Jenkintown's Pulley & Buttonhole Theatre Company mounts an ambitious if wrong-headed production of one of the weaker plays written by the late feminist playwright.
Amy Tan has released a new memoir, "Where the Past Begins," that contains several new revelations about her relationship with her parents.
Some floating-crease eyeliner looks are thick, some are thin as thread, and some are layered like a rainbow. Now that's art.
The moral of Lisa Thomas-Laury's story: There is power in prayer and persistence.
Every year, there are new things to try.
Donna Karan, the woman who has championed women's empowerment in fashion for decades, has revealed herself to be a fraud.
A recent Facebook ad for Dove that implied black women are inherently dirty has drawn ire. The company took the ad down. But the internet is still letting the company have it. And rightfully so.
The stainless-steel water bottle is as ubiquitous on yoga mats and spin bikes as it is in a Google cafeteria or at a TED Talk. Who knew being green could be so chic?
A new touring production of the Tony-winning 2013 Broadway musical - which strips out all the grit of the great "Kinky Boots" movie - will play through Sunday at the Academy of Music.
Fall is the undisputed champion of seasons. No, no, I don't want to hear about your love of spring. Spring is cold and muddy. But fall? Fall glows.
The Arden Theatre Company opens its 30th season with a prdouction of the famous 1966 musical Cabaret.
The Wrap Ring, a delicate sterling-silver chain affixed with faux diamond-cut stones - courtesy of Swarovski - wraps around fingers like a not-so-stretchy rubber band.
Sweat Fitness' weekly Sweat & Sips is one of countless organized meetups that marry my two favorite activities: working out and going to happy hour.
No one thinks my lips are naturally Wish Upon A Berry-hued. But no one wants to watch the process by which they are tinted, either.