North Division students learned to create stories and poetry from their own lives in a Milwaukee Repertory program this spring.
Urban anthropologist Jill Florence Lackey uses her passion for ethnic research to teach Lincoln Village residents about the community’s deep-rooted cultural past.
Layton Boulevard West residents can expect to see an experienced biker riding around the neighborhood on an adult tricycle equipped with tools and supplies to fix bicycles and educate kids about how to take care of their bikes.
Andrew Parker, president of Historic Concordia Neighborhood Inc., is striving to move his bed and breakfast, neighborhood and Milwaukee forward.
The last major project of the $26 million From the Ground Up initiative to connect the Valley to surrounding neighborhoods is the recently named Three Bridges Park, which opens to the public on July 20.
The Milwaukee Environmental Sciences school on the west side is seeking pre-K-5th-grade students for its inaugural class.
Stephanie Harling, executive director of Havenwoods Economic Development Corp., says negative perceptions of the neighborhood ‘couldn’t be further from the truth.’
Colorful artwork portraying the aspirations of neighborhood youth and vibrant flowers combined to brighten up the Amani neighborhood.
TEDxHarambee focused on using the arts as a tool to foster creativity and innovation in addressing societal issues.
Principal Bridgette Hood of the 53rd Street School realized early in life that she had a passion for helping children. She demonstrates that passion during every waking moment.