Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service has launched a new community photography feature, Neighborhood Lens, with a pop-up photo gallery on Chavez Drive. The photos were taken by people who live or work on the South Side street.
FacebookTwitteremail About Volunteer Wisconsin AmeriCorps AmeriCorps, often referred to as a domestic Peace Corps, places individuals within communities to give a year of their life to serving others. Volunteer Wisconsin AmeriCorps places full-time members with host sites (nonprofit organizations) throughout the state of Wisconsin to help “Get Things Done”. The Volunteer Wisconsin AmeriCorps program is […]
FacebookTwitteremail At All-Star Car Wash on Vliet Street, they do more than clean vehicles — they sell tables. This summer, James Dukes hopes many outdoor diners will enjoy a meal with friends and family around the picnic tables he and the crew at All-Star Car Wash put together. FacebookTwitteremail
FacebookTwitteremail Ricardo Castillo, co-owner of Finca Realty, recently purchased a building on 36th and Pierce in the Silver City neighborhood after searching in the neighborhood for five years. He’s been invested in the community, and with this new purchase, he’s going all in. FacebookTwitteremail
FacebookTwitteremail Talisha Paige has lived on the North Side of Milwaukee her whole life. On the market for a new house, she participated in a home tour in the Layton Boulevard West neighborhoods over the weekend. After the tour, she shared her impressions. FacebookTwitteremail
FacebookTwitteremail Lakendra Carter, 18, recently participated in a series of dialogues co-produced by Metcalfe Park’s Building Neighborhood Capacity Program and the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion. She was one of about 20 young adults from Metcalfe Park who expressed what’s on their minds. Here she shares some of her personal story. FacebookTwitteremail
FacebookTwitteremail Kenneth Giles, 19, recently participated in a series of dialogues co-produced by Metcalfe Park’s Building Neighborhood Capacity Program and the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion. He was one of about 20 young adults from Metcalfe Park who expressed what’s on their minds. Here he shares some of his personal story. FacebookTwitteremail