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Lake Effect is a daily, two-hour magazine show that reflects the unique character of southeastern Wisconsin - whether it means in-depth series coverage of important issues, or interviews produced on-site to allow listeners an audio window into a place they've never been.

Lake Effect is a daily, two-hour magazine show that reflects the unique character of southeastern Wisconsin - whether it means in-depth series coverage of important issues, or interviews produced on-site to allow listeners an audio window into a place they've never been.
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Lake Effect is a daily, two-hour magazine show that reflects the unique character of southeastern Wisconsin - whether it means in-depth series coverage of important issues, or interviews produced on-site to allow listeners an audio window into a place they've never been.

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Episodes

Tuesday on Lake Effect: Vaccines, How Did You Do That?, Milwaukee Artists Resource Network

7/23/2019
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Tuesday on Lake Effect : A look at how vaccinations work and how these life-saving medicines have become victims of their own success. Then, the latest episode of our How Did You Do That? podcast on entrepreneurship and innovation. And the Milwaukee Area Artists' Network celebrates receiving a gift of $3 million. Guests: Dr. Joyce Sanchez, professor, Medical College of Wisconsin How Did You Do That? podcast Pamela Anderson and Mal Montoya, Milwaukee Artists Resource Network (MARN)

Duration:00:53:02

Monday on Lake Effect: Marquette Dean Of Engineering, The Newhall House Fire, 'Sijan' Documentary

7/22/2019
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Monday on Lake Effect : We address innovation and diversity in the engineering fields with Marquette University’s Opus Dean of Engineering, Dr. Kristina Ropella. We learn about Milwaukee’s Newhall House fire — one of the deadliest hotel fires in U.S. history. Plus, a documentary showing at the EAA tells the story of Milwaukee war hero Lance Sijan, but the film is about more than just the tragic end to his life. Guests: Dr. Kristina Ropella, Marquette University School of Engineering Matthew...

Duration:00:52:55

Lake Effect Weekend: Camp Reunite, Milwaukee Public Museum, Bubbler Talk, 'Find Your Light' gallery

7/20/2019
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This weekend on Lake Effect : We explore Camp Reunite, a program that gives kids with incarcerated mothers an opportunity for family bonding. Then, we hear from the new president and CEO of the Milwaukee Public Museum. Bubbler Talk explores the boat house on Milwaukee’s East Side. Plus, we visit Milwaukee artist Madeline Glaspey’s new art gallery and teaching space in Cudahy - Find Your Light. Guests: Allison Dikanovic, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service Dr. Ellen Censky, president and CEO...

Duration:00:51:55

Friday on Lake Effect: No Studios Dance Fest, Comedian Paul Reiser, 'The Lion King'

7/19/2019
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Friday on Lake Effect : Milwaukee’s inaugural Dance Fest this weekend features a diverse group of local and national dance companies. We chat with comedian Paul Reiser as he prepares to bring his stand up routine to the city, And a look at the technology that created Disney’s new Lion King film, which is both brand new and invisible. Guests: Ferne Caulker, founder and executive director, Ko-Thi Dance Company; Troy Powell, artistic director, Ailey II Dance Company; Beth Ridley, director of...

Duration:00:52:25

Thursday on Lake Effect: Abortion Protesters, Moon Landing History, Remembering Johnny Clegg

7/18/2019
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Thursday on Lake Effect : As anti-abortion demonstrations and abortion access counter demonstrations continue in Milwaukee, we speak with two women who represent both sides of the issue. Then, astronomer Jean Creighton talks about the many companies that made the moon landing mission possible. And we remember South African musician and activist Johnny Clegg, who died earlier this week. Guests: Lizz Winstead, political satirist and the founder of Abortion Access Front Heather Weininger,...

Duration:00:51:25

Wednesday on Lake Effect: Know Your Rights, 'If You Want to Make God Laugh,' Memory Cafes

7/17/2019
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Wednesday on Lake Effect : Emilio De Torre from the ACLU of Wisconsin explains how to ensure your rights are protected when dealing with law enforcement. Then, South African novelist Bianaca Marais talks about her new novel, If You Want to Make God Laugh. Plus, how librarians are playing a role in helping people with Alzheimer’s, and their caregivers. Guests: Emilio De Torre, direct of community engagement, ACLU of Wisconsin Bianca Marais, author, If You Want to Make God Laugh Jennifer...

