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.

chenmeister, flickr

Michael Harvey’s newest novel, The Innocence Game, is based on Northwestern University's Innocence Project.

Bill McChesney/Flickr

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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Milwaukee has done a lot to attract different water-related industries to the region to take advantage of the Great Lakes. 

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Tens of thousands of motorcyclists are expected in Milwaukee late next month to mark the 110th anniversary of Harley-Davidson.

Michael McCullough/Flickr

Our outdoor adventure contributors share some compelling reasons to camp out in your backyard this weekend.

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After hours of debate, following weeks of debate, the Wisconsin State Senate yesterday passed a proposed biennial budget for the state. 

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Free jazz. If hearing those two words together makes you close your eyes and shudder, Bruno Johnson wants to have a word.

Amy Puzia, Flickr

It seems that not a week goes by when we don't learn that Milwaukee has been named to a national list of the best things or the worst things.

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Tomorrow is national music day and at least one local musical institution is getting into the act.

Susan Bence

We travel to central Wisconsin to learn about the history of the Midwest Renewable Energy Fair.

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