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Christine Baranski: 'I use my anger to fight a good fight'

Christine Baranski: 'I use my anger to fight a good fight'

Originally a Tony-winning star of the Broadway stage, a supporting role in Cybill introduced Christine Baranski to television – and us. At 68, the liberal and feminist and tells why there are pluses in playing women of a certain age.

  • by Jenny Cooney

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'I didn’t let it destroy me': the fleeting moment that changed Cherie Currie's life
Music

'I didn’t let it destroy me': the fleeting moment that changed Cherie Currie's life

The former lead vocalist of the Runaways dicusses her upbringing, career and the men who have influenced her.

  • by Jane Rocca
Turia Pitt: 'I like looking good and feeling confident about myself'
Fashion

Turia Pitt: 'I like looking good and feeling confident about myself'

The speaker and author reflects on how her Tahitian heritage influences her style, and why she's big on '70s fashion.

  • by Georgie Gordon
Come a certain age, sex is all most women want
Opinion
Sex & relationships

Come a certain age, sex is all most women want

You have all the time in the world to devote to each other, so who wouldn’t want a last hormonal hurrah?

  • by Kathy Lette
How learning an instrument can fine-tune your health
Wellbeing

How learning an instrument can fine-tune your health

Always wanted to play piano? Experts agree learning a new skill in adulthood provides us with both a brain workout and an all-important mental rest.

  • by Evelyn Lewin
How to give your hair a boost between colour treatments
Hair

How to give your hair a boost between colour treatments

The process starts with a stress-releasing shoulder massage that works a treat, then the glossing begins.

  • by Stephanie Darling
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For Debbie, leaving her husband of 21 years marked the end of her loneliness
Divorce

For Debbie, leaving her husband of 21 years marked the end of her loneliness

“When I finally plucked up the nerve to leave, he was as stunned as he was hurt. People say walking away is easier than staying, but I disagree.”

  • by Dilvin Yasa
Diana's dynamo daughter Tracee Ellis Ross on finding her voice as a diva
Movies

Diana's dynamo daughter Tracee Ellis Ross on finding her voice as a diva

Tracee Ellis Ross had to debut as a professional singer in her new movie, The High Note, a task made easier by her mum being legendary soul diva Diana Ross. She charted with her first song, too.

  • by Jenny Cooney
I long to find the version of me that never met depression
Opinion
Depression

I long to find the version of me that never met depression

I’d like to meet that girl. To see whether she’s all the things I wish I were, but am not capable of being.

  • by Sarah Elizabeth Kurian
How to maximise your virtual workouts – and stay motivated
Fitness

How to maximise your virtual workouts – and stay motivated

Online fitness programs have boomed during the pandemic, allowing people to work out from home. But it can still be tricky to find the incentive to get sweaty.

  • by Evelyn Lewin
Why Ganni's creative director doesn't dress to trends
Luxury fashion

Why Ganni's creative director doesn't dress to trends

The Danish label's Ditte Reffstrup also shares why she wears sneakers most days, and her three essential wardrobe items.

  • by Georgie Gordon