Have you ever bought a newspaper just to read a columnist that you can’t miss? For five decades, New Yorkers did. They flocked to read masterful writers, Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill. Now a new HBO doc explores their careers.
This is a historic moment — a woman has been sworn in as Speaker of the House of Representatives on the 100th anniversary year of women getting the right to vote AND there have been a record 116 women elected to Congress — up from 89 in 2016.
Stop scratching your head and freaking out that you just don’t know what to get your mom, dad, best friend, love interest or co-worker. Then calm down and start clicking through my gallery of gift suggestions.
No, make that — every man and woman. This new movie about notorious Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn’t just entertaining — it’s also an essential reminder that women did not have equal rights under the law, not so very long ago.
Who would dare to climb up the sheer face of a mountain with just their bare hands risking death with every move? Alex Honnold does, and you will hold your breath watching his journey in the spectacular Free Solo documentary.
When director Alexandria Bombach, 32, began to spend time with Yazidi sex slave survivor, Nadia Murad, she realized that she wanted to tell the world about the burden that Nadia’s advocacy work placed on her slender, young shoulders.
No one was more convinced that Claire’s time travel tale was crazy than her daughter, Brianna. Here’s why she and Roger were finally convinced that her mom had travelled back to 18th century Scotland, according to two young Outlander stars.
Do you like to cheer on underdogs with hearts of gold? If so, you need to watch this Oscar contender documentary directed by Benjamin and Orson Cummings, about the infamous Bridgehampton School basketball team.
When Ruth Bader Ginsburg graduated first of her class from Columbia Law School in 1959, not one law firm in NYC would hire a woman. A documentary shows how that sexism propelled her all the way to the Supreme Court.
How would you feel if the president was literally trying to ‘erase’ your very existence? That’s the fate America’s 1.4 million trans people are facing if the Trump administration is successful in eradicating recognition of being trans.
Cecily Strong may star in a ‘funny’ show but she has found the last two years anything but amusing. She’s volunteered to canvas for Democratic candidates and asks you to jump in and help today and even on Nov.6.