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Lake Effect, WUWM’s locally-produced magazine program, covers a lot of ground, focusing on your neighbors and your issues. Join the Lake Effect team as they open a window onto life in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin.

Lake Effect, WUWM’s locally-produced magazine program, covers a lot of ground, focusing on your neighbors and your issues. Join the Lake Effect team as they open a window onto life in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin.

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Milwaukee, WI

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Milwaukee PR

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Lake Effect, WUWM’s locally-produced magazine program, covers a lot of ground, focusing on your neighbors and your issues. Join the Lake Effect team as they open a window onto life in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin.

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English


Episodes

Monday on Lake Effect: Spending Stimulus Checks, Harmony Test, Geisha Coffee, Coronakindness

3/30/2020
Monday on Lake Effect: Tips on ways to make your upcoming stimulus check last. Then, we learn about the creation of the Harmony Test, a noninvasive prenatal test for birth defects. We find out what’s so special about a new, rare coffee that made its way to Milwaukee. Plus, a lesson about kindness during the Coronavirus pandemic. Guests: Tony Drake, financial planner Dr. Aoy Tomia, professor of surgery and biomedical engineering at the Medical College of Wisconsin Al Liu, Colectivo's vice...

Duration:00:52:50

Lake Effect Weekend: Death Preparedness, Bubbler Talk, Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Streaming Picks

3/28/2020
This weekend on Lake Effect : Countries around the world are struggling to bury their dead now that Coronavirus fatalities are spiking. We’ll see if Milwaukee’s deathcare is up to par. Then, we look at how the Jewish Museum Milwaukee is engaging with patrons during the pandemic. Bubbler Talk answers your questions about the Coronavirus. And we’ll tell you how a Milwaukee church is honoring a homeless man one year after his death. Plus, film contributor Ryan Jay tells us what to stream at...

Duration:00:52:55

Friday on Lake Effect: Marquette Law School Poll, Commercial Real Estate, Homelessness

3/27/2020
Friday on Lake Effect : The Marquette Law School Poll is shifting its focus to the COVID-19 pandemic. We examine how it's impacting the election and how people are reacting. Then, how the stay-at-home order and the looming recession are impacting real estate projects in the area. Then, Milwaukee’s homeless are some of the most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic, and we look at some ways to help them. Plus, we learn how a Milwaukee church is honoring a homeless man one year after his...

Duration:00:51:25

Thursday on Lake Effect: Wisconsin Fiscal Readiness, Streaming Picks, March Equinox, Family Recipes

3/26/2020
Thursday on Lake Effect : The Wisconsin Policy Forum looks at Wisconsin’s readiness for the coming recession. Then, film contributor Ryan Jay tells us what to stream at home and how the film industry and movie theaters have been impacted by the coronavirus. We talk about the changing astronomical season with Jean Creighton. Plus, our Family Recipes series learns how to make tortilla de patatas, also known as a “Spanish omelet.” Guests: Jason Stein, research director, Wisconsin Policy Forum...

Duration:00:52:23

Wednesday on Lake Effect: Inmate Health, Environmental Impact of Coronavirus, 'How Did You Do That?'

3/25/2020
Wednesday on Lake Effect : An advocacy group calls for change in the state's jails and prisons over concerns about inmate health and safety. We hear a doctor’s perspective on how the coronavirus is impacting his surgical patients. Then, we look at how the coronavirus is impacting the environment. Plus, we have the latest edition of How Did You Do That and Beats Me . Guests: David Liners, state director of WISDOM Bruce Campbell, head and cancer surgeon at Froedtert Hospital and the Medical...

Duration:00:51:25

Tuesday on Lake Effect: April Election, Death Preparedness, Senior Isolation

3/24/2020
Tuesday on Lake Effect : The chair of the Wisconsin Election Commission defends the decision to move forward with the April 7 election. We look at how it could be impacted by the “safer-at-home” order. Then, Italy’s funeral homes are struggling to keep up with respectful burial practices during the pandemic. How prepared are we in Wisconsin? And at a time when senior living facilities are being placed on lock down, we explore the effects of senior isolation. Guests: Dean Knutson, chair of...

