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7:30 am
Sat April 5, 2014

Fortissimo Is Not a Problem for the Knightwind Ensemble

The Knightwind Ensemble started 60 years ago as an Elk Lodge wind band.
Credit knightwind.org

Lake Effect's Bonnie North interviews Dr. Eric Janners, music director and conductor of the Knightwind Ensemble.

When we talk about classical music we usually talk about symphonic groups. Bands are for militaries and other kinds of marching, like for football game half times. But symphonic bands can be just as musically sophisticated as orchestras.

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Arts & Culture
4:34 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

World-Renowned Violinist Itzhak Perlman to Perform in Kohler

Itzhak Perlman performing at the White House in 2007. He also performed at President Obama's inauguration in 2009.
Credit Shealah Craighead, wikimedia commons

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich spoke with violin-virtuoso and music educator Itzhak Perlman.

Great violinist and educator Itzhak Perlman will play a concert Saturday evening in Kohler as part of the Kohler Foundation’s Distinguished Guest Series.

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Arts & Culture
4:17 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

Former Fashion Photographer Aims to Create 'New Standard of Beauty' Beyond Physical Differences

Photographer Rick Guidotti hopes his Positive Exposure organization will show the beauty in us all, beyond genetic differences and disorders. (From Albinism 2012)
Rick Guidotti

Lake Effect's Stephanie Lecci interviews photographer and Positive Exposure founder Rick Guidotti.

Photographer Rick Guidotti has spent his career capturing beauty on film.

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Health & Science
3:36 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

Marquette Receives $2.6 Million Dollar Grant to Research Virtue

Ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle, believed that virtue is entrenched state of character, it is dispositional, and it produces virtuous actions that are appropriately motivated and guided by practical reason.
Credit Giovanni Dall'Orto, wikicommons

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Marquette philosophy professor Nancy Snow.

A Marquette University philosophy professor has been awarded a $2.6 million dollar grant to study the development of virtue.

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Economy & Business
2:37 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

Chicago Conference Could Lure International Tourists Milwaukee's Way...Next Summer

A travel conference in Chicago this weekend could impact tourism in Milwaukee next summer.
Credit Elizabeth Gomm/Flickr

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Malcolm Smith, the General Manager of IPW, an international travel conference.

Have you planned your summer vacation yet?  It might surprise you to learn that there are people overseas who are already plotting their vacations for next year.

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