by Lee Gutowski Riverwest boasts a talented, caring, imaginative, motivated and downright interesting population, which makes for a seemingly unlimited font of inspiration to draw from for each month’s Neighbor Spotlight. This month’s subject, Bruce Wiggins, is another such Riverwester who we’re proud to feature in this space. He is a well-traveled Milwaukeean-by-birth who was […]
CHURCH CONCERTS MILWAUKEE FRIENDS MEETING Community Potluck and Sing-A-Long on Sat, Jan 4, 5:30-8:30PM. Bring food to share and your voice to sing! (3224 N Gordon Place) For more info, email email@example.com ST HEDWIG CHURCH Epiphany Concert, Sun, Jan 5, 3PM features choirs from OLDP, Old St. Mary, SS Peter & Paul, and Three Holy […]
Milwaukee’s East Side will soon be the site of the second Waldorf-inspired high school in the state of Wisconsin. For over a decade, a Waldorf “high school initiative” has been evolving from the seeds sown by interested students, parents and faculty based out of the Tamarack Waldorf School at 1150 E. Brady St., in the St. Hedwig’s church school building.
JUL 23-AUG 3 FREE ART FOR KIDS Gordon Park Mon-Fri, 1-4PM, awe-inc.org AUG 1-31 RIVERWEST CO-OP CAFÉ 733 E Clarke St, Art Exhibit: Eleanor Bleksley, abstract oil pastels AUG 9-26 MILWAUKEE CHAMBER THEATRE 158 N. Broadway, A Thousand Clowns AUG 10-12 DANCEWORKS 1661 N Water, Danceworks On Tap: The Pursuit of Tappyness AUG 13-23 CITY […]
Sustainability is a word familiar to most Riverwest residents. Whether it’s installing a rain barrel, better roof insulation or solar panels, recycling to the max, buying locally whenever possible, or even keeping bees, our neighbors likely are at the top of their game when it comes to living in Earth-friendly ways. But that’s on a neighborhood level. Is it possible for the city of Milwaukee as a whole to take up the sustainability challenge?