For 25 years, five days a week, Oprah Winfrey was in living rooms all across America. This moving exhibition offers a testament of her iconic influence, and serves as a totem of our history and culture.
Love her or not, she has kept us on our toes—making us dance and keeping us guessing while refusing to ever be forgotten. And she has done it all in style. Ahead are three glamorous stories she brought to life along the way.
Reflecting on his journey from being broke — spent waiting tables and hustling his unknown brand of hip hop apparel out of a van — to sliding on pinstripe suits for millions of television viewers, John says to never underestimate the effectiveness of a daily rise and grind.
It was a time when eyes remained lowered, hushed whispers were heard anytime we ventured out in public, and none of us were ever without a box of tissues nearby.
"It was as though all of the generations gone and passed were breathing their well-wishes into our evening."
When you marry someone, you're signing yourself up for all of it.
When personal loss cracked her spirit open, she gazed out questioningly over everything she’d built—the accolades, the notoriety, the glamour. Now she has a new brand with a universal goal: she is going to help you feel as good as possible.
Tragedy had casted its unmerciful net, and on the first Father's Day since our lives were forever changed, it was still looming over us.
No permanent change will ever come as long as the same old lawbreaker is making all of the rules and divvying out all of the orders.
In this candid interview, Johnson dishes her heartfelt perspectives and valuable life lessons learned from gymnastics, the art of self-discipline, the most frustrating misconceptions about marriage and the importance of living in a spirit of bravery
“A lady named Francis came in to show me where she was when a white woman put a cigarette out on her arm,” says Tom Morales, successful restaurateur and Founder of TomKats Hospitality in Nashville, Tennessee, while attempting to convey the sense of purpose and responsibility he holds for his most recent venture — the renovated Woolworth on 5th.
From high ocean tides to crime rates, sleepless nights, strokes of luck and money manifestation, humans have been fascinated by and responsive to theories surrounding the moon for Millenia. Taken captive by its mystery, there are a galaxy of ideas and interpret...
In a tiny town in Michigan, there once lived a girl who had dreams too big for the labels she had been asked to hide behind. Her childhood was laced with anxiety, religious oppression, and the ache of unbelonging. Some days she escaped the pain and teasing with binge eating. Other days she amplified it with thoughts that tormented her, hissing, “You’ll never be good enough.” She wanted to be one of those girls — the desired and invited ones.