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Take a Peek Inside This Milwaukee-Area Frank Lloyd Wright Home Remodel | Milwaukee Magazine Take a Peek Inside This Milwaukee-Area Frank Lloyd Wright Home Remodel
A pool and pool house blend seamlessly into a classic Frank Lloyd Wright design. The post Take a Peek Inside This Milwaukee-Area Frank Lloyd Wright Home Remodel appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | August 18, 2017
New TFA summer institute pairs MPS mentors with future Milwaukee teachers | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv New TFA summer institute pairs MPS mentors with future Milwaukee teachers
In the first year of Teach for America’s Milwaukee Summer Institute, new corps members learned the basics of teaching, and the challenges and opportunities of working in the city.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
On the Block: Giving back | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv On the Block: Giving back
Mariah Robinson-Page started going to the Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club in Sherman Park when she was 5 years old. Now she is a member of the staff.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
ICE and surveillance | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv ICE and surveillance
Isiah Holmes, a writer and videographer, warns that undocumented immigrants are particularly at risk of being harmed by technological surveillance techniques used by law enforcement agencies.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
‘We Got This’ to acquire Borchert Field lots from city | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv ‘We Got This’ to acquire Borchert Field lots from city
The Common Council has approved the sale of two vacant lots near 9th and Ring streets to “We Got This.” Andre Lee Ellis and his youth employment and mentoring organization will develop one of the lots.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
New Marcus Garvey Community Garden launches in Amani | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv New Marcus Garvey Community Garden launches in Amani
Grassroots activists launch the Marcus Garvey Community Garden on 37th Street.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
Milwaukee marks 50th anniversary of open housing marches on Aug. 28 | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv Milwaukee marks 50th anniversary of open housing marches on Aug. 28
Members of the NAACP Youth Council, led by the Rev. James Groppi, marched for 200 nights beginning on Aug. 29, 1967, to support open housing legislation in Milwaukee. The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service took a look back in a series of 15 articles and videos.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
Mountain biking team trains youth for fall races | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv Mountain biking team trains youth for fall races
City youth who are interested in mountain biking are invited to check out the Milwaukee Mountain Biking Team, which meets twice a week at Riverside University High School.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
Uptick in deportations leads undocumented parents to make plans for children | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv Uptick in deportations leads undocumented parents to make plans for children
In the wake of local and national changes to immigration laws and policies, undocumented Milwaukeeans are taking tangible steps to prepare for possible deportation.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele announces pension reform panel to fix failed system | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele announces pension reform panel to fix failed system
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele names members of retirement sustainability panel asked to recommend reforms and fix failed system.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
Find exclusive deals, events and more | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Find exclusive deals, events and more
As an Insider, you’ve got our special connection to unique Events, Deals, and Extras only the Journal Sentinel can bring you. It’s one more way the Journal Sentinel takes you inside what’s happening in Wisconsin.       
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
Foxconn hearing coming to Sturtevant Tuesday | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Foxconn hearing coming to Sturtevant Tuesday
Lawmakers will take testimony Tuesday from people in the communities that could benefit from an up to $3 billion deal to lure a Taiwanese company and flat screen plant to southeastern Wisconsin.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
Where and how to watch Great American Eclipse in southeastern Wisconsin | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Where and how to watch Great American Eclipse in southeastern Wisconsin
Where and how to watch Great American Eclipse in southeastern Wisconsin        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett to have second hip replacement surgery | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett to have second hip replacement surgery
The Milwaukee mayor's hip replacement surgery is scheduled for Aug. 30.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
U.S. Small Business Administration will provide disaster assistance for Wisconsin flood victims | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel U.S. Small Business Administration will provide disaster assistance for Wisconsin flood victims
Low-interest loans ranging from $200,000 for homeowners to $2 million will become available for victims of last months' flooding.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
Milwaukee Brewers pronounce Wisconsin city names, and fail miserably | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee Brewers pronounce Wisconsin city names, and fail miserably
FOX Sports Wisconsin asked the Milwaukee Brewers to pronounce a few Wisconsin city names. Let's just say they weren't the best.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
Fall Cooking Classes and Street Food for the Waning Days of Summer | Milwaukee Magazine Fall Cooking Classes and Street Food for the Waning Days of Summer
Learn some new cooking tricks, and listen to other dining news and tips from the This Bites duo. The post Fall Cooking Classes and Street Food for the Waning Days of Summer appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | August 18, 2017
Couple caught having sex at Wisconsin State Fair were arrested at West Allis tavern | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Couple caught having sex at Wisconsin State Fair were arrested at West Allis tavern
Woman who videotaped couple also could be charged.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
Work on state budget resuming as Foxconn hearing comes to Sturtevant Tuesday | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Work on state budget resuming as Foxconn hearing comes to Sturtevant Tuesday
After two months of stalemate, work on the stalled state budget will start back up next week as lawmakers take up a property tax cut and hear testimony on an up to $3 billion deal to lure a flat screen plant to southeastern Wisconsin.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
The Intimidator: How one man tried to permanently silence the witnesses to his crimes | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel The Intimidator: How one man tried to permanently silence the witnesses to his crimes
She thought Eddie Powe was dead. As the sirens came closer, she reached for his cellphone, keys and designer glasses. She walked away, melding into the gathering crowd, before police arrived.         
