Popular business magazine Inc. just named Milwaukee as one of three unexpected cities for startups, despite Milwaukee’s lack of startup activity in recent years. Here’s why.
In honor of Black History Month, “Urban Heroes, Urban Wood” will feature artwork that pays homage to Milwaukee’s most influential black citizens.
America’s Black Holocaust Museum is uniting people throughout Greater Milwaukee with its annual gathering for racial repair and reconciliation.
This February, honor the rich history of African American culture with these local events.
Wisconsin’s net gain of one-way U-Haul truck rentals highlights Milwaukee’s recent growth and its efforts to re-brand itself to potential in-movers.
In the second event of the monthly series, panelists will discuss how Milwaukee can rebrand itself to the outside world.
Sweet and simple to heartfelt and sentimental, these romantic gestures will win hearts and minds.
Milwaukee Magazine is bringing its pages to life in the second edition of its new monthly event series.
Mike Lovell hopes a bevy of new projects will breathe energy into the 16th Street area.
The event will also celebrate difference-makers in the Milwaukee community.