Lindsay Heights resident Amerikus Luvene documents “the forever struggle of blacks fighting for justice.”
Willie Coleman, 60, of Baby Back Willie’s Barbecue gives back to the community any way he can.
Built on values of inclusivity, sourcing products locally and providing living wages for employees, the new Tricklebee Café in Sherman Park provides a welcoming place for neighborhood residents to gather and eat. The grand opening begins Dec. 14.
When Dennis Walton went to the Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative for assistance more than a decade ago, he never expected to find a home as co-director.
Business hopefuls who participate in the upcoming business incubator at St. Ann Center’s Bucyrus Campus will receive plenty of new business benefits – all free of charge. All they need to do is fill out a business questionnaire online at www.StAnnCenter.org/biz. The first 20 applicants with legitimate applications will be accepted (There are currently 13 spots still available.).
“I’m a married black gay woman with kids and grandkids. My life doesn’t look like what people expect, their fantasies or fears. My days look like everybody else’s.”
Sherman Park resident Terriaza Taylor credits her family for being her support system after the birth of her first child.
Part of Bronzeville Autumn, Art House Trap was a month-long interactive art installation exploring many sides of hip-hop.
As founding president of Above the Clouds, Linda Wade inspires children from throughout the city to express themselves and follow their dreams through free dance, music and creative arts classes.
Homeowners in North Side neighborhoods such as Lindsay Heights and Harambee received information on loans and housing repairs at the sixth annual housing resource fair sponsored by Ald. Milele Coggs and Ald. Russell Stamper.