Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews John and Carole Barrowman.
Have you ever looked at a painting in an art gallery and wished you could become part of the world the artist created? Certainly, it’d be nice to spend some time in Claude Monet’s world, and it would be an adventure to make your way through an M.C. Esher drawing.
Although the U.S. Supreme Court upheld it this year, the fate of the president’s health care overhaul was uncertain until the election. Governors, such as Wisconsin’s Scott Walker, put off implementing portions of the Affordable Care Act until after the vote, hoping the law would fall, if the president did. However, despite Obama’s victory last week, Gov. Walker has not yet made public his plans for meeting a key demand of the law. As WUWM’s Ann-Elise Henzl reports, interested parties are waiting, as a deadline approaches.
This afternoon in Waukesha, members of SC Waukesha will play an exhibition soccer game at Saratoga Park. That wouldn't normally be enough to attract a lot of attention outside the friends and family members of the players themselves. But this match will look a lot different than the dozens of other soccer games played around southeast Wisconsin on any given afternoon.
Lake Effect's Bonnie North interviews Radiolab hosts Robert Krulwich and Jad Abumrad.
Fans of public radio are well acquainted with the show Radiolab. It’s too simple to call it a show about ideas, but that’s a good start. Heard around the country on more than 300 radio station, the show has tackled such topics as falling, music, color and whether exploding atomic bombs affect beer quality.