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.

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Arts & Culture
4:02 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Jason Seed Stringtet Keeps it Loose

The Jason Seed Stringtet will perform in Bay View Thursday night.
Credit Karen Allbright

Lake Effect's Bonnie North interviews members of the Jason Seed Stringtet.

The genre-bending The Jason Seed Stringtet blends jazz, folk, and classical elements – but keeps it all feeling timeless.

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Books
3:46 pm
Fri July 5, 2013

Author Rediscovers Home in 'Map of Tulsa'

Benjamin Lytal's debut novel
Credit Penguin Books

Lake Effect's Nathan Royster interviews author Benjamin Lytal.

Life can be a series of forked roads that keep us thinking, What would I be now if I had gone that other way instead?

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Regional
3:20 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Reporter: Few New Details in Milwaukee Archdiocese Papers

A religion reporter weighs in on whether the released documents contain new information about what the Catholic Church knew.
Credit Eric Chan/Flickr

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews religion reporter Marie Rohde about the recent developments in the Milwaukee clergy sex abuse cases.

The Milwaukee archdiocese released hundreds of documents related to the clergy sex abuse cases - did they really contain bombshells?

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Arts & Culture
7:18 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Wisconsinites Make Last Stand at Gettysburg

Barlow's Knoll after the first day of battle at Gettysburg
Credit Wiki Media Commons

Lake Effect's Civil War historian Thomas Martin Sobottke tells the story of Wisconsin soldiers fighting in the Battle of Gettysburg.

One hundred fifty years ago, over the first 3 days of July, one of the fiercest and most important battles of the American Civil War was fought.

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Arts & Culture
1:17 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

Four Rules for (Polite) Outdoor Dining

Dining al fresco is refreshing - so long as patrons behave.
Credit IntangibleArts/Flickr

Eating outside often feels more casual than sitting in a restaurant, or like you're partaking at a fancy barbeque.

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