Episodes
Kenya Moore sits on the Mount Rushmore of Real Housewives legends, but she’s been Gone With the Wind fabulous since before the show. The forever beauty queen has given us quality content since she joined the franchise in 2012 and now, she’s taking on a new challenge. Kenya is one of the participants on the New Fox reality show Special Forces, which puts celebrities through the test of what it’s like to be a military special forces recruit. We talked about her career, her journey through...
Published 01/18/23
Published 01/04/23
In the Lower East Side on Orchard Street, there’s a colorful little store with a bejeweled beaded banana handle. It’s Susan Korn’s baby, the Susan Alexandra Store. Susan’s aesthetic is like if Lisa Frank, Betsy Johnson and Hello Kitty had a baby. There’s beaded purses, key chains, dog collars, wallets, jewelry and all the little trinkets to delight your inner child. It’s a place you can’t just talk about, you have to experience it. So Lindsay and her producers took a little field trip. For...
Published 01/04/23
Alyssa Shelasky is a writer in the truest form. She's written for magazines, she's written her own book, and now, the Sex Diaries column she edits for New York Magazine is being made into a docu-series for HBO. In this episode, Alyssa talks about what it was like putting Sex Diaries on screen, the stories that have stuck with her through the years, and how she personally balances all she does while being a mom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 12/21/22
What does it mean to make a binge-able show that people will rewatch for years to come? On this episode, Issa shares about what makes storytelling meaningful, why taking time to herself is so important, and what she has planned for her next steps. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 12/14/22
What does it mean to make a binge-able show that people will rewatch for years to come? On this episode, Issa shares about what makes storytelling meaningful, why taking time to herself is so important, and what she has planned for her next steps. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 12/14/22
Eva Longoria Baston is a true renaissance woman. Most of us were first introduced to her as Gabrielle Solis in the Show Desperate Housewives but she’s walked many different paths since her time on Wisteria Lane. The actress, producer, director, activist, entrepreneur and most recently, podcast host, joined us to talk about all of her projects, stepping behind the scenes and how her activism has shaped her work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 12/07/22
Audie Cornish is a journalism vet whose voice was our north star on NPR’s, All Things Considered for ten years. After being a public radio girl for most of her career, she’s embarking on a new journey. She’s now hosting a weekly Podcast on CNN called The Assignment with Audie Cornish. She talked about leaving NPR, her career in public radio and of course, what it’s been like starting something new. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 11/23/22
Carri Twigg understands how storytelling shapes our reality. She’s the Co-founder and Head of Development for Culture House media, a Black, Brown and woman owned production company that centers the voices of those most marginalized in the industry. Culture house is behind the series, Growing up on Disney plus which came out earlier this fall. It follows the lives of ten young adults as they navigate their adolescent years. Most recently, Culture House produced Hair Tales on Hulu and OWN,...
Published 11/09/22
Jurnee Smollett has been on screen since before she could talk. Her career spans three decades, from sitcoms, to thrillers, to feature film. She’s done it all and she’s only 36. This summer, she starred in the Netflix film Spiderhead alongside Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller. In her latest film, LOU, she plays a desperate mother on the hunt to find her kidnapped daughter. On this episode, she about her journey through Hollywood, breaking through being pigeon-holed in her career and her new...
Published 10/26/22
Kristina Blahnik walks in the footsteps of her incomparable uncle, Manolo and as CEO of the Manolo Blahnik brand, those shoes are absolutely divine. After taking over the position in 2013, she’s been able to expand the company from six to 80 employees globally and two standalone shops to 20 boutiques, all while keeping the staple artistry of the luxury shoe brand Manolo started just over 50 years ago. In this episode, she talks about maintaining the Manolo Blahnik legacy, the brand's impact...
Published 10/12/22
For this episode of In Her Shoes, we’re doing something a bit different. This summer Lindsay interviewed Michael R. Jackson in partnership with The New Museum. He’s a renowned playwright, composer, lyricist and the creative, brilliant mind behind the Broadway musical, A Strange Loop. The show has been a giant hit on Broadway for the past year and has been a critic fave for its entire run. It won a 2020 Pulitzer prize for Drama and a 2022 Tony Award for Best Musical. They talked about what it...
