Friday on Lake Effect: Medical Humanities, 'The Next American City,' 'Miss Bennet,' Bubbler Talk

Nov 15, 2018

Friday on Lake Effect:

A look at how the humanities - arts, philosophy and other non-science fields - benefits medical science. Then, the former mayor of Oklahoma City discusses why he believe the success of the country is linked to the success of mid-sized metropolitan areas. Then, we learn more about the play Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley on stage at the Milwaukee Rep. Plus, Bubbler Talk explores why there are no higher speed rails in Wisconsin.


  • Jay Baruch, emergency room physician and director of the Medical Humanities and Bioethics Scholarly Concentration at Brown University’s Alpert Medical School
  • Mick Cornett, former mayor of Oklahoma City and author of The Next American City: The Big Promise of Our Midsize Metros
  • Rebecca Hurd and Kimberly Senior, Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, Milwaukee Rep
  • Bubbler Talk