Gaby Magallanes

Lake Effect Intern

Gaby Magallanes is an intern with WUWM’s Lake Effect program. She edits interviews and writes web articles based upon Lake Effect's radio interviews. Gaby will be transferring to UW-Madison in the fall as a junior and is majoring in Communication Arts.

Gaby sees her internship as a valuable first step in attaining her goal of having a life in production and music.

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Please note: This interview originally aired in June, 2013.

It's been said that you can recognize trumpeter Herb Alpert within the first three notes of a song.

Good Note Productions

Actor Sean Astin finds a new appreciation for the Great Lakes as he makes a movie in Milwaukee.

Indian Inspired Gluten-Free Cooking Facebook

For an increasing number of people in this country, Indian food plays a key role in their diet.  But at the same time, the number of people in this country who avoid gluten in their diet is growing, as well.

Photo by Corel Corporation

A UW researcher is growing increasingly concerned about the plight of the gray wolf on Wisconsin’s landscape.

Eleanor Peterson, Lake Effect

A group of young Irish musicians are showing that even trad players can get "jig"-gy with it by creating a new genre of music: Celtic funk.

rauenguitars.com

It’s been 30 years since Denny Rauen set up shop, first in the Chicago-area and then in the Milwaukee's Riverwest. Since then, he’s become an internationally-acclaimed luthier.

One of Milwaukee's biggest public health concerns is its high teen pregnancy rate.

United States Coast Guard

The shores beneath a historic lighthouse become a crime scene in a new murder mystery from Kathleen Ernst.

Gardening for All Five Senses

Aug 6, 2013
Melinda Myers

Amid the lively chaos at the Wisconsin State Fair lies a little oasis with cooler temperatures and greener horizons.

Guy F. Wicke/Flickr

Back in 2006, Matt Kemple decided that Milwaukee’s comedy scene was sparse and could benefit from expansion - thus the Milwaukee Comedy Festival was born.

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