Wednesday on Lake Effect: State of the Union Analysis, Oak Creek Development, Lidia Bastianich
Wednesday on Lake Effect:
Today on the show, we’ll give a closer look to President Obama’s final State of the Union address last night. Plus, the city of Oak Creek breathes new life into the center of town – and in a way that doesn’t put a dent into its residents’ wallets. Why aging people often resist selling the family home and downsizing, even though they know they should. And one of the most experienced Italian chefs in America talks about why she’s still learning after more than four decades.
- Lilly Goren, Carroll Univeristy
- Susan Bence & Ann-Elise Henzel, WUWM
- Avi Lank, essayist
- Bruce Nemovitz, author & senior real estate specialist
- Lidia Bastianich, chef, host & author
- Three Takeaways from Obama's Last State of the Union
- WUWM's Oak Creek Series:
- How Oak Creek Pulled Off the Rebirth of a Huge, Abandoned Industrial Property
- Recreating A Suburb: Oak Creek Seizes Opportunity To Develop Town Center
- Wetland Restored as Part of Oak Creek's Main Street Development
- Essay: What Is it Worth?
- How to Help Aging Parents Make Difficult Decisions
- Lidia Bastianich Makes Italian Cooking Simple & "From the Heart"