Monday on Lake Effect: Milwaukee rent hikes, 'The Loyola Project,' summer festivals & events, four-toed salamander
Today on Lake Effect, we look at the rising cost of rent in Milwaukee and what it means for residents. Then, the filmmakers of The Loyola Project share the cultural impact of the 1963 Ramblers team. We give a rundown of this summer’s many festivals and events. Plus, tell you about a rare four-toed salamander discovered in a new region of Wisconsin, by UW-Milwaukee students. And learn about MATC's Uniquely Abled program.
- Yaidi Cancel Martinez, associate scientist at the Center for Economic Development and works in the department of urban planning at UW-Milwaukee
- Lucas Williamson, co-writer and narrator of The Loyola Project; Patrick Creadon, director
- Matt Wild, co-founder of Milwaukee Record
- Joey Cannizzaro, graduate student in biology; Morgan Schmanski, conservation and environmental sciences student at UW-Milwaukee
Terry Wezyk, machine tool instructor at MATC; Ethan Tutaj-Blaz, student at MATC