Published 09/28/22
Eva Longoria Baston is a true renaissance woman. Most of us were first introduced to her as Gabrielle Solis in the Show Desperate Housewives but she’s walked many different paths since her time on Wisteria Lane. The actress, producer, director, activist, entrepreneur and most recently, podcast host, joined us to talk about all of her projects, stepping behind the scenes and how her activism has shaped her work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 09/14/22
Kristen Meinzer and Jolenta Greenberg are really good at testing things out. On their podcast, By The Book, they apply the advice given from different self help books to their own lives to see what’s actually helpful. From their discoveries, they went on to write How to be fine: What We Learned from Living by the Rules of 50 Self-Help books. Now, on their latest podcast, Romance Road Test, they’ve extended the experimenting to their partners. Their new show tests out relationship hacks in...
Published 08/31/22
Tamera Mowry-Housley has been a household name since her rise to fame in the early nineties. She’s an actress, producer, entrepreneur and lifestyle expert, who’s truly done it all. On this episode, we talked about starting over, the importance of family and how Tamera stays her best self despite everyday stressors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 08/17/22
Obsess better. Into It is a new podcast from Vulture and New York Magazine about the pop culture we can't stop thinking about. It's hosted by Sam Sanders, and the first episode explores How Beyonce changed the industry with her 2013 self-titled release. Find new episodes every Thursday where ever you get your podcasts. Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3Q08ogS Listen on Spotify: https://bit.ly/3bv0xZI Listen elsewhere: https://bit.ly/3Q0rYtd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit...
Published 08/04/22
What does it mean to make a binge-able show that people will rewatch for years to come? On this episode, Issa shares about what makes storytelling meaningful, why taking time to herself is so important, and what she has planned for her next steps. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 08/03/22
Nili Lotan is a New York-based fashion designer who found success after launching her namesake label in 2003, making her own brand of classics for women. On this episode, the fashion designer talked about how she stitched her way through the industry, what makes good womenswear and her plans to shake up menswear. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 07/20/22
Jia is a staff writer at the New Yorker and a bestselling author of the nine-part essay collection “Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion,”. On this episode, Jia talks about her latest writing on the Supreme Court’s abortion decision, coping as a new mother, and how her religious past influenced her writing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 07/13/22
Jen Statsky has been writing her way through the industry punchline by punchline. On this episode, the co-creator of Hacks on HBO Max talks about her start in the industry, how the show got green-lit and the homage it pays to women in the business who were maligned by media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 06/22/22
Margaret Cho is a comedy legend who paved the way for so many recognizable names we see today. On this episode of In Her Shoes, she talks about her career, how race has shaped her comedy and her new film, Fire Island. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 06/08/22
For over twenty years, Rebecca Traister has been a leading voice in gender issues and abortion politics. The Cut Columnist joined host Lindsay Peoples to talk about the leaked Supreme Court draft and what a post Roe future could mean for many Americans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 05/25/22
No, You Shut Up author, youngest national press secretary on record, and host of a new show on MSNBC- this heady resume belongs to this week's guest- the one and only Symone Sanders. Host Lindsay Peoples Wagner is joined by Symone for a discussion on boundaries, maintaining hope in politics, and their own relationships with ambition. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 05/11/22
We're slowing things down this week with Celine Semaan an advocate, an author, and the founder of the climate innovation lab Slow Factory. Host Lindsay Peoples sat down with Celine to chat about career pivots, the future of sustainable fashion, and the value of hope in the fight against climate change. Check out Slow Factory Sign up for updates on Celine's book, A Woman Is a School, here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Published 04/27/22
Sustainability is often framed as an obstacle to a successful business in today's world, but Leah Thomas- aka Green Girl Leah- has carved out a career marrying the two. On this episode, host Lindsay Peoples talks shop with Leah, diving into the coinage of Intersectional Environmentalist, bringing Black joy to the environmental movement, and how she's made a career out of making the world a little more equal for everyone and a little nicer to our home planet. Check...
Published 04/13/22