An end-of-summer BBQ at the ARTery lured Riverwest resident Angela Warren and her family, (from left) James and Mekai Sokolowski, into the new “art park” developed in an abandoned railroad corridor between Riverwest and Harambee.
Volunteers built a new playground in Harambee as a way to promote 60 minutes of play and a safer neighborhood for children.
St. Marcus School today announced an amendment to its policy for serving meals to students under the National School Lunch / School Breakfast Programs for the 2014-2015 school year. All students will be served lunch/breakfast at no charge at the following sites: St. Marcus School: 2215 N Palmer Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212 St. Marcus Early […]
Artist Vedale Hill is working with neighborhood youth to express their “Hoop Dreams” through art. The project is one of many taking place in a new “art park” on the Beerline Trail, between Riverwest and Harambee.
Michael Hutchinson, former promotions director at radio station WMCS-AM 1290, started the Sports Talk Basketball Association to improve men’s health while giving back to the community.
If the City of Milwaukee wants to make the Bronzeville African American arts and cultural district a reality, three key elements must be in place: history, identity and an understanding of the visual and performing arts industry.
As a summer of mentoring and employing a growing group of young men comes to a close, Andre Lee Ellis is considering what’s next for his “We Got This” initiative.
The Bronzeville Cultural & Arts festival kicked off a weeklong celebration intended to reinvigorate the historic neighborhood.
Architectural development company Utopia 136 will open its second multi-family building in Harambee on Aug. 1.
SuperStars Summer Arts Camp brings out talent and social skills of children on the autism spectrum through drama, art and dance.