Five decorative gateway markers, meant to introduce the city to the historic Clarke Square neighborhood, remain in a warehouse after the city of Milwaukee denied permits at three of the original planned locations. The city is continuing to work with the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative as it searches for new homes for the markers.
Public Art at Mitchell Park showcases “Art and Archaelology of Me”
The Milwaukee Observatory, a public art installation created by students at Bay View High School, came to Mitchell Park this summer for the first time.
A time to plant and a time to reap
As summer winds down, volunteers at Alice’s Garden are beginning to reap what they sowed in the spring.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors to unveil Quality of Life Plan topics
Silver City, Burnham Park and Layton Park residents and others who are interested in the future of these neighborhoods will gather June 8 to learn what topics will be addressed in the Layton Boulevard West Quality of Life Plan.
Thousands march in solidarity
Thousands of people, including a large contingent from Clarke Square, marched in support of immigration rights and against Gov. Scott Walker’s budget cuts May 1.
Long journey culminates in new center for Longfellow, Journey House
Journey House and Longfellow, both in Clarke Square, use decades-old facilities and deal with similar problems, but that will soon change.