Tuesday on Lake Effect: Wisconsin Infrastructure, Outdoor Recreation Funding, Warner Grand Theatre
Tuesday on Lake Effect:
We look at Wisconsin’s overall infrastructure grade according to the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Report Card. Then, more people got outside during the pandemic and a new report looks at how that might shift funding for outdoor recreation. Astronomy contributor Jean Creighton explains how you can best see the Northern Lights in Wisconsin. Plus, we learn about some of the obstacles the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra overcame in renovating the Warner Grand Theatre. And a Lake Effect contributor shares an essay on seeing a light at the end of the tunnel for the pandemic.
- Darren Olson, vice chair of the committee on American’s infrastructure with the American Society of Civil Engineers
- Jason Stein, research director for the Wisconsin Policy Forum
- Jean Creighton, director of the Manfred Olsen Planetarium at UWM
- Mark Niehaus, president and executive director of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra; John Rolloff, senior director of operation
- Barbara Miner, local writer and producer