Dan Harmon

Lake Effect Producer

Dan Harmon has been with WUWM since the launch of At 10 in 1999. Now with Lake Effect, Dan is responsible for much of the technical side of producing a daily magazine show, from selecting the music that accompanies interviews, to the actual editing and mixing of the complete show. Dan can also be heard on air, interviewing guests on subjects ranging from movies to architecture.

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Arts & Culture
4:02 pm
Thu August 22, 2013

India Fest Becomes Milwaukee's Newest Ethnic Festival

India Fest Milwaukee will take its place among the city's other large-scale ethnic and cultural celebrations this Saturday.
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon interviews the founders of India Fest, Milwaukee's newest ethnic festival.

For many, it would not be summer in Milwaukee without our lineup of ethnic festivals. 

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Arts & Culture
3:11 pm
Wed August 21, 2013

Where to Eat on the Cheap in Milwaukee

Our dining critic says you can eat out cheaply - and well - in Milwaukee.
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon interviews dining critic Ann Christenson.

Is it possible to eat out and not break the bank? Dining contributor Ann Christenson says yes - and you don't even have to eat fast food, or at the buffet restaurant, or even at a church supper.

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Politics & Government
12:37 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

What Homer Simpson Can Teach Us About Politics

A new book looks at the intersection of pop culture and political theory.
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon interviews Joseph Foy and Dean Kowalski about the book, "Homer Simpson Ponders Politics: Popular Culture as Political Theory."

The idea that pop culture is filled with parables and stories beneath the surface is nothing new.

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Economy & Business
1:46 pm
Mon August 19, 2013

Does 'Range Anxiety' Stop You from Buying an Electric Car?

Lake Effect parental figure Al Teich, in front of his Tesla
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon chats with auto contributor Mark Savage.

When Chevrolet unveiled its electric car, the Volt, in this country, its TV commercials reassured would-be buyers that the car also has a gas tank, so it can still get them home if the batteries die.

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Economy & Business
10:56 am
Tue August 6, 2013

Does a Skills Gap Exist?

Potential employees and employers are both hurt by skill gap
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Dan Harmon speaks with Erik Gunn on the skills gap

We've been hearing about the skills gap in manufacturing for a long time. But, is it real?

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Arts & Culture
10:00 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Diners Debate Breastfeeding at the Table

A mother breastfeeds her child at a restaurant.
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Few topics seem to galvanize public debate quite as much as breastfeeding in public.

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Arts & Culture
10:00 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Laughter Roars for Boulevard Theatre's 'Tigers Be Still'

The Boulevard Theatre premieres its run of Tigers Be Still
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon talks with Artistic Director Mark Bucher.

What do you get when you combine a jobless art therapy graduate, a kleptomaniac teenager with anger management issues, and a tiger on the loose?

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Arts & Culture
1:23 pm
Mon July 22, 2013

Twin Brother Debuts Natural, Feel-Good Sound

Milwaukee band Twin Brother includes musicians Sean Raasch and Tyler Nelson.
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon interviews musician Sean Raasch of Twin Brother.

Twin Brother marks a "starting over point" with a new album.

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Arts & Culture
3:23 pm
Thu July 18, 2013

Not All Summer Films are Blockbusters: Lake Effect talks Movies with Dave Luhrssen

While summer is usually the time for Hollywood blockbusters, that doesn’t mean there aren’t other good films to be seen during the hot months. Plenty of alternatives are available for the non-teenaged film-goer.

Contributor Dave Luhrssen joins Lake Effect's Dan Harmon to talk about two of these films, beginning with Woody Allen’s newest, Blue Jasmine. Allen is normally associated with New York City, but for the past few films his locales have been in Europe. In Blue Jasmine, he’s back in this country, but on the opposite coast in San Francisco.

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Economy & Business
3:08 pm
Mon July 15, 2013

Cars' Gadgets & Gizmos: When Not Everything Goes Vroom

Ah, the simplicity of cars in time gone by.
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon interviews auto contributor Mark Savage.

In a world of modern accommodations every new gadget and gizmo is made to provide convenience, through regularly it comes with added confusion and expenditures.

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