Duration:00:51:25

Monday on Lake Effect: Blood Donations, Jewish Museum Milwaukee, 'The Girl In The Diary'

3/23/2020
Monday on Lake Effect : We speak with the chief medical officer of Versiti Blood Center to find out how blood donations are being affected by the coronavirus. Then, we look at how the Jewish Museum Milwaukee is engaging with patrons during the pandemic. And we discuss their current exhibit, which explores the life of a young woman growing up in the Lodz Ghetto, through her diary. Then, a former white supremacist describes his experience visiting a Nazi concentration camp. Guests: Dr. Thomas...

Duration:00:52:26

Lake Effect Weekend: Hospital Preparedness, CBD Testing, Tarot Cards, GERD

3/21/2020
This weekend on Lake Effect : We hear how Wisconsin hospitals are handling the COVID-19 outbreak. Then, despite the rise in popularity of CBD shops and the growing numbers of products in stores, only one has actually been approved by the FDA. We learn about the history of Tarot cards, and one practitioner explains what card readings mean to him. And, while acid reflux is generally just a mild annoyance, for some people it can be a serious issue known as GERD. Guests: Dr. Mark Kaufman, Chief...

Duration:00:52:55

Friday on Lake Effect: Coronavirus Reaction, Starting Seeds Indoors, Monk Deacon Moses

3/20/2020
Friday on Lake Effect : We speak with Milwaukee’s former director of disease control and environmental health about how the city is and should be reacting to the coronavirus. Then, gardening expert Melinda Myers gives us her tips for starting seeds indoors, and what plants to start right now. We visit a monastery near Manitowoc where a former gourmet chef now feeds pilgrims instead of New York’s rich and famous. Plus, we learn a lesson about kindness from contributor Arno Michaelis. Guests:...

Duration:00:51:22

Thursday on Lake Effect: Hospital Preparedness, CBD Testing, Tarot Cards, GERD

3/19/2020
Thursday on Lake Effect : We hear how Wisconsin hospitals are handling the COVID-19 outbreak. Then, despite the rise in popularity of CBD shops and the growing numbers of products in stores, only one has actually been approved by the FDA. We learn about the history of Tarot cards, and one practitioner explains what card readings mean to him. And, while acid reflux is generally just a mild annoyance, for some people it can be a serious issue known as GERD. Guests: Dr. Mark Kaufman, Chief...

Duration:00:52:56

Wednesday on Lake Effect: April Election, Farming Concerns, Love Your Block, Monk Deacon Moses

3/18/2020
Wednesday on Lake Effect : We look at how COVID-19 is impacting political campaigning and the April general election. Then, farming contributor Dave Kozlowski talks about the potential implications the coronavirus could have on the upcoming farming season. We explore how you can help fix blight in your neighborhood. And we visit a monastery near Manitowoc where a former gourmet chef now feeds pilgrims instead of New York’s rich and famous. Guests: Bill Glauber, reporter, Milwaukee Journal...

Duration:00:52:55

Tuesday on Lake Effect: 2020 Census, St. Patrick's Day, Geisha Coffee, 'Coronakindness'

3/17/2020
Tuesday on Lake Effect : We look at how census taking has been impacted by COVID-19 and what it could mean for the accuracy of the 2020 Census. Then, we learn about St. Patrick’s Day and it’s celebrations, which have changed dramatically during this pandemic. We learn about a new rare coffee that has made its way to Milwaukee, plus learn a lesson about kindness from contributor Arno Michaelis. Guests: Katya Spear, Mayor’s Innovation Project co-managing director Dr. Margo Anderson,...

Duration:00:52:55

Monday on Lake Effect: Colorectal Cancer Awareness, 'Prairies Lotus,' Musician Juliana Hatfield

3/16/2020
Monday on Lake Effect : In light of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, we chat with a local doctor about prevention and care. Then, author Linda Sue Park talks about her book Prairie Lotus , which examines the western frontier experience through the eyes of a Chinese-American girl. Plus, an in-studio performance by singer-songwriter Juliana Hatfield. Guests: Dr. Carrie Peterson, assistant professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin in the Division of Colorectal Surgery Linda Sue Park,...

