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Moving to Milwaukee in 1998, Lora quickly adapted to and embraced big city living. A graduate of Carthage College and Marquette University Law School, Lora clerked for the Hon. Diane Sykes at the Wisconsin Supreme Court, worked as a litigator in private practice, and most recently was employed as a development officer for the MACC Fund.

In all of her experiences, time was focused on writing which has been a passion since junior high school. A series of food service industry jobs both before and after law school taught her that bringing out the human side in any story is key to great storytelling and good writing.

A die-hard east side girl, you'll usually find Lora down by the lake or on the Oakleaf. She's an avid photographer, and sometimes storm chaser.

Hobbies include biking, gardening, cross country skiing, swimming, blogging, and of course working on her fictionalized autobiography--fictionalized, because whose life is really interesting enough to fill 400 pages?

She's in IMDb. Look her up.

Recent Articles
 Music - July 23, 2018
 Morgan Wallen talks his fast rise to country fame and his "Tennessee Waterslide"
 OnMilwaukee had the chance to sit down with Morgan Wallen during Country Thunder in Twin Lakes to learn a little more about the one of the freshest faces in country music today.
 Music - July 23, 2018
 Luke Bryan brings Country Thunder to an electric, high-energy close
 I'm not gonna lie: day four of Country Thunder is always a blast, but it's one of those blasts where you feel like you've been through the wringer. That said, day four left the other three in the dust.
 Music - July 22, 2018
 Toby Keith powers through a muddy Country Thunder day 3 with patriotism
 It has come to feel like it's not a successful Country Thunder experience if there's not at least a little mud. So even before Toby Keith hit the stage Saturday night, no matter what else happened from there, we had a successful day.
 Festival Guide - July 21, 2018
 Dierks Bentley and day two of Country Thunder fight off frightful weather
 Just before Dierks Bentley took the stage, it began to rain - again. Never a full torrential downpour, but a decently steady rain. But in absolutely no way did it dampen anyone's spirits. And Bentley embraced it and didn't give in to it.
 Music - July 21, 2018
 Ashley McBryde talks the state of country and fan-girling over Reba
 I was lucky enough to be able to sit down with singer-songwriter Ashley McBryde before her Country Thunder set to ask her a few questions about where she's been and where's she's going.
 Music - July 20, 2018
 Sam Hunt and company start Country Thunder with a stellar day one show
 From terrific opening acts to Sam Hunt's headliner-worthy show and Mother Nature stealing the show near the end, day one of Country Thunder roared into Wisconsin with style and song.
 Music - July 18, 2018
 Country Thunder storms into Wisconsin this weekend
 Country Thunder rolls into Twin Lakes on Thursday afternoon and runs through Sunday night, packing a whopping 36 different acts between the Main Stage and the Boathouse Cabana. Here's everything you need to know before they play the first note.
 Festival Guide - July 8, 2018
 After a surprise Amp appearance, Hunter Hayes owned his own stage Saturday night
 "I'm so grateful you're here. God bless you for showing up!" Hunter Hayes shouted out to the crowd at the BMO Harris Pavilion on Saturday night at Summerfest. A lot of artists give shout-outs to the crowd, but Hunter Hayes made gratefulness one of the themes of the night.
 Festival Guide - July 7, 2018
 Blake Shelton comes alive for his Amp headlining return
 With a troupe of incredibly talented musicians, crazy lights, lots of drinking - and drinking songs - and a surprise appearance by Hunter Hayes, Shelton's 2018 Summerfest appearance brought the house down.
 Festival Guide - July 6, 2018
 Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit manage to outdo themselves at Summerfest
 When Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit were in Milwaukee at the end of January, I thought there was no way an Isbell show could get any better. Man, was I wrong. Seriously wrong. Because on Thursday night at the BMO Harris Pavilion, it was fantastic.

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