At Mamie's on 33rd & National, watching the Packers win the NFC North championship. (All photos by Adam Carr)
Morning after a light snow on Fond Du Lac.
Led by Voces De La Frontera, more than 1,000 people marched from Walker’s Point to the Milwaukee County Courthouse to call attention to a wide range of causes related to immigrant rights.
Dusk at a frozen Menomonee Valley River.
On Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Body & Soul Healing Arts Center, Venice Williams (center, wearing red) addresses the assembled community members before lunch begins.
An afternoon at Coffee Makes You Black.
The neon sign at Vientiane Noodle Shop, which participated in the popular "Phobruary" promotion in Silver City.
A makeshift memorial on Burleigh Street.
The rousing finale at the 4th annual Milwaukee Gospel Jubilee at Turner Hall.
From America's Black Holocaust Museum's Founder's Day event at Milwaukee Public Library's Centennial Hall. Experts from around the country led a challenging day-long program with a focus on the history of lynching in America.
Thousands attended the Menomonee Valley Urban Ecology Center's first candlelight hike in Three Bridges Park.
A local landmark in the Walnut Hill neighborhood.
Walnut Circle on a snowy day.
A street scene on the near South Side.
An evening at The Tandem in the Lindsay Heights neighborhood.
At All People's Church in Harambee, Pastor Steve Jerbi dedicates a mural recently completed by Tia Richardson (far left) entitled "The Love That Holds Us."
While the weather may not be cooperating yet, it’s officially spring in Milwaukee. To mark the passing of the season, this photo gallery takes a look back at the first quarter of 2017 in our neighborhoods.