Meet Judy Geib, an acclaimed, self-taught jeweler with a delightfully handcrafted style. Janet Siroto reports on how she made the pivot to her new career.
Moving on from her career in marketing, she’s determined to help those out in the dating trenches. Tiffany Connolly finds out how a new business was born.
At a time when services for those with disabilities face cuts, Megan Conway, PhD, shows exactly how much one person can achieve—with the right support. Sheila Weller captures her story.
Just because you’re getting up in years doesn’t mean you can’t make sh*t happen. Let Karen Shafer—office worker, trucker in Antarctica, and a supporter of both the arts and the environment—show you the way.
In an amazing tale of courage and determination, this politician has triumphed over huge setbacks. Marcia G. Yerman shares the unbelievable story.
The One Who Nevertheless Persisted is running for president. But should she get your vote? Lorraine Glennon takes a closer look.
Wondering if we each have the power to change our lives? Then just read this incredible story of transformation by Sheila Weller.
The acclaimed novelist is taking on the gritty real-life work of protecting freedom of expression around the world.
If you’ve loved Linda Ronstadt’s music, you now have even more reasons to admire her. Sheila Weller looks at the quiet dignity of the superstar as she deals with Parkinson’s Disease.
The leader of the “Jackson Free Press” rose above her poor, white background in rural Mississippi to fight for equality 24/7.
With decades of politically charged work to her credit, Ringgold refuses to be invisible. Marcia G. Yerman talks with this trailblazing artist.
Her character in Dirty John is sucked into a dangerous marriage, but in real life Connie Britton has friends like Julia Roberts to help her find a good man.
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.
From Simka on “Taxi” to Lillian on “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” Carol Kane has always played interesting characters, but it took a ballsy move to get her career where she really wanted it.
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.
One brilliant scientist suffered through her male supervisor getting credit for her work. But wait till you hear the stunning move she just made.
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.