Nathan Royster

Lake Effect Intern

Son, Brother, Intern. Nathan is a graduate of UW-Milwaukee with a degree in English-Creative Writing.

He enjoys reading on the couch.


Arts & Culture
7:14 pm
Wed December 11, 2013

Forget Peanuts and Cracker Jacks: Baseball Souvenirs Were Invented in Milwaukee

Merchandise sold at Milwaukee Brewers game
Eyton Z/Flickr

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews sportswriter Steve Rushin.

Everybody wants a piece of baseball history, but it turns out, souvenirs are a unique part of the game's story in their own right.

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6:00 am
Thu November 28, 2013

Bestselling Vegetarian Cookbook Author Eats Meat

Bestselling vegetarian cookbook author Mollie Katzen says she wants to help people rethink what should be at the heart of their plates.

Lake Effect's Nathan Royster interviews cookbook author Mollie Katzen.

Since the late 1970s, The Moosewood Cookbook has been considered perhaps the most influential vegetarian cookbook ever written. But its author doesn't consider herself as a vegetarian.

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2:05 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Stone Creek Spills the Beans on Selecting the Best Coffee

Lake Effect's Nathan Royster tours Stone Creek Coffee's 5th Street Factory with Christian Ott.

When it comes to coffee, most of us are thinking no further than brewing and drinking it.

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3:52 pm
Mon October 14, 2013

Guide Explores Milwaukee's 'Cosmo Corner'

Travel writer Tom Pilarzyk explores Milwaukee's "cosmo corner."
Credit Boswell Books

Lake Effect's Nathan Royster interviews travel guide writer Tom Pilarzyk.

For those of you who think you know Milwaukee pretty well, Tom Pilarzyk would like to challenge that notion.

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Arts & Culture
11:56 am
Fri October 11, 2013

Filmmaker Finds Meaning in India

Steve Hoover's "Blood Brother" documentary on an orphanage for HIV positive children
Credit Steve Hoover

Steve Hoover talks with Lake Effect's Dan Harmon about his new documentary.

There are a lot of movies out there about protagonists trying to find themselves in exotic locations, like India – think Eat, Pray, Love.

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