Duration:00:51:55

Tuesday on Lake Effect: Anti-Abortion Protests, Rick Steves, Beats Me, 111 Milwaukee Must-Sees

7/16/2019
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Tuesday on Lake Effect : WUWM’s Maayan Silver speaks with us about yesterday’s anti-abortion protests here. Then, travel guru Rick Steves discusses what his company has done to reduce their carbon footprint from sending travelers across the globe. Our Beats Me series looks at the future of 5G wireless in Wisconsin, and a new book about Milwaukee places goes beyond the obvious. Guests: Maayan Silver, WUWM Rick Steves, travel guide Beats Me (series) Michelle Madden, author; Janet McMillan,...

Duration:00:51:55

Monday on Lake Effect: Camp Reunite, 'Raise in Captivity,' 'American Advertising Cookbooks'

7/15/2019
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Monday on Lake Effect : We explore Camp Reunite, a program that gives kids with incarcerated mothers an opportunity for family bonding. We chat with best selling author Chuck Klosterman about his latest book, Raised in Captivity: Fictional Nonfiction . And author Christina Ward talks about America's embrace of processed and shelf stable foods, and the continued legacy of food advertising. Guests: Allison Dikanovic, reporter, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service Chuck Klosterman, author,...

Duration:00:51:55

Lake Effect Weekend: VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, Garden Pests, Bubbler Talk, 'The Gospel Of Eureka'

7/13/2019
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This weekend on Lake Effect : Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie recently visited Milwaukee, and we follow up with him about takeaways from his trip. Then, our gardening contributor gives tips for planting and pest management after Milwaukee’s very damp spring. We learn more about why there are so many motels on South 27th Street from the latest episode of Bubbler Talk. Plus, we talk to the directors of a new PBS documentary that looks at how one southern town embraces both...

Duration:00:51:25

Friday on Lake Effect: Restoring Movie Palaces, Milwaukee Migrant Event, Outdoor Dining

7/12/2019
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Friday on Lake Effect : The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ’s Tom Daykin reports on the efforts to restore some of Milwaukee’s movie palaces. Then, a local event in support of the Close the Camps movement, features a display of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph — detained in an ICE facility. Essayist Mel Miskimen wonders if she’s become too callous, and dining critic Ann Christenson shares one of her favorite outdoor dining spots. Guests: Tom Daykin, reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Julio Guerrero,...

Duration:00:50:55

Thursday on Lake Effect: LULAC, Women Wage Peace, Melinda Myers, Radio Chipstone, Bastille Days

7/11/2019
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Thursday on Lake Effect : We learn about the issues on the minds of The League of United Latin American Citizens conference attendees. Plus we meet two Israeli women, one Druze, the other Jewish, working to make peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Then, our gardening contributor talks about planting and pest management, after Milwaukee’s very damp spring. Explore Milwaukee’s French connection in time for Bastille Days, and contributor Gianofer Fields travels to the Dells by way of the...

Duration:00:52:56

Wednesday on Lake Effect: Wisconsin's K-12 Budget, Police Recruiting, 'The Gospel of Eureka'

7/10/2019
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Wednesday on Lake Effect : A look at the wins and losses for K-12 education in the new state budget. Then, how recent police deaths are affecting new recruits. Later, a study analyzes the disparity between home and workplace segregation in U.S. cities. And a new PBS documentary looks at how love, religion and civil rights are expressed between evangelical Christians and the LGBTQ population in Eureka Springs, Ark. Guests: Emily Files, WUWM education reporter Eugene Reyes, director, MATC’s...

Duration:00:50:52

Tuesday on Lake Effect: US Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Lion Defenders, Poet Margaret Rozga

7/9/2019
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Tuesday on Lake Effect : Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie talks about the challenges facing U.S. veterans and recent reforms meant to solve some of these issues. Then, a Wisconsin-native discusses his work defending the lion population in Tanzania and shifting cultural attitudes. And we look at the evolution of Margaret Rozga's poetry, Wisconsin's most recent poet laureate. Guests: Robert Wilkie, U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs BenJee Cascio, human/wildlife conflict manager,...

