El Rey is accused of price gouging, but owners deny the charges, saying “We will continue to search for the best deals we can and provide the cheapest prices.”
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Our picks: “Eclipsed,” a play by Danai Gurira, a blood drive at Bounce Milwaukee, census prep day, an Ex Fabula story slam and an event on how to recognize substance use in teens.
The Milwaukee Rep is honoring 12 women from Milwaukee who are giving back to their community in a big way. Learn more about the women each week in March.
Here’s a rundown of events celebrating Black History Month in Milwaukee.
The now-virtual museum, which is making progress toward a brick-and-mortar reopening at the corner of Vel R. Phillips and North avenues in Bronzeville, secures a major work of art and more than $1 million in funding through the Greater Milwaukee Foundation.
Black Leaders Organizing for Communities, or BLOC, is working to engage thousands of North Side residents to make a political impact beyond election season.
Pulaski/Carmen High School basketball coach Melvin White works to ensure his kids win in the game of life.
The Rev. Willie Brisco is all about justice. Especially for his African American community. For more than 36 years, Brisco has dedicated his life to fighting racism, having served as president of MICAH and WISDOM.
Here is a partial list of organizations in Milwaukee that have stepped up to help our neighbors in need. We know there are more so help us get the word out.