David Nunley has been playing piano since the age of 4. Now, he is the minister of music at All Peoples Church, exploring different musical styles to play for the congregation.
With job opportunities arriving with the new Pete’s Fruit Market that is set to open soon in the heart of Bronzeville at N. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. and W. North Ave., YWCA Southeast Wisconsin will be hosting a job and information session on Tuesday, August 30, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at […]
The “good old days” of police work in Milwaukee and the prospects for improving police-community relations in the future were topics of discussion at a recent public forum hosted by the First Stage theater group.
Music, dancing, food, shopping, games, art and culture drew the community out to North Avenue on the first day of Bronzeville Week.
Michael Stephens, 58, talks about what his life has been like since losing both legs to diabetes.
Educator and hip-hop artist Fidel Verdin started the Summer of Peace rally 14 years ago to help get young people off the streets and promote nonviolence.
Tonda Thompson helped create the 5k HaRUNbee Walk/Run, to be held Saturday, Aug. 6, in Harambee to raise awareness about reducing infant mortality.
At the 4th annual Jazz in the Hood, Milwaukee residents celebrated music and art, and raised awareness about bone marrow donations.
Amari Olds, 21, is currently working two jobs but plans to return to school and pursue a journalism degree.