DEC 6-20 JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS Emergency Tapestries — an exibit by Erika Diamond (see pg 9) DEC 11 – JAN 2 INSPIRATION STUDIOS Pushing Boundaries — an exhibit by Patty Aker & Kay Jelinek (Sheboygan) thru Dec 3 JAZZ GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS Warped Milwaukee — 8th Annual Fiber Art […]
Kern Park New Restrooms – Finally!
After years of going with out proper restroom facilities, the construction is well on the way for new public toilets and a picnic shelter. The older building on this site was in disrepair and the copper pipes had been stolen and not replaced leaving the park with portable toilets (often disgusting) and evidence of relief […]
by Tom Held People in Wisconsin seem to have developed a cartoonish, and dangerous, approach toward driving. One that screams, “Out of my way, I’m a motorist.” It’s an attitude that kills people, in cars, on bikes and on foot. Fifty-five people were killed while walking in Wisconsin in 2015, a 22% increase from the […]
The First new credit union in Wisconsin in almost 10 years
The First new credit union in Wisconsin in almost 10 years reaches major goal in six months The organizers of a new credit union for the Harambee and Riverwest (Photo of Alex Brower by Vince Bushell) neighborhoods of Milwaukee announced Tuesday that they have reached a major milestone on the road to securing a charter […]
September is one of the most beautiful times in Milwaukee – the nights are welcoming and sweet, the days are crisp and blue, and the warm camaraderie within Harambee and Riverwest is palpable. It’s the perfect time to come out and celebrate the spirit of the Riverworks District! Building off the excitement of last year’s […]