Restaurant owners are turning to alternative options such curbside pickup and delivery and gift cards as COVID-19 closes the city.
While the quarantine has disrupted many facets of daily life, some in our community have found more time to whip up some home-cooked meals. Whether you’re an amateur or a pro, we want to see what’s been coming out of your kitchen, and, of course, who’s eating.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sent members of faith communities in Milwaukee and perhaps the world scrambling to adapt to fast-moving changes.
Check out the virtual Vibez Creative Arts Space, fill out the census form, donate grocery kits for the needy, apply for an emergency business loan or participate in the YMCA’s emergency response camp program.
Angela Harris, a first-grade teacher, created Milwaukee Community Care and Mutual Aid to help connect residents who need support during the COVID-19 pandemic with those who are able to help.
Ascension St. Joseph Hospital has opened a free mobile testing center to help residents navigate the fast-moving COVID-19 pandemic.
Schools may be closed, but these Milwaukee teachers are finding creative ways to connect with their young charges.
Pardeep Singh Kaleka reflects upon the disparate responses to COVID-19 and the personal commitment he’s made to learning through the crisis.
Don’t neglect your mental health during this pandemic. Here are resources that can help you.
The Milwaukee Continuum of Care has compiled resources for those who need emergency food assistance and help with domestic violence issues.