David Nunley has been playing piano since the age of 4. Now, he is the minister of music at All Peoples Church, exploring different musical styles to play for the congregation.
Lindsay Heights residents gather every Wednesday at 6 p.m. throughout the summer to walk the neighborhood, pick up trash and build community.
As the new executive director of Walnut Way, LaShawndra Vernon helped to organize her first annual Harvest Festival on the 2200 block of 17th Street, which brought together community members, police officers and local businesspeople.
The Milwaukee Health Department Back to School Health Fair at South Division High School offered information and vaccinations for community members, while public health officials practiced responding to a public health emergency.
Alderman Cavalier Johnson’s Books in the Barbershop initiative was unveiled at Chicago Cutz barbershop today.
Heading south from the Havenwoods Environmental Education Center, along Wisconsin Avenue past Marquette University and downtown, and north to UWM, the 30X express bus line serves people of different races and circumstances. Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service talked to riders about race relations in the city.
Yessica Jimenez, an independent visual artist, works with the music community to create projects such as a hip-hop alphabet.