Over the summer, NNS photographer Sue Vliet captured images of murals around town, from lesser-known artworks to familiar favorites to pieces whose paint is still wet.
About 225 adult students were honored last week for earning General Educational Development, or GED, certificates, High School Equivalency diplomas and Emerging Scholars diplomas during a special ceremony at Milwaukee Area Technical College’s downtown campus.
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.
Gabriela Riveros, a Milwaukee-based illustrator, has created an art installation along the Kinnickinnic River in Pulaski Park.
Food-themed structures made from canned goods filled the City Hall Rotunda in a charity event.
Neighborhood House recently invited community members to enjoy a Giving Thanks Potluck.
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.