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Lake Effect: Full Show

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Rank #17 in Government category

Government
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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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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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Cover image of Lake Effect: Full Show

Lake Effect: Full Show

Updated 5 days ago

Rank #17 in Government category

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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.

Rank #1: Wednesday on Lake Effect: Short Film Festival, Baumgartner Center for Dance, 'A Thread So Fine'

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Wednesday on Lake Effect : Ahead of the 21st annual Short Film Festival this weekend, we speak with local entertainment attorney Robert Arthur about the legal issues independent filmmakers need to consider. Then, we visit the Baumgartner Center for Dance, Milwaukee Ballet’s new home in the Third Ward. And we talk with Midwest-native Susan Welch ahead of her Boswell Book Company launch of her debut novel, A Thread So Fine . Guests: Ross Bigley, founder, Milwaukee Short Film Festival; Robert Arthur, entertainment lawyer Michael Pink, artistic director, Milwaukee Ballet Susan Welch, author, A Thread So Fine
Sep 04 2019
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Rank #2: Wednesday on Lake Effect: Know Your Rights, Brainspotting, Sedan Popularity

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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. Later, we learn about body-based treatments for PTSD. And automotive contributor Mark Savage explains why the classic sedan is becoming more popular. Guests: Emilio De Torre, ACLU of Wisconsin Josh Delahan, instructor of Psychology and Ethics, Waukesha County Technical College Dan Harmon & Mark Savage, Lake Effect automotive contributors
Aug 28 2019
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Rank #3: Thursday on Lake Effect: JobLines Series, Moon Moods, Radio Chipstone, Fit For You

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Thursday on Lake Effect : We wrap up our series on the end of the JobLines, with a look at some solutions for the transit issues facing the Milwaukee-area. Then, our astronomy contributor debunks the claim that the full moon has any effect on people. Radio Chipstone wraps up with a look at how objects have been used to pigeonhole people. Plus, our Fit For You series visits The Womb Room, a place that goes beyond pre and postnatal yoga. Guests: Kevin Muhs, executive director, Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC) Jean Creighton, Lake Effect astronomy contributor Radio Chipstone Amy Kranz, founder, The Womb Room
Aug 22 2019
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Rank #4: Tuesday on Lake Effect: Japan-Wisconsin Trade, Community Events, Work-Home Segregation, 'The Big 50'

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Tuesday on Lake Effect : Japan's Chicago-based consul general Naoki Ito talks about trade between Wisconsin and Japan. Then, we learn about some of the community events happening this month in Milwaukee. Later, a study looks at the disparity between home and workplace segregation in U.S. cities. Plus, as we celebrate the Packers’ 100th season, we look back at some of the team’s most significant moments. Guests: Naoki Ito, consul general of Japan in Chicago Adam Carr, deputy editor for community engagement, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service Matthew Hall, professor of public policy, Cornell University Drew Olson, co-author, The Big 50: Men and Moments That Made The Green Bay Packers
Sep 03 2019
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Rank #5: Monday on Lake Effect: Shopping Mall Evolution, Wine Prices, The 730 Project

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Monday on Lake Effect : A look at how Bayshore Town Center in Glendale’s evolution reflects consumers’ shopping habits. Then, essayist Tom Matthews considers the wage disparity between CEOs and their workers. Our wine contributor explains why some new labor laws in California will cause higher prices for a bottle of wine. Plus, we learn about "The 730 Project" and its current feature, "Winter Layup." Guests: Tom Daykin, reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Tom Matthews, Lake Effect essayist Ray Fister, Lake Effect wine contributor Dick Blau, photographer and creator of The 730 Project; Jim Brozek, photographer, "Winter Layup"
Aug 26 2019
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Rank #6: Lake Effect Weekend: Shopping Mall Evolution, Sedans, Bubbler Talk, MKE Music Roundup

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This weekend on Lake Effect : A look at how Bayshore Town Center in Glendale’s evolution reflects consumers’ shopping habits. Then, automotive contributor Mark Savage explains why the classic sedan is becoming more popular. Bubbler Talk visits some fallout shelters, and we have this month's Milwaukee Music Roundup with Milwaukee Record’s Matt Wild. Guests: Tom Daykin, reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Mark Savage and Dan Harmon, automotive contributors Bubbler Talk Matt Wild, co-founder, Milwaukee Record
Aug 31 2019
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Rank #7: Wednesday on Lake Effect: JobLines Series, Pastor Andre Pirtle, Camp Reunite

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Wednesday on Lake Effect : We speak with the people who depend on the JobLines to get to and from work ahead of its services ending this weekend. Then, we hear from a Waukesha County supervisor on why he thinks the JobLines didn’t work. Later, a rising young pastor talks about his work with Milwaukee communities — from the homeless to youth groups. And, we explore Camp Reunite — a program that gives kids with incarcerated mothers an opportunity for family bonding. Guests: Route 57 Riders feature Paul Decker, Waukesha County Supervisor and co-chair of the Regional Transit Leadership Council Andre Pirtle, pastor, Immanuel Church in Brookfield Allison Dikanovic, reporter, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Aug 21 2019
51 mins
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