Twenty-five photographers from different neighborhoods captured Milwaukee faces and celebrated community in a recent one-night photo exhibit called “I Am Milwaukee Home.”
More than 100 children whose families have been homeless reside at Maskani Place, a new 37-unit building complete with a playground.
Nassar Majeed’s family has owned a home in Milwaukee for 62 years. Recently the city razed two nearby houses, located on the corner of Clark and North 6th Streets.
Larry Thomas works in demolition. He recently helped tear down two abandoned houses at the corner of N. 6th and Clarke Streets.
On May 9, the city of Milwaukee razed two abandoned houses next door to the home of Ben Hibler, 2165 N. 6th St. Hibler and his granddaughter, Brianna Kazee, watched while the houses came down. He said he’s seen other houses in the area come down recently.
Supporters of the Beerline Trail extension say it will create healthier spaces for businesses and residents.
Clare Community has opened a home for prostitutes and victims of sex trafficking while they transition to a new life.
Harambee community members won their fight to block a liquor license for a neighborhood building that had drawn nuisance complaints under previous ownership.
Six proposals that emerged from a December brainstorming session on the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District have been unveiled by the city. Officials hope the process will spark renewed interest in Bronzeville among developers with the capacity to launch major projects.
The city’s first-ever “Made on King Drive” event marked the return of the Gee’s Clippers barbershop to the neighborhood, and provided networking opportunities for young professionals.