by Vince Bushell One proposal that has been getting short shrift in discussions is the inclusion of Green or Open space into the plan. Neither Peter Park nor the demands arising out of the CBA place much emphasis on this goal. A few parcels have been identified as “green,” but that designation seems to be […]
Archive | 2004
by Peter Schmidtke The orange Chuck E. Cheese balloon trapped against the high white ceiling of Amada Morales and Curtis Green’s one-bedroom apartment is too much for one-year-old Jordan. He peers up at it and giggles while his mother tickles the curls that form a natural mohawk atop his head, his face all eyes and […]
by Mark Lawson The Urban Ecology Center (UEC), located in Milwaukee’s historic Riverside Park, has been reviewing proposals for public art projects as part of the UEC’s expansion project. The Center’s Art Selection Committee has carefully considered several strong proposals and sought public input at an open community meeting in November.
JANUARY 1-JANUARY 18 BOULEVARD ENSEMBLE STUDIO THEATRE: Richard Kramer’s “Theater District.” Call 744-5757 for tickets and show times. Thru JANUARY 8 MEDIA BOOT CAMP: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8 PM. Strive Media Institute. 1818 N. Martin Luther King Dr. For info and registration call 355-0126 or email . thru JANUARY 25 CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Ruth […]