Johnathan Dye — the namesake of Mr. Dye’s Pies — gives us a behind-the-scenes look at how his delicious desserts are made.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service's community photography feature was launched with the help of a successful crowd-funding campaign conducted by Marquette University students. Four cameras are lent to community members from different neighborhoods to document their lives. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A & C Live Bait is the oldest bait-and-tackle shop in Wisconsin and remains the only black-owned bait-and-tackle shop in the Midwest.
In this photo gallery, Travis Hope of the KK River Neighbors in Action resident group revisits Pulaski Park to document his neighborhood park in the midst of major construction.
Robert Thompson’s children participate in programs at the COA Youth & Family Centers. He explains why he chose to photograph The Gathering’s Community Meal Program.
About 100 attendees from about 40 families participated in a Thanksgiving dinner hosted by COA Youth & Family Centers. Guests enjoyed turkey, dressing, macaroni, string beans and dinner rolls.
Milwaukeeans joined cyclists throughout the state to bike to work — or wherever they wanted — during Wisconsin Bike Week.
The Wisconsin Bike Fed’s free bike repair program sends mechanics and trained high school employees throughout the city.
The many children who live on 55th Street in Wick Field spend so much time together that they are more like siblings than friends.
Savannha Pyatt works with Urban Underground through the Public Allies Milwaukee program. In this Neighborhood Lens gallery, she photographed the youth she works with while they conducted interviews with activists for their online magazine.