“Fill the Gaps” is a temporary initiative created by Arts @ Large and Milwaukee Public Schools to place trained artist educators in classrooms until the district can hire licensed teachers.
Milwaukee native Willie Mae Moore talks about how she started fixing homes.
Food from local restaurants and award presentations highlighted the LBWN 2016 gathering.
Tia Richardson is a prolific artist who has used her talents to create 13 murals throughout Milwaukee this year.
Sherman Park resident Terriaza Taylor credits her family for being her support system after the birth of her first child.
Sixteen female visual artists and poets in the From Here to Her artist collective partnered with women-led groups from Milwaukee and Madison to create art projects that will be given to the organizations.
Safe & Sound, Sherman Park Association of Religious Communities and A Cry for Help Foundation organized a Feast and Football event in Sherman Park.
One hundred days into her role as executive director of Walnut Way Conservation Corp., LaShawndra Vernon is focused on raising additional funds for Phase II of the Innovations and Wellness Commons, which will promote physical, educational and economic wellness.
The Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation provides opportunities for children to learn chess and compete in tournaments.
On a recent Saturday about 100 people in Milwaukee participated in Walk for Freedom, a fundraising and awareness event held by the global anti-human trafficking organization A21.