The dragon dojo rises up after a fire to teach students to take opponents down.
South side community leaders blasted Gov. Scott Walker for adding a provision to the 2013 budget ending the mandatory residency requirement for municipal employees statewide.
A group of Northwestern Mutual employees collected and donated more than 4,000 books to the Next Door Foundation in honor of Black History Month.
A new after-school program on the South Side gives children a place to learn, have fun and be in a positive space.
After successfully rehabbing about three dozen blighted Sherman Park houses, Milwaukee Rising has incorporated to raise funds from individual and corporate donors to continue its stabilization effort.
The Alma Center’s Wisdom Walk to Self-Mastery offers perpetrators of domestic violence a chance to heal the wounds of their own trauma and unlearn the lessons of violence-plagued childhoods.
BMO Harris has donated $50,000 to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. The donation comes during a post-holiday lull in charitable giving.
By sharing stories of love and acceptance, Diverse & Resilient hopes to increase community acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, and reduce health problems that affect the LGBT community.
Bring Art Back Inc., a nonprofit founded to address the scarcity of free arts programming in the city, will hold a fundraiser Feb. 21, with proceeds going toward buying art supplies and providing free art lessons for kids.
As in many areas around the world, Milwaukee’s poor are also the least healthy. Health inequity for impoverished populations was the topic of a recent panel of world and local health care leaders gathered to discuss solutions to the crisis.