The Urban Wood, Urban Heroes gallery provided a venue for African-American artists to display and sell their artwork of prominent figures in Milwaukee history.
Rise and Grind Café hosted the grand opening of its second location, at 2737 N. King Drive.
Civilians and law enforcement officials were recognized for their efforts to create safe and vital communities at the 69th annual Crime Prevention Awards Luncheon, hosted by LISC Milwaukee and Safe & Sound.
Andre Lee Ellis and his ‘We Got This’ organization hosted the mentoring and formal dinner event at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center.
The Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch hosted a night of wrestling open to the public featuring Milwaukee-based wrestling group Mondo Lucha.
The Books for Kids Mobile Library travels around the city to deliver donated books to children under the age of 5.
For 21 years, Aurora Family Service has helped provide more than 60,000 Milwaukee-area families with the groceries for a Thanksgiving meal.
Paintings by 17 Bruce Guadalupe Community School students is now hanging in the Pediatric Department at Marquette School of Dentistry.
Community advocates Markasa Tucker, Andre Lee Ellis and Vaun Mayes spoke at a panel discussion called “View from the Street: Grassroots Activism in the Black Community” sponsored by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
The “Sherman Park Rising” mural, 4715 W. Center St., was dedicated Friday with artist Tia Richardson, Mayor Tom Barrett and Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn in attendance.