Clarke Square residents worked together to turn an alley into a public art space. Organizers hope that “Art in the Alleys” will expand to other blocks in the neighborhood.
The owner of Gloria’s Cake Shop & Café in Clarke Square is determined to give back to her community while serving up delectable pastries, cakes and tarts.
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.
UCC has signed a contract to make good on a pledge made three years ago to help rebuild the Walker Square Park playground.
Recently, the United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee held its 8th annual Walk for Wellness at the Journey House Green Bay Packers Football Stadium in Mitchell Park.
Milwaukee Public Library asked community members to share their ideas on the design of a new library branch coming to the Historic Mitchell Street neighborhood next year.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service has launched a new community photography feature, Neighborhood Lens, with a pop-up photo gallery on Chavez Drive. The photos were taken by people who live or work on the South Side street.
After months of planning, South Side organizations launched an “Open Streets” event along Cesar E. Chavez Drive and Washington Street, offering exercise, food and fun.
Diverse and Resilient’s recent photo project challenged LGBT youth to “think beyond the selfie” and use photography to express their feelings about how they see the world around them.
Cesar Chavez Drive is the artery that connects me to many places, numerous people and countless memories—it is home.