Here’s a list of enjoyable and affordable events going on throughout the city where you can celebrate with your neighbors.
This weekend, don’t miss the healthcare enrollment deadline, a meeting with entrepreneurs, a nightly hike at Hawthorn Glen Woods, Joel Boyd’s annual holiday turn-up and UMOS’s Breakfast with Santa.
Nearly a year and a half after the Milwaukee Common Council approved a historic $3.4 million settlement that mandated sweeping reforms of stop-and-frisk practices, little progress has been made, ACLU leaders say.
Imagine a world without the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. Yeah. We don’t want to, either. So help us out and donate to our annual fund-raising campaign. No other outlet in Milwaukee intentionally celebrates the ordinary people who do extraordinary things like we do.
Milwaukee has been selected through the American Red Cross to be part of its Centennial Campaign, which funds swimming programs in underprivileged communities that exceed the national drowning average.
Welcome to Causey’s Career Corner, a place where I will share stories of those who have taken a nontraditional approach to employment or an unusual career path. I will also list employment information such as job fairs, resource fairs and job training events.
For more than 50 years, Mary Davis lit up stages across the country and in Milwaukee. She died on Black Friday at age 73.
This week, Lindsay Heights residents are invited to a community meeting, census 2020 training begins, Alice’s Garden will be at the Bronzeville Collective MKE, LIT is hosting a space for creatives of color and there will be performances of Black Nativity.
The SDC is hosting an open house, Vibez Creative Art Space is celebrating hip-hop, LADAMA is in town for a performance, there’s a family art day and a forum on handling hate crimes.
Here are ways to find emergency and non-emergency energy assistance if you are in need.