Monday on Lake Effect:
We learn how Wisconsinites turn out to be a pretty generous bunch. Then, the Wisconsin Policy Forum examines relatively noncontroversial 2019 budgets at the city and county level in Milwaukee. Poet Andrea Gibson wishes more people would turn out at poetry readings. Plus, writer Kim Suhr’s new collection of short fiction and the Public Museum’s focus on frogs.
- Tony Shields, president and CEO and Caty Bulgrin, director of operations and research, Wisconsin Philanthrophy Network
- Rob Henken, president of the Wisconsin Policy Forum
- Andrea Gibson, poet
- Kim Suhr, local writer
- Dr. Ellen Censky, interim president and CEO, Milwaukee Public Museum