Refugees from Burma, Somalia and other countries celebrated the holiday season at the International Learning Center, a program of Neighborhood House.
Hundreds of young men and mentors donned tuxedos on Saturday for a full day of activities including food, speakers and entertainment.
Neighborhood leaders, collaborators and residents celebrated the unveiling of “Compassion,” a sculpture marking the western gateway to the Sherman Park neighborhood.
World War II veteran Jesse Haro, 93, was presented with the second annual Latino Veteran of the Year Award at the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.
The highlight of LBWN’s annual neighborhood gathering was the opportunity for participants to share their personal stories with neighbors in small breakout groups. The room buzzed as each person in the circle spent a few minutes talking about his or her life. Community members of all ages and backgrounds came together at the annual event […]
The 6th Annual Día de los Muertos Parade took place in the Walker Square and Walker’s Point neighborhoods on Saturday, Oct. 31.
The long-awaited Innovations and Wellness Commons on the North Side houses four organizations focused on promoting healthy living and investing in Lindsay Heights.
Kids of all ages and costumes made their way to Neighborhood House’s annual Haunted Halls event held at 2819 W. Richardson Place. Teens at Neighborhood House, a community center with a 70-year legacy, designed and created the two-day event of spooky activities to benefit their teen program. For only $3, attendees were able to participate […]
Students and staff of Arts @ Large were presented with an enormous facsimile of a check, representing a $25,000 grant, at a recent celebration at the organization’s gallery and café, 908 S. 5th St.
More than 400 participants attended Milwaukee’s 6th annual Project Homeless Connect event at Marquette University Alumni Memorial Student Union.