Learn about Visual Vibes on Villard and Artist Working in Education’s Silver City Artist-in-Residency with Sara Gail Luther, some of the projects featured in Virtual Doors Open 2020.
Milwaukee County sees surge in COVID-19 cases as city names an interim health commissioner. What you need to know this week.
Donate socks to help homeless residents; check out an event about mental health for middle and high school students; go “Behind the Scenes” for a virtual Doors Open; take in Latino Arts’ Day of the Dead ofrendas exhibit; and attend an end-of-summer bash in Amani neighborhood.
Learn about the newly renovated Pulaski Park and Peace Garden Project MKE, some of the projects featured in Virtual Doors Open 2020.
Jason Cleereman, an immigration attorney who often provided pro bono and reduced rate legal services and a longtime board member of the Southside Organizing Center, was shot and killed Tuesday near the Holton Street Bridge. He was 54.
Check out the Dolphin Pool pitch contest; learn how to buy a home; hike with the Urban Ecology Center; watch the virtual Doors Open; and help clean up the Mitchell Park Domes.
A year ago, Dr. Robert Davis became the president and CEO of America’s Black Holocaust Museum. Under his leadership the museum is revamping its digital space and making plans to reopen.
Before indulging in shallow celebrations for Hispanic Heritage Month, perhaps we should instead consider how Milwaukeeans can deem a population vital while allowing them to suffer so greatly.
Groups across Milwaukee are fundraising and offering services to ensure school-age students have access to the internet and are able to succeed during remote learning.
An ambitious plan to expand the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District #8, which was opposed by members of the Five Points Neighborhood Association, was unanimously approved in a 14-0 vote Tuesday by the Common Council.