Monday on Lake Effect:
We examine the rise of right-wing populist movements in Europe, and how they compare to current politics in the United States. Later, an 86-year old Grafton man shares the chilling story of the day the Germans marched into town before World War II. We stop by a historic building and a Milwaukee workspace that is trying to connect start-up entrepreneurs across a wide spectrum. Plus, a performance by singer-songwriter Glen Phillips.
- Irene Braam, executive director, Bertelsmann Foundation
- Skip Eernisse, lifelong resident of Grafton; Nick Schanen, Grafton Historical Society
- Kenzi Enright, community curator, Ward4
- Glen Phillips, singer-songwriter