CirculateMKE’s mobile market, which creates space and opportunity for shoppers and entrepreneurs to experience the diverse cultures of Milwaukee, is back to in-person business.
The pandemic is taking a toll on the mental health of residents and leading to a rise in suicide attempts, leaders say.
Take a self-guided bike tour in the Menomonee River Valley; view the work of artists in “Here to Stay: Braving Barriers Through Performance”; sign up for an expungement and pardon clinic; join Walnut Way’s “Real Men, Real Conversation” series; and check out a social justice rally.
Milwaukee native Theo Rogers explores how COVID-19 is affecting the Black community in new documentary.
The Minority Health Film Festival is taking place; residents can drop off old prescription drugs; Menomonee River Valley Week starts Saturday; Clarke Square is having a neighborhood cleanup; and North Side Rising is hosting a night out.
One of the goals of the “Complete Streets” program is to reduce health disparities by providing spaces where people in lower income neighborhoods can walk, bike and run safely.
The work to ensure equity, access and opportunity continues, along with a supported vision to ensure the same investment and support visible in the south end of the King Drive business district is equally visible and felt on the north end.
Pamela McCreary had one month to find other work within her company or take a severance package. She decided to step out on faith and bet on herself.
Milwaukee is setting its budget for the next year. Here are ways you can weigh in.
After testing positive for COVID-19, Greg Lewis almost lost his life. Now the pastor is engaged in a new battle: Organizing church leaders and their congregations beyond Election Day.