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Thumbnail of Rachel King on Carole King's Album, Tapestry, 2015

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Thumbnail of This Week in History: On June 7, 1971, Carole King released her hit album "Tapestry." Rachel King offers some reasons for the album's enduring impact.
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Thumbnail of This Week in History: On June 7, 1971, Carole King released her hit album "Tapestry." Rachel King offers some reasons for the album's enduring impact.

Rachel King on Carole King's Album, Tapestry, 2015

This Week in History: On June 7, 1971, Carole King released her hit album "Tapestry." Rachel King offers some reasons for the album's enduring impact.
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This Week in History: On June 7, 1971, Carole King released her hit album "Tapestry." Rachel King offers some reasons for the album's enduring impact.

Mad Men TV Club: Farewell, Mad Men

Since the return of Rachel Menken in Season 7, JWA's Judith Rosenbaum and Tara Metal have been having a blast writing about Mad Men on the blog. After Sunday's series finale (sob!) they had one last chat about Don's legacy, Peggy's love life, and Joan's feminism.

Mad Men

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Mad Men publicity montage.
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Mad Men publicity montage.

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Sally and Betty from AMC's Mad Men

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Sally and Betty have a mother-daughter moment on AMC's Mad Men.

Sally and Betty have a mother-daughter moment on AMC's Mad Men.

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Paula Sinclair on Gilda Radner (Image)

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Image from video of Paula Sinclair speaking about comedienne and actor Gilda Radner.
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Image from video of Paula Sinclair speaking about comedienne and actor Gilda Radner.

Sally Bronston

A high school freshman, Sally Bronston had to grow up fast, taking on new responsibilities for her family and community.

For Women in Comedy, A New Jewish Voice

Jewish women are having a moment. At the end of 2014, Flavorwire published an article entitled “2014 Was—Secretly—The Year of the Jewish Woman.” It profiled Jewish women who made news in culture in the past year: Abbi Glazer and Ilana Jacobson of the Comedy Central show Broad City, Jill Soloway, the writer of the groundbreaking show Transparent,  and Jenny Slate, the comedian who starred in the romantic comedy Obvious Child, among others. 

Lainie Breaux

Having just given birth days before the storm, Lainie Breaux was focused on the needs of her new baby in the chaos of evacuation.

Lainie Breaux on Finding her Son, September 17, 2007

Lainie Breaux, interviewed by Rosalind Hinton on September 17, 2007, describes the moment she found her newborn son again after having been separated during Hurricane Katrina.
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Lainie Breaux, interviewed by Rosalind Hinton on September 17, 2007, describes the moment she found her newborn son again after having been separated during Hurricane Katrina.

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