When you’re the parent of a small child, there are certain milestones in the physical and mental development you tend to look out for. But beyond the obvious one – things like walking and talking – are some more subtle markers of a child’s development.
Milwaukee’s proposed streetcar project has hit a bump in the road. The Legislature’s Joint Finance committee Thursday approved a provision in the Public Service Commission’s budget, that would shift any related costs for the streetcar from utility ratepayers to the city.
Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews author Chris Johnson about his new book on the creation of national forests.
As the weather gets nicer, millions of Americans will take to hiking in national forests, trading in the company of man for the company of trees. But as more people take advantage of forests, the increased foot-traffic may actually pose a threat to these natural resources.
The Montreal-based ensemble, Masques, brings you back to a time of powdered wigs and elaborate costumes. The Masques’ concert at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Saturday night will bring audiences back to the court of King Louis XV through the performance of the music of Rameau and his contemporaries.
Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews mathematical biologist Dr. Carlos Castillo-Chavez.
A common complaint among school kids who don't want to learn their math is that it's not important in the real world. While there is a lot of theory in math, a growing body of researchers are proving this notion wrong by applying math in some surprisingly relevant ways.