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
1:12 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

Who's Who Among Milwaukee Chefs

Milwaukee chefs seem to have their fingers in a lot of pots.
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon interviews dining critic Ann Christenson.

For such an unassuming culinary city, Milwaukee is gaining steam in the trendy restaurant scene - thanks to its chefs.

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Arts & Culture
5:45 pm
Wed June 19, 2013

Since When Do Running Races Include Mud, Costumes and Monkey Bars?

Races aren't just for elite runners anymore - many have become now social and community events.
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A writer and runner chronicles the evolution of competitive running, from races to events.

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World
3:27 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

Privacy Questions Linger After NSA Surveillance Leak

President Obama speaks with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper while attending the G8 summit in Northern Ireland.
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews foreign policy analyst Art Cyr.

In the wake of the NSA surveillance leak, many Americans are outraged and asking, "Do we live in a big brother state?"

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Economy & Business
3:31 pm
Wed June 5, 2013

Koss Corp. Keeps Quality in Mind While Reinventing Headphones

The original SP3 Stereophones introduced by Koss in 1958.
Credit Koss Corporation

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Michael Koss, CEO of Milwaukee headphone maker Koss Corporation.

They seem ubiquitous now. At the gym, on the bus, in the grocery store, headphones are part of our aural landscape.

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Education
2:58 pm
Wed May 22, 2013

What Parents Want in Afterschool Programs

A new report details what parents look for in afterschool programs for their kids.
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Anneliese Dickman of the Public Policy Forum on afterschool programs.

A new report says convenience trumps quality for parents when it comes to picking an afterschool program.

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