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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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We decided to meet at the Monona Terrace during the Mini Makers Fair.

But the pop-up interview I’m going to play for you this week took place just a few weeks ago when Merijoy and I had visited Browsers Bookstore on state street. After meeting the woman that worked there we just had to come back and talk to her again, because she was kind of awesome.

See the animated short "A Valkyrie's Tale" on YouTube - https://youtu.be/LR6MB_4TeRM

Now hiring.

When they take it down I bet I'll still look for it.

Sayings.

It kinda made me a little sad when he told me.