An unscientific poll of central city residents conducted during the past weekend found that of those eligible to vote, 88 percent plan to go to the polls tomorrow.
FacebookTwitteremailPedestrians and vehicles passing Heart and Hope Place, at the intersection of Port Washington and MLK Drive, are greeted by colorful, powerful paintings by Milwaukee artist Reggie Baylor. The housing development and the artwork have brought new life to the street since their completion last year. In the 1970s and ’80s, Harambee (which means “all […]
FacebookTwitteremail Celebrating its 100th anniversary last year, Washington High School (2525 N. Sherman Blvd.) is one of MPS’s oldest and most storied schools. This corridor, complete with mural, chandelier and purple Purgolder “W”s on the doors, has been known to generations of students as “Old Main.” Prominent Washington graduates include Senator Herb Kohl, former Wisconsin governor Lee Dreyfus, Commissioner […]
FacebookTwitteremailOne of the colorful bicycle racks in Thurston Woods. The staff and youth of the Agape Community Center came up with a way to beautify the neighborhood, and inspire kids to bike. Named for William J. Thurston, an oyster trader who also dealt in real estate, Thurston Woods is very green and tree-lined, giving it […]