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12:28 pm
Thu April 25, 2013

Local A Cappella Group Out to Cause "Treble" (In a Good Way)

The Mil Town Treblemakers (with Lake Effect's MItch Teich) outside the WUWM studios.
Credit Lake Effect

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews A Cappella group Mil Town Treblemakers.

Styles of music rise and fall in popularity.  Remember disco?  Or if you’re too young, do you remember “Reggaeton”?  Or "Emo?"

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Environment
12:00 am
Thu April 25, 2013

Parting Thoughts From a Natural Resources Advocate

Outgoing chair David Clausen at a recent meeting of the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board.
Credit Susan Bence

Environmental Reporter Susan Bence interviews David Clausen.

Unless you’ve “rubbed shoulders with it” – the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board may mean nothing to you.

Yet the roots of the seven-member panel created to serve as a bridge between natural resources policy and the good of the people – date back to 1867.

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Environment
12:00 am
Wed April 24, 2013

Bay View Compost Concept Picks Up Steam

Kompost Kids team - Melissa Tashjian second from right - on compost pile maintenance day.
Credit Susan Bence

Americans create waste. According to the EPA, in 2010 we - cumulatively – generated about 250 million tons of trash. However, we’re also becoming better at keeping garbage out of landfills.

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Regional
11:29 am
Tue April 23, 2013

Why Bean Balls Don't Lead to Jail Time

San Diego Padre Carlos Quentin charges Los Angeles Dodger Zach Greinke in a game.
Credit Denis Poroy, Getty Images

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley interviews Professor Matt Mitten, the director of the National Sports Law Institute at Marquette University.

San Diego Padre Carlos Quentin returns from suspension today. He’s eligible to play against the Milwaukee Brewers tonight.

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Environment
12:00 am
Tue April 23, 2013

Variation on a Theme - Safeguarding the Future of Small Creatures

Barb Agnew advocates for wildlife and plant habitat.
Credit Susan Bence

There is growing international concern about the future of ecosystems – from coral reefs to the arctic circle.


WUWM Environmental Reporter Susan Bence found both local people determined to protect small creatures - one the Monarch butterfly, the other honeybees. Her first stop, was at the Milwaukee County grounds – in Wauwatosa.

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