City leaders and residents gathered earlier this month to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Hank Aaron State Trail as well as the reopening of its west end.
The $5.65 million project at 143 E. Lincoln Ave. is expected to open in January 2020 and will serve as the new home for the Milwaukee Police Department’s Mounted Patrol Unit.
Art lovers from across the area came together last month to celebrate SWAN Day MKE 2019, an exhibition featuring more than 100 female artists from Milwaukee.
Gabriela Riveros, a Milwaukee-based illustrator, has created an art installation along the Kinnickinnic River in Pulaski Park.
A mural depicting the history and resilience of the historic Garden Homes neighborhood was unveiled at a recent ceremony at the corner of Atkinson and Teutonia avenues.
Between now and Nov. 17, the Walker’s Point Center for the Arts will be featuring the 26th annual Día de los Muertos exhibition.
Sponsored by Near West Side Partners and BID #10, The 2018 Spirit of Wakanda Festival included music, dance performances and local black art for sale.
As August begins, Alice’s Garden in Lindsay Heights is bursting with abundant flowers, produce and herbs.
Starting in downtown Milwaukee, marchers in the Labor Day parade demonstrated pride in their unions as they made their way to the Summerfest grounds, where they were greeted with free entertainment.
City youth who are interested in mountain biking are invited to check out the Milwaukee Mountain Biking Team, which meets twice a week at Riverside University High School.