Duration:00:52:25

Lake Effect Weekend: Coronavirus & The Global Chain Supply, US-Afghanistan War, DNC Hosting

3/14/2020
This weekend on Lake Effect : We look at how the coronavirus is impacting the supply chain for businesses locally and internationally. Then, a veteran who served three tours in Afghanistan talks about why he believes the U.S. military should withdraw troops. Plus, as preparations are underway for the 2020 DNC in Milwaukee, we look at how hosting the convention could help Democrats win Wisconsin. Guests: Martin Staples, president, Staples Consulting Sam Rogers, coalitions director for...

Duration:00:52:54

Friday on Lake Effect: Higher Ed COVID-19 Response, Citizenship & Pandemics, 10 Years Of The ACA

3/13/2020
Friday on Lake Effect : We learn what Milwaukee-area colleges and universities are doing to address COVID-19. Then, should citizenship matter in this public health crisis? And on its 10th anniversary, we discuss the impact of the Affordable Care Act on U.S. health insurance. Guests: Emily Files, WUWM education reporter Richard Keller, historian of medicine and bioethics Philip Rocco, assistant professor of political science, Marquette University Alexandr Misko, guitarist

Duration:00:51:54

Thursday on Lake Effect: Coronavirus & The Global Supply Chain, DNC Hosting, The Hughes Family Band

3/12/2020
Thursday on Lake Effect : We look at how the coronavirus is impacting the supply chain for businesses locally and internationally. Then we learn how hosting the Democratic National Convention could help Democrats win Wisconsin according to historical trends. Plus we hear music from Milwaukee’s Hughes Family Band, who say their music style is the perfect fit for your favorite corner bar. Guests: Martin Staples, president, Staples Consulting Christopher Mann, Skidmore College political...

Duration:00:51:25

Wednesday on Lake Effect: Colorectal Cancer, 'Maybe You Should Talk to Someone', Juliana Hatfield

3/11/2020
Wednesday on Lake Effect : In light of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, we chat with a local doctor about prevention and care. Then, writer and psychotherapist, Lori Gottlieb, talks about her own experiences going to therapy in her new book, ‘Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.' And while singer-songwriter Juliana Hatfield is commonly known for her influence in the indie music scene, her recent project takes a deep dive into The Police . Guests: Dr. Carrie Peterson, Medical College of...

Duration:00:50:55

Tuesday on Lake Effect: Economic Impact of COVID-19, US-Afghanistan War, Dairy Crisis

3/10/2020
Tuesday on Lake Effect : The economic domino effect of COVID-19, from the stock market to oil prices. Then, a veteran who served three tours in Afghanistan talks about why he believes the U.S. military should withdraw troops. And two local dairy farmers talk about the crises facing their industry and their heritage, here in Wisconsin. Guests: Stephen Cole, assistant professor of economics at Marquette University Sam Rogers, coalitions director for Concerned Veterans for America - Wisconsin...

Duration:00:52:53

Monday on Lake Effect: On-Site Third Ward

3/9/2020
Monday on Lake Effect : Lake Effect heads to the Cabot Theatre, one of the stages in the Broadway Theatre Center, located in the heart & soul of Milwaukee’s Third Ward. First, we speak with Imagine MKE’s David Lee about how the arts have helped shape this part of town, and the rest of Milwaukee. Then, Milwaukee Ballet’s Michael Pink tells us why the Ballet and its school made the move to the 3rd Ward, investing in a brand new building on the district’s southern end. Later, David Cecsarini of...

Duration:00:52:55

Lake Effect Weekend: Molson Coors Shooting, Bubbler Talk, 'Un-Trumping America,' Iditarod Racing

3/7/2020
This weekend on Lake Effect : The executive director of the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee reflects on the recent mass shooting at Molson Coors. Bubbler Talk explores what is being done locally to prepare for the coronavirus. Then former Obama-aide, Daniel Pffiffer, talks about his book Un-Trumping America and what he sees as the path to restoring democracy in the U.S. Plus dog musher Blair Braverman talkabout about what it's like to race in teh Iditarod. Guests: Pardeep Singh...

Duration:00:52:55