Currently alive, at 64 years of age.
1952 – She was born on the 8th day of July on this year in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1974 – She began her journalism career as a reporter with The New York Post.
1977 – She began working at the New York Times, where she rose to prominence as a columnist.
1990 – She began writing her most well-known column, the nationally-syndicated "Public and Private."
1992 – He won the Pulitzer Prize for her New York Times column “Public & Private.”
1995 – She left journalism this year to become a full-time novelist into movies.
1999 – She joined the staff of Newsweek in this year, where she writes "The Last Word" column every other week, alternating with George F. Will.
2000 – She wrote one of her best selling novels titled “A Short Guide to a Happy Life” this year.
2004 – And her latest work was “Loud and clear.”