We live in a world driven by deadlines, paychecks, and political division. But what happens during those moments in between? It’s those small slices of exchange that make up a life. Moments with neighbors, partners, kids, and caregivers. Coming to the table with three very different life experiences we are meeting each other where we are at- and asking the big questions about how to survive and thrive in those moments in between. This is the “Love in Common” podcast.
On the season finale of Love in Common we discuss Frank’s New York Times Best selling novel from 1992, Portofino. We are also joined by a special guest, Erin’s mom MaryAlice Bagwell. From unpacking how the story differs from Frank’s childhood, to how family customs can cross religious divides, we discuss all the spoilers and name drop all the Portofino celebrities. Take a listen, we are so glad you are here.
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This week on Love in Common we talk about who we show the world vs who we really are. Whether it’s conforming to the role your day job requires of you, or finding the courage to speak your truth, we muse about the public and private persona. Plus Frank channels Edith Schaeffer for a little sermon about bibles and garter belts (not necessarily in that order). Take a listen, we are so glad you are here.
This week on Love in Common we chat with special guest Ashley Reckdenwald, the founder of Working Mom Notes. We talk about the excitement, desperation, and even fear parents are feeling about sending their kids back to school. We also discuss family boundaries, how white privilege enables gun violence, and how free speech tech billionaires are connected to this polarizing American issue.
This week on Love in Common, we talk BARBIE. From her controversial corporate roots to the post-feminist backlash, to the girl power messages she inspires that just might save the world, Ernie, Erin and I talk Greta Gerwig’s billion dollar box office smash. Take a listen, we are so glad you are here.
This week on Love in Common we are joined by two very special guests- author Linda Villarosa, and her 92 year-old mother and entrepreneur Clara Villarosa (both ladies also happen to be featured in Erin’s 2016 documentary Dream, Girl). From hearing about Linda’s Pulitzer nominated book, Under The Skin, to about how Clara opened the largest African American Book Store in the country, five generations come together to have a rich con...
In this episode of Love in Common we talk about the things that we are the most proud of that don’t show up on our resumes, plus dive deep into a conversation about mental health and how to find hope in a world that sometimes feels like too much. In this episode of Love in Common we talk about the things that we are the most proud of that don’t show up on our resumes, plus dive deep into a conversation about mental health and how t...
In this bonus episode we continue our conversation about family planning and dive into a discussion about “busy” culture, are inspired by Genie to make new friends, and decide it might be a good good idea to throw your phone out the window (after this episode of course.) Take a listen, we are so glad you are here.
In this week's episode we explore the complicated dynamics of family planning. Erin grapples with the unexpected grief of not having more children, Frank shares some of his favorite traditions that his mom passed on to him, and Ernie thinks about what it would be like to adopt and grow his family. Take a listen, we are so glad you are here.
Get ready to laugh, cry, and DM us your McDonald’s order. In this episode of Love in Common we talk about impermanence, share stories about military families, and discover which one of us has the common touch. Take a listen, we are so glad you are here.
Light a candle, ring a bell, and grab a cup of something warm for this new episode of “Love in Common.” During our conversation we talk to ceremonialist Georgia Wall about how we can bring rituals into our daily lives, and how we can unlock the ceremonialist within us. Take a listen, we are so glad you are here.
Buckle Up for a brand new episode of “Love in Common.” During our conversation, Erin talks about what it was like to come out at 35 and married, Frank shares what it was like to leave the church, and Ernie talks about how he feels like he’s meeting himself for the first time. Take a listen, we are so glad you are here.
In this episode of “Love in Common” Erin co-opts a conversation about aging to discuss the unseen labor of motherhood. During the conversation we talk about gender roles, Serena Williams, and discuss why communities today aren’t set up to support families. Take a listen, we are so glad you are here!
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This week on “Love in Common” we talk about the creative journey, from the occasional financial anxiety of being a freelancer to the pure joy of releasing work that sets your soul on fire. Plus Frank outlines his theory that a life with love can have no regrets. Take a listen, we are so glad you're here.
In this bonus episode of “Love in Common” Frank, Ernie, and Erin chat after their interview with Katie Callahan (the singer, songwriter, and mom behind the stunning new album EXTRAORDINARY) about tattoos, sound baths, and how every white man gets a gay and blonde friend to explain the world to them why they turn seventy.
This week on “Love in Common” we are joined by singer, songwriter, and mom Katie Callahan who just released the album EXTRAORDINARY.
During the conversation we learn about what to do when your creative well runs dry, how the body inspired Katie to look at songwriting a new way, and listen to some clips of her gorgeous new album.
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This week on Love in Common we talk about “fame”. Frank shares what it’s like to be a nepo baby, Erin talks about how when her 15 minutes of fame ran out she had to restart the clock, and Ernie shares how being an artist sometimes means you get permission to change your name. Take a listen!
In this bonus episode of “Love in Common” we talk about the romance of everyday life, inspired by Frank’s recent viral moment when he posted a video of himself picking flowers for his wife Genie that racked up over two million views on Instagram. Erin talks about her recent date with Sal and how nice it is to have someone open the door for you (militant feminism notwithstanding), and Ernie talks about why he is grateful for the mor...
This week on “Love in Common” we talk resilience. We share why one of the best gifts you can give someone is to ask them for help, how political bullshit is draining our resilience tanks but why it’s important we still fight like hell, and Frank shares why he’s been worried about Taylor Swift. Take a listen!
Join Erin (she got her plane ticket) in Denver June 4th for the Here4TheKids event to end gun violence: https://here4thekids.c...
This week we talk to seamstress, business woman, art muse, and “Love in Common” icon Genie Shaeffer, Frank’s wife of over 50 years. During the conversation we learn about how Genie went around the world to find love, why she took charge of the family finances, and how the right ragu sauce can save a marriage. Take a listen!
In this bonus episode of “Love in Common” we finish our conversation about faith. Frank shares why he is trying to save us from Jeff Bezos, Ernie talks more about the joy of childhood superstitions, and I share my a-ha moment from a Queen Latifah Christmas Movie. Take a listen!
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