After several weeks, artist Ramiro Sandoval Argueta’s mural on the South Side is complete. Painted on the side of a barbershop at Mitchell Street and Chavez Drive, the work depicts hands growing from the ground holding an ear of corn, which Sandoval describes as “the universal seed.”
Participants in the Future Milwaukee leadership program have erected three collection boxes, “cajas de comunidad,” around the 16th Street corridor to provide a place for residents to borrow or share books and access information about community resources.
St. Anthony School’s Padre Pio Clinic provides free health care services for 2,000 students at the nation’s largest K-12 Catholic school.
Urban artist Ramiro Sandoval Argueta’s mural at the intersection of Mitchell Street and Chavez Drive has a universal message.
At a recent community gathering, Walnut Way members shared reflections on their seven-day trip to Cuba and discussed how the country’s culture could be adapted to help revitalize the Lindsay Heights neighborhood.
Stan Kass, 82, opened Skylark Vending with his wife in 1950. In an increasingly health- conscious era, he defends eating junk food in moderation.
Members of the Davis Boys & Girls Club shared their FIRST Lego League robots during Discovery World’s National Robotics Week.
Guy Chinang, a 15-year-old immigrant from Cameroon, is giving back to his adopted country by volunteering at the Pan-African Community Association.