Milwaukee Christian Center recently unveiled its 14th YouthBuild house, constructed in Walker Square.
Cine Sin Fronteras, a new program of Milwaukee Film, will feature six films that touch on topics including racism, classism, xenophobia and sexuality.
Chacho Lopez, who got into trouble with graffiti as a teenager, has transformed that style of painting into creating community murals. Lopez has collaborated on nine free murals in the past two years, including one that was just completed in Walker’s Point.
The Arts @ Large student-created exhibit “We Speak” tells the stories of first-generation immigrants, influential women from around the world and local survivors of gender-based violence.
Residents of Bronzeville and Walker Square are pleased to see the bike-sharing service in their neighborhoods, but some parents are asking for child-friendly options.
Auilda Torres, 46, says the biggest challenge that she faces this summer is balancing the safety of her daughter and grandson with their need to play outside.
Milwaukee hosted the second annual Ciclovía Sunday on S. Cesar Chavez Drive. The city closed the street to automobiles from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Ricardo Posads talks about his family’s food stand and how it allows them to meet new people in the Walker Square neighborhood.
Miquela Perez, a Walker Square resident, voices concern that parents weren’t notified when their children’s former MPS principal was convicted for sexual assault of a child.
Stellar Collegiate charter school will open on the South Side in August with a focus on literacy. The school was approved by the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee’s Charter School Office.