Musician Sean Kiebzak shares the background story and meaning behind his tattoo of a jazz trumpet player.
Staff members from the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum in Poland heard from Serve 2 Unite representatives about how the organization works to build peaceful communities in the aftermath of violence.
Residents starred in a community production of “Heaven’s Gates and Hell’s Flames,” sponsored by local faith-based organizations in the Woodlands neighborhood.
A teenager and several ex-convicts, are among the volunteers participating in RAGBRAI, a seven-day bicycle ride through Iowa to raise money for the Alma Center.
Justice Harris and Alexis Torres sell jewelry and other trinkets at concerts and other events.
MICAH volunteers are canvassing residents of the 53206 ZIP code on the North Side to encourage voter registration and gather opinions about prison reform.
Free summer concerts and art projects in Silver City offer families an opportunity to enjoy summer with their neighbors.
Volunteers for Painting with Purpose plan to decorate 40 boarded-up houses in the Amani neighborhood to help decrease theft.
Saw Wee, a refugee from Burma, sings his song “Thank you U.S.A” at Milwaukee’s World Refugee Day.
Federal contracts are available to Milwaukee’s women-owned small-businesses. Owners gathered recently to learn how to get their fair share.