Lake Express Ferry, in partnership with Milwaukee Bike Collective and Sixteenth Street Community Health Center, hosted a bike drive to promote healthy lifestyles and environmental responsibility.
Forty special education students from 53rd Street School recently participated in a “virtual field trip” to a BrightFarms hydroponic greenhouse to learn about growing produce sustainably.
The formerly underutilized building at 2404 W. Clybourn St. on Milwaukee’s Near West Side celebrated its grand opening as a fresh food market.
Joining hundreds of thousands of protesters throughout the United States, thousands of Milwaukee students and their supporters marched Saturday to oppose gun violence and call for stricter gun control laws.
Students and teachers from Milwaukee schools including Highland Community School and Rufus King International High School participated in the National School Walkout, demanding that access to guns be limited.
Area educator and social justice advocate Deanna Singh read from and discussed her two children’s books at Milwaukee Center for Independence for “Read Across America Day.”
The Urban Wood, Urban Heroes gallery provided a venue for African-American artists to display and sell their artwork of prominent figures in Milwaukee history.
Rise and Grind Café hosted the grand opening of its second location, at 2737 N. King Drive.
Civilians and law enforcement officials were recognized for their efforts to create safe and vital communities at the 69th annual Crime Prevention Awards Luncheon, hosted by LISC Milwaukee and Safe & Sound.
Andre Lee Ellis and his ‘We Got This’ organization hosted the mentoring and formal dinner event at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center.