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Some things about the film business have changed for actresses in the more than five decades since Sophia Loren was first discovered, and some things have stayed exactly the same.
“McCullin” takes a plain-spoken and direct approach to covering the career of the British photojournalist Don McCullin, a longtime correspondent for The Sunday Times. Mr. McCullin says he resists the label “war photographer,” which, to him, is “like being called a mercenary.”
Just a few months after what was billed as the Grateful Dead’s last stand — five sold-out stadium shows for some 212,000 fans that grossed more than $60 million in ticket and pay-per-view sales — the band is rising once again, albeit in a slightly fractured arrangement.
Pan American Airways was the airline of choice for the White House press corps during its eminence as the largest international
I’ve been thinking a bit lately about aging in place — the ability to live in your own home and community safely, independently and comfortably as you get older.
For decades, Gloria Steinem has been an iconic figure in the feminist movement and fight for equal rights, causes she has championed ever since beginning her journalism career.
Much progress has been made in the women’s rights movement in recent decades; so much so that it is often difficult to remember how far we have come.
A woman’s hands can tell the world a lot about the life she’s lived. The way she keeps and carries her hands throughout her life is highly personal — callouses, freckles, go-to gestures and injuries all tell their own stories.
Aesthetically speaking, “Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg” is a cheery curio, as if a scrapbook and the Talmud decided to have a baby. Pages are filled with photographs of the Supreme Court justice old and young (ravishing, by the way).
I HAVE known Bashar al-Assad, the president of Syria, since he was a college student in London, and have spent many hours negotiating with him since he has been in office.
Andy Warhol – Pele – The grace and skill of Brazilian legend Pele captured the eye of pop art pioneer Andy Warhol, who produced this portrait after meeting the footballer in the 1970s.
Today is National Why I Write Day. The National Writing Project, NCTE, The New York Times Learning Network and the Teaching Channel invite us to celebrate writing in all its forms