A debate has been raging online over the Aperol Spritz. Is it a wonderful or woeful warm-weather drink?
When young, hard-partying people move in underneath her, Staci Backauskas has to confront her midlife evolution.
We’re still reeling from another icon’s death and now this! Remembering Doris Day, gone at age 97.
Their relationship spanned years and was forged through common ground and intimate discussions. Now Sheila Weller shares how Peggy Lipton’s death has left her stunned and how under the actress’s calm, blond beauty beat a fierce and searching heart.
As jobs are lost to robots, scanners, automated kiosks and the like, Anna Jensen takes an inventory of what we’re losing. We humans need to stick together!
Don’t get us wrong—she looks great. But is this latest ‘honor’ really all that?
If you’re selling your longtime home, you may find out that your sense of style hasn’t aged well. Janet Siroto confronts the situation.
The sex guru has been through a lot and shares it all in a new documentary, “Ask Dr. Ruth.” Here, Sherry Amatenstein catches up with the good doctor.
Here are our picks for films that reflect the complex experiences with our mothers and as mothers ourselves.
Debby Waldman wanted to quit this crazy class, and bad. Here’s why she didn’t and the midlife lesson she learned.
While men get all the credit for the movie biz, hidden in its history is a woman who played a vital role. Finally, a new film is telling Alice Guy-Blaché’s story.
Mark your calendars—there’s great viewing for our Tribe coming up
At an age when most people are hardly ambitious, this legendary singer/songwriter has entered one of the greatest creative periods of her life.
As we get older and friends and family pass away, how do make peace with these tough moments? Amy Ferris reflects on how we say goodbye to those we love.
We loved her Oscar-winning work in If Beale Street Could Talk—but that’s only half the story. Wait till you hear how she’s bettering the lives of women and at-risk kids. Brava! By Susan Hornik
A Notre Dame icon questions the decline in female coaches in women’s sports.
How Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt became a media darling and helped her team win a NCAA March Madness tournament.
Jeannie Ralston used to watch every episode of the HBO series with her sons. But it seems the wildly popular show may be suffering from what she calls “The Geezer Touch.”
HGTV is recreating the iconic home we all (virtually) grew up in—and they want your grooviest décor to be a part of it!
Smart appliances have Mary Kay Jordan Fleming feeling a little, well, dumb. Here, she takes a look at whether tech is simplifying or complicating our lives.