This summer, 17 businesses will cycle through locations on the North and South Sides as part of the Pop-Up MKE program, which provides grants to small-business owners.
Charles Justus took a break from digging up weeds in Alice’s Garden to talk about the unfairness of victim blaming.
Look Who’s Turning One, a birthday party for Milwaukee babies who reached their first birthdays in 2018, also called attention to infant mortality.
A panel discussion by community leaders at Data Day centered on using data to revitalize Milwaukee neighborhoods.
Fourth and fifth-grade students from 50 Milwaukee-area schools recently gathered for the Mad Hot Ballroom competition, which included salsa, tango and swing dances.
Tecola Strong moved to Milwaukee seven years ago. Since then, she has become close with her neighbors on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive, but still worries about neighborhood crime.
Community members gathered recently at the corner of 35th Street and Capitol Drive to promote safer driving at the intersection, which the alderman says is the most dangerous in the state of Wisconsin.