Thursday on Lake Effect:
A former policy advisor to Robert Kennedy describes what he sees as the criminalization of poverty in America. Then, one scientist looks at competing views of the impact of a proposed golf course development in Kohler. Theatre critic Dave Begel discusses some of the latest series of Fall season openings on stages around Milwaukee. Plus, how a picture of NASA scientist Margaret Hamilton sitting next to a stack of computer code gave a Madison children’s book author the idea for his latest book.
- Peter Edelman, Georgetown Law School
- Quentin Carpenter, wetlands expert
- Dave Begel, theatre critic
- Dean Robbins, author, Margaret and the Moon