By Erika Mailman Kansas City, Missouri, offers a pleasant mix of urban and midwestern, and is a cultural hub with long-standing jazz traditions, a famous penchant for barbecue, and a reputation for friendliness. The Power & Light District downtown is a busy center for shopping, dining, and...

By Erika Mailman Perhaps no other large city in the United States better embodies the spirit of discovery and innovation than San Francisco. From its storied gold rush population boom to the Summer of Love and the current infusion of technology companies, it’s always been a city...

Solo travel by women is on the rise. Here’s what you need to know to plan, stay safe—and have the time of your life. By Erin Klenow In 2015, Kristel Rodriguez was looking forward to her first trip to Southeast Asia, where she planned to explore Thailand, Malaysia,...

In her career as an actress and model, Salma Hayek has learned a thing or two about the beauty industry. So in 2017, she decided to jump in. In 2017, Hayek partnered with Juice Generation founder Eric Helms to create Blend It Yourself, a subscription service in...

Hollywood has a long history of films with powerful female characters in the world of work, from Rosalind Russell as intrepid reporter Hildy Johnson in His Girl Friday, to Melanie Griffith as Tess McGill in Working Girl, to Jessica Chastain as Elizabeth Sloane in the...

by Katherine Giscombe Have you ever thought about who influences societal change? Who is positioned to make lives better for Americans? Elected officials may come to mind. But when you think about the scope of responsibility and potential impact, one of the most powerful positions imaginable is...

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