect and share. Jeannie Ralston gets the scoop.
She didn’t step in front of the camera until her early 50s, but now Gillean McLeod is one of a growing number of “older” models. Here she offers inspiration in bathing suit season.
In ’86, the Supreme Court voted unanimously that what happened to Mechelle Vinson at work was criminal. Here’s what she thinks about current setbacks and hopes for women.
A descendant of the famous family known for service, the renowned filmmaker is pushing hard to protect our planet and elevate women. She talks about art and activism with NextTribe’s Sheila Weller.