Duration:00:51:23

Monday on Lake Effect: 'Rise Up!,' Sculpture Milwaukee, 'Lulu & Rocky In Milwaukee'

7/8/2019
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Monday on Lake Effect : Theater critic and author Chris Jones explains the many things that make Hamilton unique among Broadway shows. Then, we talk with the artist responsible for turning the Chase Building atrium into a jungle of flowers. Plus, how writer Barbara Joose and illustrator Renee Graffe wanted to depict Milwaukee in just the right way for a new children’s book. Guests: Chris Jones, author, Rise Up: Broadway and American Society from ‘Angels in America’ to ‘Hamilton’ Carlos...

Duration:00:51:55

Lake Effect Weekend: On-Site in Cedarburg

7/6/2019
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This weekend on Lake Effect : We re-broadcast the latest in our On-Site series from Cedarburg, which was ahead of the city's annual Strawberry Festival. We were joined by the founder of the festival and the winery that made it all happen. Then, meet the people working to attract and help women get more comfortable with road cycling. Learn about some of the work going on at the Mequon Nature Center, and the band Chicken Wire Empire brings their heartfelt, bluegrass harmonies to the show....

Duration:00:52:54

Friday on Lake Effect: National Parks Guide, Boswell Books Summer Reading List, Summer Bucket List

7/5/2019
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Friday on Lake Effect : A former backpacking and hiking guide writes her own guidebook to all 59 national parks - making them even more accessible for anyone to enjoy. Outdoor adventure writer Stacy Tornio and her son Jack speak in praise of the summer bucket list for their new book. Plus, we have a busy summer books segment for a busy Milwaukee summer - from books for Bastille Days to Irish Fest and even Zoo a la Carte. Guests: Becky Lomax, author, Moon USA National Parks: The Complete...

Duration:00:51:53

Wednesday on Lake Effect: Milwaukee County OEM, National Cricket Competition, Musician Brett Newski

7/3/2019
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Wednesday on Lake Effect : Milwaukee County’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is responsible for the smooth running of many things, including our paramedics. Founding director, Christine Westrich, how OEM operates. Then, as Milwaukee prepares to host the first national cricket league competition, we learn about the sport. And even though musician Brett Newski has performed all over the world, he explains why he's happy to call Milwaukee home. Guests: Christine Westrich, founding...

Duration:00:52:55

Tuesday on Lake Effect: International Joint Commission, HPV Vaccine, Beats Me, Milwaukee Pets

7/2/2019
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Tuesday on Lake Effect : Representatives for the International Joint Committee kick off their Great Lakes tour in Milwaukee. Then, why HPV vaccination rates remain low and the overall impact of the virus. Beats Me looks at the lack of black male physicians and how that affects patient outcomes. And Milwaukee Magazine’s pet feature explores the appeal of non-traditional pets, like scorpions and cockroaches. Guests: Jane Corwin, U.S. chair, International Joint Commission; Pierre Béland,...

Duration:00:51:55

Monday on Lake Effect: SCOTUS Gerrymandering Decision, On That Note, 'Poison Pen'

7/1/2019
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Monday on Lake Effect : The U.S. Supreme Court recently found that partisan gerrymandering cases are non-justiciable by federal courts. Expert David Daley explains that decision and what it will mean for the future of gerrymandering. Then, cellist Robert Cohen talks about how his aging body impacts his work. Essayist JF Riordan pleads for public quiet, and novelist Bill Zaferos explains how a period of bipolar mania fueled his new novel. Guests: David Daley, author, Ratf**ked: Why Your Vote...

Duration:00:51:25

Lake Effect Weekend: Historian John Gurda, LGBTQ Medical Inclusion Clinic, Chagall's Le Cirque

6/29/2019
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This weekend on Lake Effect : John Gurda has become synonymous with Milwaukee history, but today we’ll talk to him about his own history. Then, we talk with the medical director of the Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin Inclusion Health Clinic, the first here to focus on the needs of the LGBTQ community. Plus we chat with the painter Marc Chagall’s granddaughter about his circus works currently on view in Milwaukee. Guests: John Gurda, historian Dr. Andrew Petroll, Medical Director...

Duration:00:51:02