Wednesday on Lake Effect:
Former U.S. Attorney Jim Santelle reflects on three decades in public service and the investigation that led him to resign two years ago. Then, actor Sonia Manzano talks about her time playing "Maria" on Sesame Street and the lasting impact on the children's show. Plus, an exhibit at the Racine Art Museum features pieces from the Works Progress Administration, a federal program that helped employ artists during the Great Depression.
- Jim Santelle, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
- Sonia Manzano, actor who formerly played "Maria" on Sesame Street
- Bruce Pepich, executive director and curator of collections, Racine Art Museum