Single fathers in Milwaukee have something they want you to know: Not every black man is a deadbeat Dad. And many are taking care of their kids.
What you need to know to feed your baby during formula shortage
Families with infants are facing a shortage of baby formula nationwide, as supply-chain issues and a voluntary recall have stalled production. Here’s what you need to know.
The Healistry Summit takes aims at Milwaukee mental wellness
The event, hosted by local experts, will be on Saturday, May 21.
5 things to know and do the weekend of May 20
Help beautify the Marcus Garvey Community Garden; participate in a bike ride to remember Malcolm X; get groceries and build community with Dream Team United MKE; help clean up around Milwaukee College Prep’s 38th Street campus; and check out the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation’s spring festival.
Bill backed by Gwen Moore broadens Medicaid payouts for doulas and midwives
Reintroduced legislation from U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore and other lawmakers could bring more doula and midwife services under the Medicaid umbrella.
How to check your landlord’s background
Here are a few ways tenants can get information on their landlords.
Legit landlords do exist. And Ihsan Atta is trying to prove it.
Ihsan Atta, aware of a bevy of negative news about landlords emanating from coverage of the city’s housing crisis – including a spate of evictions – wants people to know that there are good landlords out there.
5 things to know and do this week in Milwaukee: May 16 to May 20
Learn about how ARPA dollars are being spent; party while showing support for Washington Park Wednesdays; attend a Teen StorySlam on the theme “Middle School”; grab coffee with elected officials; and learn how students can get a free summer membership to Planet Fitness.
New Common Council President José Pérez draws on past experience to meet current challenges
Born on the city’s South Side, José Pérez has made history as the first Latino to hold the title of Common Council president. “I hope that I can be inspirational for people,” he says.
5 things to know and do the weekend of May 13
Meet Magic Mike from the movie “Blood In, Blood Out”; do some spring cleaning at Cherry Street Community Garden; learn about summer internships; buy plants in support of VIA; and support Black women-owned businesses.