Talisha Paige has lived on the North Side of Milwaukee her whole life. On the market for a new house, she participated in a home tour in the Layton Boulevard West neighborhoods over the weekend. After the tour, she shared her impressions.
“Make a basket and win a prize,” calls out Michael Kelly, who is on the road for nine months each year running the Rainbow Valley game stand. Diane George operates a food concession and had never been to Milwaukee before. Local business owner Rodrigo Diez has been a regular at the Mitchell Street Fair for […]
Lakendra Carter, 18, recently participated in a series of dialogues co-produced by Metcalfe Park’s Building Neighborhood Capacity Program and the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion. She was one of about 20 young adults from Metcalfe Park who expressed what’s on their minds. Here she shares some of her personal story.
Kenneth Giles, 19, recently participated in a series of dialogues co-produced by Metcalfe Park’s Building Neighborhood Capacity Program and the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion. He was one of about 20 young adults from Metcalfe Park who expressed what’s on their minds. Here he shares some of his personal story.
Winter Jackson, a Metcalfe Park resident and Clarke Street Elementary School mother, sits with neighbors outside the school playground where a third-grader was critically injured in the crossfire of a shootout.
Nassar Majeed’s family has owned a home in Milwaukee for 62 years. Recently the city razed two nearby houses, located on the corner of Clark and North 6th Streets.
Larry Thomas works in demolition. He recently helped tear down two abandoned houses at the corner of N. 6th and Clarke Streets.
On May 9, the city of Milwaukee razed two abandoned houses next door to the home of Ben Hibler, 2165 N. 6th St. Hibler and his granddaughter, Brianna Kazee, watched while the houses came down. He said he’s seen other houses in the area come down recently.