Members of the El Bethel/Wisconsin African American Tobacco Prevention Network FACT group, part of Wisconsin’s youth-led tobacco prevention movement, traveled to Washington D.C. recently to participate in a series of activities related to No Menthol Sunday.
Leading financial services company Northwestern Mutual announced nearly $3 million in grants to increase community access to Milwaukee’s leading cultural destinations and attractions.
Over the course of the pandemic, Medicaid coverage was renewed automatically. Now, you may have to prove you still qualify in order to keep your benefits.
The festival is free and will feature live music, food trucks, entertainment, and more than 75 artists, artisans and makers with selections from art to food, clothing to lotions, stationary to furniture, and candles to home decor.
Grab your hiking shoes and a backpack to join others on a hike and paint adventure.
UrbanReviewsOnline.com presents the 15th Annual Great Midwest Book Fest
Brown, a Milwaukee native, has served as Chief Executive Officer for Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast (GSWISE) since 2012.
We are pleased to invite you to a Meet & Greet event on April 22, 1- 3 p.m., at Milwaukee Public Library Atkinson Branch, hosted by UBUNTU in partnership with University of Wisconsin-Madison’s researchers, Mike, Lillie, and Todd.
BlankSpaceMke hosts 8th Annual Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week.
Nativity Jesuit Academy, a K4-8th grade Catholic, Jesuit school on the near southside of Milwaukee, received a $500,000 donation from Anne Kebisek Dudek.