Dear Readers, Fall is the most nostalgic of the seasons, probably because, like childhood, it doesn’t last long. And unlike January, which ushers in the new year with guilt-based promises and shallow…
There is nothing more maddening than the feeling of being alone—on a political issue; in a personal belief; with our work, our convictions, or our conflicts—when in those moments what we need most is togetherness.
Along with all a new format, we still have the same sharp content, like New Yorker staffer Lauretta Charlton’s essay, “Banking on the Women’s Health Business,” about the financial possibilities in apps that focus on the female body, or travel blogger Randi Delano’s advice for seeing the world on a dime.
Jan 21, 2017: Attending the Women’s March on Washington? Here’s what you need to know before getting to D.C.