Angela Smith is a healing teacher, life coach and holistic practitioner. She has partnered with Walnut Way Conservation Corp. to bring alternative healing classes to the North Side.
Kimberly Hillard, 20, talks about why the environment is important, and how it affects people’s lives.
During a presentation of a recently released report that shows the lopsided role white-led nonprofits play in neighborhood development, elected and appointed city officials and nonprofit leaders said that has to change.
Walnut Way is one of two community-based organizations in the country to receive a major grant from the Institute for Sustainable Communities this year. The grant will fund solar panel and storm water management projects in Lindsay Heights.
Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs said she is pleased with Common Council action yesterday approving two projects that will help breathe new life into underused properties in the 6th Aldermanic District.
The green space and storm water retention system in Fondy Park help make Lindsay Heights “the premiere eco-tourism neighborhood of the city.” Improvements this year are expected to include solar power.
Venice Williams used some of her family’s favorite recipes as a guest chef at the Tandem restaurant, across the street from Alice’s Garden.
At North Division High School, about 1,000 fathers and daughters attended the annual Daddy/Daughter Dance, which was streamed live on Facebook for the first time this year.
The Urban Wood, Urban Heroes gallery provided a venue for African-American artists to display and sell their artwork of prominent figures in Milwaukee history.
Hoping to help more low- to moderate-income residents with their finances, three nonprofit organizations partnered to create more Financial Opportunity Centers in Milwaukee.