You’d think by now that the evil of the world would realize it can end lives, but, it can’t end love. That’s exactly what happened on Oct 27th at the Tree of Life synagogue Pittsburgh, PA’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood.
In today’s world, women can have it all. And for 72-year-old Suzanne Somers, that “all” includes her own breast… after losing it to breast cancer.
Sharon Stone has never been known for being shy. At speaking at Marie Claire’s recent Power Trip event in San Francisco, the Hollywood star was excited to speak out about a number of topics that were important to her including changing the world, the #metoo movement, raising boys, and being a single mom.
Tina Turner has led a remarkable life and her new memoir shares exactly what love’s “got to do with it”.
After two decades of being off the air, Candice Bergen is back behind the news desk in her title role on CBS’s “Murphy Brown.” Alongside co-stars Faith Ford, Joel Regalbuto and Grant Shaud, the 72-year-old actress starred in the revival’s season premiere this September.
In the age of gender reveal parties and social media worthy “we’re expecting” announcements, new parents literally have the world at their fingertips as they share their good news.
On September 22, rock ‘n’ roll icon Joan Jett celebrated her 60th birthday, but her age doesn’t define her any more than her gender. The Godmother of Punk started her music career at the age 15 when she co-founded the all-girl group known as the Runaways in a time that punk rock was mostly an all-boys club.
Fifteen years ago, actress Kathy Bates was diagnosed with stage 1 ovarian cancer and immediately underwent surgery followed by nine difficult months of chemotherapy. She went right back to work following the operation, struggling through the exhaustion and telling no one.