Visit the pop-up market at Sherman Phoenix for Black Friday; check out Harambee’s small businesses on an organized tour; attend the Groove Lounge at Coffee Makes You Black; meet the deadline to submit to the Milwaukee Public Library’s teen art contest; and shop at over 40 Black-owned businesses and see “The Hip Hop Nutcracker.”
Licensed health insurance navigators like Quentella Perry are ready to help people find the insurance plan that best meets their needs.
Community members say they are grateful for the foundation Keith Stanley has laid for Near West Side Partners and excited for what comes next.
We invite everyone to join the MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary in celebrating being one of six Wisconsin nonprofits selected for A Community Thrives grant from the Gannett Foundation.
Here’s where you can receive free meals and turkeys this week. There are also options to donate money or volunteer.
See the screening of “You Resemble Me” at Nō Studios; join Kujichagulia Producers Cooperative as it celebrates its second year; go to a free zumba class; weigh in on the city’s climate and equity plan; and see a live taping of Milwaukee comedians.
Give your ideas about what to put in ThriveOn King’s community space; meet and buy works from Milwaukee-based artists Rosy Petri and Sheniqua Freeman; tour Harambee’s arts, healing spaces and cultural sites; provide input on a proposed youth prison on the Northwest Side; and check out the Jackson Park winter farmers market.
Two new urgent care dental clinics have been strategically located to expand services for vulnerable North Side and South Side residents.
Some South Side residents don’t consider themselves to be artists. But La Familia de Arte brings the artist out of them anyway.
Our judicial system is based on revenge when it should be about redemption and rehabilitation.