The youth arts nonprofit organization seeks to expand its programs and invest in its long-term future, as well as the neighborhood.
John Branham, 68, talks about his first-year struggles at Tennessee State University, and tells the inspiring story of why he decided not to drop out.
Below, find information regarding a call for performance artists for COA Goldin Center’s Safe Summer Kickoff event on Friday, June 17, 2016. In conjunction with COA and other Amani organizations, Milwaukee Repertory Theater will be sponsoring a stage during the event that features local Amani performance artists of all mediums, such as music, poetry, storytelling, dance […]
A family-owned business on Teutonia Avenue is one of the few shoe-shining and repair shops left in the city.
Hundreds of volunteers came out to work on painting, electrical and landscaping projects during Rebuilding Together Greater Milwaukee’s first Block Build MKE event.
A mother, daughter and her husband work together as emergency room nurses at Aurora Sinai Medical Center. They say the unusual situation has many benefits.
Larry Higgins, who lives near Harambee, discusses why he feels unsafe on the streets.
The second and third of 12 parks to be reconstructed as part of the MKE Plays initiative will open this summer.
The Milwaukee Public Schools board is mulling over a proposal by Demond Means, commissioner of the Opportunity Schools Partnership Program, that would expand community schools. MPS would run the schools, which would employ union teachers.