Some South Side residents don’t consider themselves to be artists. But La Familia de Arte brings the artist out of them anyway.
The I Am a Voter scholarship competition tasks individuals with producing an impactful social media post in the form of a graphic design, 2D art piece or 15-second video or animation that informs, inspires and activates Wisconsin voters to vote during the midterm elections.
With the theme of “The Black Family: Generations Speak!” the third annual Milwaukee Black Theater Festival is all about family ties.
Your Move MKE combines chess, hip-hop music and other skills to teach youths self-awareness, discipline and leadership
After two years without baseball, football and other sports, summer athletic programs are underway at Journey House.
Juneteenth, the annual celebration of the last slaves learning they’d been freed, is back. For the 51st year in a row, Milwaukee is celebrating.
Youth athletic organizations in the city are struggling to maintain access and engagement, which means fewer young people can benefit from the opportunities sports provide.
Fewer kids are playing sports, including baseball in Milwaukee, as the competitive gap between baseball in the city and suburbs continues to grow.
Zach Lathen-Williams has always been a creative. He recently achieved his ultimate goal of producing a film.
Mariah Scott set out to create change in her community and ended up with a successful one-woman show.