As Coo Coo Cal’s first major single since 2001, “Home” has been seen by more than 10,000 YouTube viewers and drawn the attention of fellow rappers.
New art pieces, on 35th Street and National Avenue, and 37th and Pierce streets, aim to attract people to local businesses, slow down traffic and build neighborhood identity.
Last month, Arts @ Large closed the financing deal for the renovation of its new Walker’s Point building. The nonprofit art education organization will celebrate with a construction kick-off event.
Fourth and fifth-grade students from 50 Milwaukee-area schools recently gathered for the Mad Hot Ballroom competition, which included salsa, tango and swing dances.
Milwaukee Public Theatre’s Bembé Drum and Dance hosted a show called Journey the Atlantic, which bridged cultures from the North and South sides of Milwaukee.
Evelyn Patricia Terry showcases artwork in her home art gallery, but despite her past international success, she lacks funding for much-needed renovations.
Six teens from Milwaukee high schools were selected by a team of judges to travel to Houston for the Brave New Voices final competition in July.
Boys from seven area middle and high schools attended a special showing of “Black Panther,” followed by a reflection session, where they discussed how the film applies to their lives.
Ernie Haines started teaching a self-defense class six years ago because his child was being bullied. Before he knew it, he was running one of the top boxing organizations in Wisconsin for professional fighters.
For 24 hours each year, the Riverwest 24 bike ride transforms 4.5 miles of public streets into a rolling community-building experience.