The Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin Heritage Tourism Program held its annual Wright and Like Tour this year in Milwaukee, highlighting 13 homes and drawing hundreds of visitors to Layton Boulevard West.
Third-graders from five schools located in Lindsay Heights competed in the first-ever Academic Olympics at Hopkins Street School on Saturday, June 4.
Brown Street Academy students carefully plant strawberries as part of the Junior Master Gardeners program at Alice’s Garden.
Did you know that you can see Frank Lloyd Wright houses every day on the South Side of Milwaukee? If you didn’t, you’re not alone.
Jeff Rainwater plants shallot sets at Alice’s Garden in Lindsay Heights.
Walnut Way Conservation Corp. has been named a finalist in the “Communities Take Root” competition.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN) is seeking volunteers to maintain and beautify the Valley Passage at 37th and Pierce Street, starting in May. Valley Passage, formerly an unused tunnel beneath the railroad tracks, now is a paved path leading to the Hank Aaron State Trail.
Running Rebels is holding a Wellness Fair on Saturday, April 9, from 12 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 1300A W. Fond du Lac Ave. in Lindsay Heights. Activities include health assessments, signing up to be a bone marrow donor, urban line dancing and the opportunity to meet local health providers. For more information, contact Natasha Coe […]
Running Rebels conducts a variety of programs for youth, including athletics, mentoring and working with chronic youth offenders to help them comply with their terms of probation and make better decisions.
South Side residents had their final opportunity at a recent community meeting to voice concerns and vote on which of the proposed changes to Mitchell Park are most important to them. The proposal released at the March 29 meeting outlined a strategic vision for the future of the park that could include…