Opening in the Innovation and Wellness Commons, The Juice Kitchen combines fruits and vegetables in drinks aimed at promoting healthy living.
Chris Barnes, a stand-up comedian, talks about how he gets his material and where his performances have taken him.
Artisan furniture maker Matt Bohlmann, who purchased and is renovating the building that housed the Finney Library for 50 years, has recruited artist Reginald Baylor to move his studio to the new arts incubator.
About 20 bikers from the North and South sides participated in a recent Black & Brown Unity Ride, organized by Red Bike & Green, which promotes biking to improve health, environment and the local economy.
Milwaukee residents within the Amani, Metcalfe Park and Muskego Way neighborhoods are serving as catalysts to set priorities and bring development and change within their local communities. To show its commitment and support to these residents and the city, Northwestern Mutual, through its Foundation, is awarding more than $1 million to nonprofits serving these Milwaukee […]
Heather Yang helps her future mother-in-law Ying Her Vang harvest and sell produce four days a week at two local farmers markets.
Quan Caston is bringing his talent for drawing and chess to central city children, believing that these skills will help them think methodically and connect with others.
North Side community members gathered at Walnut Way’s Harvest Day to meet their neighbors, learn more about the organization’s mission and, for the first time, join in a mile-long bike ride.
Monica Jones, 18, talks about her parents splitting and how it affected her.
Doors Open Milwaukee will showcase six central city attractions during its free event, which runs Sept. 19 and 20.