The Urban Wood, Urban Heroes gallery provided a venue for African-American artists to display and sell their artwork of prominent figures in Milwaukee history.
Rise and Grind Café hosted the grand opening of its second location, at 2737 N. King Drive.
The Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch hosted a night of wrestling open to the public featuring Milwaukee-based wrestling group Mondo Lucha.
Southside Organizing Committee’s Spring/Summer Neighborhood Fair sponsored 25 resource and information stations in honor of its 25th anniversary.
Veritas High School students enrolled in the Mentor 2.0 program and their mentors recently gathered at the high school for a celebration.
Jazale’s Art Studio recently hosted a grand opening at its new multi-use art studio in Bronzeville.
Students, community leaders, public officials, and law enforcement representatives gathered in Turner Hall to work towards a more peaceful and understanding community.
Gospel groups from around the city gathered at Bachar Outreach Ministries Church to rehearse in advance of the second Milwaukee Gospel Jubilee.
The Fresh Perspective series plans to give black men in Milwaukee a chance to stage art shows and sell their work. Its coordinators strive to break down stereotypes against black men that say “they can’t do that.”