Have you seen this new viral filter that makes you look aged?
Up late at summer camp, Kate Stone Lombardi watched the grainy images. Now, half a century later, she reflects on where our culture has landed.
The stories of famous women throughout history, from Harriet Tubman to Charlotte Brontë, get told.
A new exhibit highlights the previously hidden work of a ground-breaking female artist, who had to flee Germany in the 1930s for her life. Marcia G. Yerman shares her remarkable story.
Playing a trouble-making mother-in-law in Season 2 of the award-winning series, La Streep identifies with her character’s parenting regrets.
A non-profit is bringing their works out of storage and out of the shadows.
One woman has sparked a political movement—with needlework!
Warning: The pop star’s new video, God Control, is insensitive and deeply upsetting. But does it have the potential for good?
We’re in awe of Olivia de Havilland!
A new comedy series called ‘Funny Women of a Certain Age’ spotlights comediennes over 50 who are as hilarious as ever—but have fewer chances to show their stuff.
Today is the sixth anniversary of the legalization of gay marriage. Sheila Weller chronicles what it took and what it means to one midlife couple to be legally wed.
A presidential candidate and an Oscar winner share a birthday. These two female icons are turning 70!
Loving life and laughing all the time: The actor, who just turned 70, shows us how it’s done. Susan Hornik reports.
Gloria Vanderbilt was best known for the jeans empire from the late ’70s that bore her name. But there are many other reasons to admire her.
The message from Suzelle Poole’s long and vibrant career is, “Don’t Stop Dancing!”
The renowned humorist’s return to the stage culminates in a big night on Broadway.
On the 25th anniversary of the double murders that rocked the nation, Sheila Weller, who literally wrote the book on the topic, contemplates if Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman would still be alive if the case unfolded today.
These award-winners prove that fashion isn’t just for the young.
The Every Woman Biennial takes on L.A. this month with the work of 600 female and non-binary artists.