Cine Sin Fronteras, a new program of Milwaukee Film, will feature six films that touch on topics including racism, classism, xenophobia and sexuality.
Historic Mitchell Street, Clarke Square and Muskego Way residents illustrate what their community means to them with the help of muralists Tia Richardson and Jeanette Martín.
Soon after Milwaukee Public Schools announced that it would not partner with the Opportunity Schools Partnership Program to restructure a failing school, the district made known that it would add to its roster of community schools, a reform model that has seen success nationwide.
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.
Time is ticking for Jonathon Morales, 30, as efforts continue to find a donor for a life-saving kidney transplant operation.
As the U.S. continues its long-standing commitment to shelter some of the world’s most persecuted and desperate people, a local agency fills the gap between refugee camp and a new life in Milwaukee.
Claudia Dominguez helps coach her son, Iker Velasco, and his soccer team at Kosciuszko Park.
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.
History buffs, cinema fans and bargain hunters claimed antique theater seats they purchased online from Historic Mitchell Street’s Modjeska Theater.
After the Lopez Bakery on Lincoln Avenue closed 10 years ago, the owner’s family friends are reopening a bakery and café to appeal to a wider variety of customers.