Barbara Walters attended a screening of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire last night where she pissed off the rest of the audience because she was "screaming" questions at the four assistants she brought, repeatedly asking, "Who's that?" and "What's going on?"
New research about elder care providers proves the old adage true: A son is a son till he takes a wife, a daughter's a daughter the rest of her life.
The origins of the card game Old Maid trace back to the 17th century, with players trying to form pairs out of all of their cards until someone—the loser—is left with the lonely, unmatched, single old maid. In the past 130 years, retail card decks have been produced specifically for Old Maid, always featuring…
The answer, as found in a new study, is actually pretty obvious.
Sally Gordon was born in 1909, has worked all her life, and has no plans to retire. Also, she has excellent taste in hats.
Why are "women of a certain age" having a cultural moment? Maybe because they've survived all the bullshit.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Whoopi Goldberg is high on live TV, Mary Matalin fights with husband James Carville, and Janice Dickinson joins the cast of Celebrity Rehab.
Ernestine Shepherd is basically a walking, talking, muscular representation of the idea "it's never too late."
Sadly, this week is the last for Tyra. After five seasons, she leaves behind a legacy of hair weaves, fathers who bikini wax daughters, interviews with presidential candidates, and general buffoonery. Here, we compile our 10 favorite moments.
Newsweek's Raina Kelley, who turns 40 next week, writes, "I don't want to be 40, but, as my dad says, what's the alternative?" In these uncertain times. Kelley is looking to a "model for how to live life": Madonna.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, a woman celebrates her 105th birthday at a male strip club, Barbara Walters gets scary, and Chaz Bono opens up about sex reassignment.
• 79-year-old Susie Mann was diagnosed with terminal intestinal cancer. Instead of giving up, Mann has decided to live out her "bucket list," and go hang-gliding, skydiving, swimming with the dolphins, and hiking the Grand Canyon on a donkey. •
Last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, a very grumpy Janeane complained about coffee, bitched about Twitter, grumbled about male footwear and generally sounded like a crotchety old lady. If only she'd screamed, "Get off my lawn!" Instead, she sniped, "I was born in the 1920s." Clip mashup, left.
An 86-year-old woman, Elizabeth Maropoulos, was walking home from church on Sunday morning in her NYC neighborhood when she was accosted by a mugger half her age. Instead of just turning her purse over to him, she attacked back, "Once I realized he was coming after me, I went kick, kick!" she said. "I wasn't scared."…
It's time for another installment of Pot Psychology, the advice column in which everyone's problems are solved with an "herbal" remedy. (Remember, kids: Don't do drugs!) In this episode, we're takin' it to the streets, or rather, the park, to seek out those in need of our valuable insight. Rich, tiny pianist Gavin…
Joan Rivers stopped by The View this morning. She's always a lot of fun, even when she's making crazy, old lady racial statements (like today when she said her Chinese translator had a "stupid name"). But what really made me wince/laugh was when she complained that she's slept with all the same men Barbara Walters…