Beverly D’Angelo is one of the most fascinating women in Hollywood. Now in her 60s, she describes what it’s like to have teenagers and why creativity, not success, has always been the driving force in her life.
Anne Archer has starred in some of the biggest blockbusters in Hollywood history, but that doesn’t mean she’s immune to the industry’s ageism and sexism. Find out how she’s fighting back and feeling bolder than ever!
While some people take the notion of aging very seriously, others point out the humor in it, including the very funny Annabelle Gurwitch. Now 53, she lampoons the indignity of aging, particularly for women.
What does it mean to be a woman? Fashion designer Bri Seeley posed that question to women and their answers stunned her. See how the conversation launched a movement.
Can your grandma do a one-arm pullup or deadlift 215 pounds? Willie Murphy can! Get to know this 105-pound, 77-year-old dynamo and listen to her important message, particularly for women or seniors who think they can’t strength train.
Brownie Wise is one of the most groundbreaking women in American business history, yet her story has been largely forgotten. Until now. See how she’s about to get the Hollywood treatment, complete with an A-list actress taking the lead role.
Alene Duerk is a true American pioneer. She shares the fascinating story of how she rose through the ranks, from registered nurse to becoming the nation’s first rear admiral. Now 94, she’s still as passionate and engaged as ever.
The NFL may be the most popular sport in the country, but it’s no longer the only game in town. Did you know there’s a thriving nationwide women’s league? And no, this isn’t the Lingerie Bowl. This is hard-hitting, smashmouth tackle football.
Joyce Carpati is fashionable, vibrant and most importantly, proud to embrace her age. Find out how the 82-year-old is spreading the message that the right attitude, not a lot of anti-aging products, is all you need to look and feel fabulous.
Think it’s too late to start over? Think again. Award-winning actress and activist Marlo Thomas shares what she learned from collecting the stories of 60 women who started over. Find out why she’s convinced it’s never too late to reinvent yourself.