A live exhibition of the series focusing on the impact of gun violence on young people in Milwaukee was held at the Pabst Theater. Our recap.
Online raters choose blue and gold banner from five finalists
The camp, which welcomes high school students from around the Midwest who identify as gay, trans, lesbian or bisexual, is making a significant difference in the lives of those who attend the five-night event at UWM.
A new grocery store beneath a hive of millenial-marketed housing promises a gustatory bouquet at down-market prices. We’ll see about that.
Finalists for the “People’s Flag of Milwaukee” will be unveiled on Saturday, May 14, but a final decision on any change to the much-discussed city flag will be up to City Hall politicians.
Relocated tenants take leave of Walker’s Point studio venue.
Cozy up with Burleigh’s honking big new meat market.
Harvard sociologist Matthew Desmond talks about “Evicted,” the new book that ripped the Band-Aid off more than a few of Milwaukee’s ills.
A pedal-powered concert, a film festival, a traveling exhibit, a play, biking events, river cleanups, trail cleanups, and much more.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service marks five years of reaching the city’s urban neighborhoods.