NNS will be hosting a free photo shoot from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. during Music in Mitchell Park. Come meet us and get a professional photo taken as your reward. (Not that you need one.)
The city says the controversial banner violates signage restrictions and church officials say they have ordered a new and smaller sign that does not feature their leader.
South Side residents are expressing outrage about two huge banners in their neighborhood that feature the likeness of a religious leader who has been arrested and charged with child rape and human trafficking.
As Milwaukee plays host to the nation’s largest Latino civil rights group starting today, we ask residents to discuss the community’s challenges and successes – and to recommend their favorite Latino-owned businesses.
The upcoming LULAC convention, which begins Wednesday, represents another chapter in the Latino community of Milwaukee’s long history of activism and political engagement, one that places it now on the national stage.
We asked readers to share their favorite things to do in the city in the summer. Here’s what they said.
A report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum found that unless the economic and career trajectory of young Hispanics changes, the issue of underrepresentation in high-wage jobs will not be remedied anytime soon.
Cancer hits Latinos hard. Celebrando Nuestras Familias MKE, an annual health and wellness fair, will offer education and inspiration Saturday, June 1 at St. Martini Lutheran School, 1520 S. Cesar E. Chavez Drive.
City leaders and residents gathered earlier this month to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Hank Aaron State Trail as well as the reopening of its west end.
In a year when issues such as immigration and a proposed wall at the Mexican border have become major political issues, the nation’s oldest and largest Hispanic organization will hold its convention in Milwaukee in July.