Friday on Lake Effect:
Malcolm Gladwell discusses how what we traditionally think of as advantages may in fact work against us, and how obstacles can often be what inspires us to overcome. Then, how common are crimes like this week’s theft of a Stradivarius violin? A specialist in solving fine art theft discusses the crime. We’ll learn how the Harambee neighborhood is on the rise. And a coalition works on behalf of urban agriculture, as its importance is recognized.
- Malcolm Gladwell Says We Got the Story of David and Goliath All Wrong
- FBI Art Crimes Unit Working on Milwaukee Case of Stolen Stradivarius Violin
- PHOTOS: Bus Tour Shows Off New Developments in Milwaukee's Harambee Neighborhood
- New Milwaukee Institute Pulls Together Expertise to Create Urban Food Systems