Friday on Lake Effect: U.S.-Cuba Relations, Guitar Festival, and 'Since You Never Asked'
Friday on Lake Effect:
We bring you the latest update the long story of Waukesha and its effort to tap into Lake Michigan. Then, relations between the US and Cuba continue to thaw, which upsets a few people, but it’s met with a shrug from many others. Plus, when more than 400 black men and boys wore tuxedos to an event in December – it was a remarkable day for them, but also a photographer that documented their day. We’ll preview the Guitar Festival at Latino Arts and debut a new series from Lake Effect essayist Jonathan West called, “Since You Never Asked.”
- Susan Bence, WUWM’s Environmental Reporter
- Art Cyr, Carthage College
- Sara Stathas and Dan Simmons, Milwaukee Magazine
- Dinorah Marquez and Ivan Resendiz, Latino Arts Guitar Festival
- Jonathan West, Contributor and essayist
- Public Speaks Out About Waukesha Proposal to Divert Lake Michigan Water
- U.S. and Cuba Relations Continue to Improve
- 'Well Suited': Milwaukee Magazine's Photo Essay on 500 Black Tuxedos Event
- ‘From Bamba to Bach’: Latino Arts Guitar Festival Teaches About The Power Of Music
- Since You Never Asked: "I Would Like to Thank the Little People…"