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S03 Episode 9: Lakeside Press, Printers

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The person I asked to meet with me today I contacted out of pure curiosity. I’ve driven past the lakeside press on Willy street like a million times and have never known a thing about it. And I always turn and look at it when I drive by. So I decided to contact them see if I could just come by and ask about the place. The story took so many turns as I listened. It was fascinating.

Learn more about Lakeside Press - www.lakesidepress.org

And in the pop-up interview segment, I meet Heather Rabata, a local Madison artist.

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Links:
Website - https://www.philipsalamone.com

Philip's studio - www.atwoodatelier.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/philipsalamone

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Glad we found that out. I was going to give him access to my account at first. Good thing I didn't.

A nice email.

It's so touching that we were able to help someone, even if it was just a little bit, as they go through a difficult time.