For the 10th consecutive year, Milwaukee’s near South Side and downtown were alive with chants of “Si se peude!,” as well as colorful banners, signs and flags for May Day.
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The Show Dome at Mitchell Park re-opened several months after it was closed due to structural concerns. Visitors were welcomed back to the conservatory with one-day free admission.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele announced that the Show Dome will reopen to the public on Friday, April 29th, at 11:00am, two days ahead of the targeted reopening date of May 1st. Admission for the special reopening event on Friday, April 29th, will be complimentary. Abele will welcome the public back to the Domes at […]
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN) announces “Silver City Week” May 5th-14th, 2016! LBWN, neighbors and business owners, along with event sponsor Town Bank, invite you to celebrate community, diversity and opportunity in the Silver City Neighborhood this May! The Silver City neighborhood is known for its diversity of businesses including one of Milwaukee’s best InterNational dining […]
With no city subsidies available for lead abatement on the South Side, Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers points residents to other options to keep children safe from lead poisoning.
Diego Flores, 22, talks about his father, who was deported back to Mexico about seven years ago.
As part of the renovation of the Esperanza Unida International building, a section of Reynaldo Hernandez’s “Mural of Peace” was removed, surprising residents and the artist.
Joshua Moore, 19, says a youth movement is the key to improving life and creating a more peaceful Milwaukee.
“Save the Domes,” said residents who gathered at the Mitchell Park Conservatory Wednesday night for a public hearing on the future of the Clarke Square icon.
History buffs, cinema fans and bargain hunters claimed antique theater seats they purchased online from Historic Mitchell Street’s Modjeska Theater.