Robert Reed rides his bike all year, rain or shine, all over the city. On the Block caught up with him while he was waiting for a bus.
Daniel Ruh is a formerly homeless recovering alcoholic who volunteers at the Cream City Gardens across from Guest House of Milwaukee to stay sober.
Lincoln Village resident Linda Serna learns about nontoxic home products in a program taught by Venice Williams at Alice’s Garden. (Photos by Sue Vliet)
Lawarrell Cain, a Sherman Park resident who gardens in Lindsay Heights, explains what he loves about Alice’s Garden, while planting onions on a windy summer day. (Photos by Sue Vliet)
Justice Harris and Alexis Torres sell jewelry and other trinkets at concerts and other events.
Oliver Feest, 11, of Algoma, Wis., celebrated his birthday with a family trip to the Mitchell Park Domes.
Marcus Shepherd explains how a successful career as a drywall finisher inspired him to give back by working with teens at Urban Underground.
Saw Wee, a refugee from Burma, sings his song “Thank you U.S.A” at Milwaukee’s World Refugee Day.
Alberto Rojas, who does maintenance work for Gorman & Company at the Kunzelmann-Esser Loft Apartments on Mitchell Street, talks about his day.
Natasha Burchette, with her children Adrianna and Kenyae, and Carlton Warren were among the city residents who came to a recent community forum on transit in metro Milwaukee. They explain how they use city buses.