Women have made great strides in the world of sports over the past 50 years.Especially in some individual sports, female champion athletes today earn far more money and command a much bigger audience than their predecessors – thanks to breakthroughs by tennis champions like Billie Jean King and Venus and Serena Williams and top golfers such as Kathy Whitworth, Nancy Lopez and Michele Wie.
In early January, after tensions between Iran and the United States escalated to the brink of war, President Donald Trump announced a detente of sorts, stating, “The United States is ready to embrace peace with all who seek it.”
The history of the Hotel Chelsea is chock-full of stories of bohemians, artists and other creative types who lived and thrived in one of New York City's original cooperative buildings, built in 1883.
YouTube creators are performing everyday tasks or taking on crafts and activities that people can do at home because everyone is stuck indoors right now. The genre has boomed as a result of social distancing.
As the world grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, “social distancing” has become a buzzword of these strange times.
“If you can’t be better than your competition,” Vogue editor Anna Wintour once said, “just dress better.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger tweeted a video of himself on March 15 saying: “No more restaurants.” Seated in his palatial kitchen with two miniature horses, Whiskey and Lulu, beside him, the former California governor pronounced: “We don’t go out, we don’t go to restaurants. We don’t do anything like that any more.”
The latest film adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic “Emma” is a visual feast of color, pattern and texture.
Every March Madness, thousands of tweets and articles dissecting seedings, potential upsets and favorable matchups flood the feeds of sports fans.
On Jan. 19, the New York Times editorial board made history when it endorsed two candidates, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar, for president, concluding, “May the best woman win.”