Journalist Scott Carney tried out Wim Hof's extreme cold-weather workout regimen.
Drawing inspiration from her childhood in the 1970s as well as the full scope of Western and African art, Thomas uses painting, photography, collage, and video to demand her glamorous, assertive subjects be seen.
Over five days, Jessica Olah is making 2,340 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as an "exercise in empathy" with her mother, who prepared her daughter a bag lunch every day until she went to college.
Lyn Paolo has worked as a costume designer for TV since the 80s, but her Michelle Obama–inspired style on the hit show "Scandal" is what has made her work iconic.
In the author's smart, funny, and bizarre new novel "The Portable Veblen," a woman sublimates her anxieties about her mother, her fiancé, and capitalism in an unlikely bond with a cute woodland creature.
We talked to Aralyn Hughes, a second-wave activist who worked at Austin's first abortion clinic in the years following "Roe v. Wade," about why she became a feminist, what it was like to offer abortion services in the 70s, and how the abortion debate...
We talked with the best-selling crime novelist about what it's like to be a millionaire, her theories on Jack the Ripper and Princess Diana, and writing your own role models as a woman.
We talked to the author of a new biography, "Notes from the Velvet Underground," about how we're all "beginning to see the light" on the beloved proto-punk provocateur's personality.
Today, Justin Bieber's father made history by tweeting approvingly about his son's penis, so we asked some guys how they would feel if their dads did the same.