A rainwater pavilion in the gardens across the street from Guest House enables formerly homeless residents to grow food and learn marketable skills.
A family of five soon will be able to move into a new home in the Washington Park neighborhood, thanks to a donation from Lowe’s to Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity.
From dental care, to breast cancer prevention, to healthy eating, a recent block party spearheaded by I Have a Dream called attention to health and wellness in Metcalfe Park toward the end of a difficult summer.
Robert Reed rides his bike all year, rain or shine, all over the city. On the Block caught up with him while he was waiting for a bus.
A group of 50 Milwaukeeans, including Mayor Tom Barrett, walked through Three Bridges Park in Silver City as part of the mayor’s “100 Miles in 100 Days” walking challenge.
Daniel Ruh is a formerly homeless recovering alcoholic who volunteers at the Cream City Gardens across from Guest House of Milwaukee to stay sober.
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks and the Brewers Community Foundation donated a rainwater pavilion in the gardens across the street from Guest House, which houses formerly homeless men.
Architectural development company Utopia 136 will open its second multi-family building in Harambee on Aug. 1.
“Listening to Mitchell,” a seven-block art installation that features visual art and audio storytelling, runs through Aug. 10.
The Greater Together coalition, a group of Milwaukee designers and activists, is working to combat segregation through an awareness campaign and innovation competition.