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
Daniels-Mardak Boys & Girls Club to close in a week | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv Daniels-Mardak Boys & Girls Club to close in a week
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee announced the closure of its Daniels-Mardak location, and some parents are worried about finding a new safe place for their children to spend time.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
Teens find work at City on a Hill Summer Youth Employment Program | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv Teens find work at City on a Hill Summer Youth Employment Program
City on a Hill connects students to summer work opportunities and provides lifelong skills.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
From a Barack Obama portrait to students on a tractor, murals spark creativity at MPS | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel From a Barack Obama portrait to students on a tractor, murals spark creativity at MPS
Murals were unveiled Friday at Harold S. Vincent School and Barack Obama School.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 18, 2017
ACLU, Urban Underground provide social justice training for youth | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv ACLU, Urban Underground provide social justice training for youth
The ACLU and Urban Underground hosted a two-week day camp focusing on social justice issues and leadership training for young people in Milwaukee.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 18, 2017
Things to Do This Weekend: August 17-20 | Milwaukee Magazine Things to Do This Weekend: August 17-20
Still lots of festivals and outdoor entertainment to enjoy as summer winds down. The post Things to Do This Weekend: August 17-20 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | August 17, 2017
Retired organizer reflects on career of ‘stitching’ people together | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv Retired organizer reflects on career of ‘stitching’ people together
Recently retired community organizer Talibah Mateen-Hooper devoted herself to building community block-by-block for two decades.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | August 17, 2017
Wisconsin's $3 billion offer to lure Foxconn goes to Assembly on Thursday | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin's $3 billion offer to lure Foxconn goes to Assembly on Thursday
The state would move one step closer to an up to $3 billion deal to bring a flat screen display plant to southeastern Wisconsin, under legislation coming before the state Assembly Thursday.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Pamela Joan Bin-Rella, mother of U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, dies at 75 | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Pamela Joan Bin-Rella, mother of U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, dies at 75
Pamela Joan Bin-Rella, the mother of Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, died Tuesday. She was 75 and a resident of Minneapolis.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Museum’s dinosaurs do yoga | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Museum’s dinosaurs do yoga
Carla and Carl, Milwaukee Public Museum's inflatable dinosaurs, roam the city as ambassadors for the museum. Videos are created of their excursions.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Big Wisconsin donors line up behind Leah Vukmir, Kevin Nicholson in GOP race for U.S. Senate | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Big Wisconsin donors line up behind Leah Vukmir, Kevin Nicholson in GOP race for U.S. Senate
Leah Vukmir and Kevin Nicholson are lining up donors in the race for the GOP nomination to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin next year.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
6 of the Best Places to Celebrate National Waffle Day in Milwaukee | Milwaukee Magazine 6 of the Best Places to Celebrate National Waffle Day in Milwaukee
If you didn't know it's National Waffle Day, here's your excuse to chow down on the breakfast classic at any hour. The post 6 of the Best Places to Celebrate National Waffle Day in Milwaukee appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | August 17, 2017
Former UW-Milwaukee student in Barcelona says terror attack 'truly shakes you' | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Former UW-Milwaukee student in Barcelona says terror attack 'truly shakes you'
Ex-Wisconsin resident was just blocks away from attack.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Religious high school loses fight over taxes on housing for international students | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Religious high school loses fight over taxes on housing for international students
Wisconsin Lutheran High School owes property tax to Milwaukee for its international student housing, court finds        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
North side Milwaukee Boys & Girls Club location will close at end of August | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel North side Milwaukee Boys & Girls Club location will close at end of August
The Daniels-Mardak Boys & Girls Club at 4834 N 35th St. will close Aug. 25.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Protesters carrying Nazi flags shock Wisconsin World War II vets and Holocaust survivors | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Protesters carrying Nazi flags shock Wisconsin World War II vets and Holocaust survivors
Protesters carrying Nazi flags shock local WW2 vets and Holocaust survivors        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin orders removal of two Confederate memorials from cemetery | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Madison Mayor Paul Soglin orders removal of two Confederate memorials from cemetery
Two Confederate memorials will be removed from a Madison cemetery, Mayor Paul Soglin said Thursday.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Dinosaurs take on human activities as part of Milwaukee Public Museum summer initiative | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Dinosaurs take on human activities as part of Milwaukee Public Museum summer initiative
T. rex couple Carl and Carla go around the city participating in activities to help promote the museum.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee says distributed solar eclipse glasses are unsafe | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee says distributed solar eclipse glasses are unsafe
UWM distributed solar eclipse glasses this week that do not have a proper safety certificate and is urging people to discard the glasses.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Wisconsin Assembly approves up to $3 billion offer to lure Foxconn | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin Assembly approves up to $3 billion offer to lure Foxconn
The state moved one step closer to an up to $3 billion deal to bring a flat screen display plant to southeastern Wisconsin with the approval of legislation by the state Assembly Thursday.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 17, 2017
Meet the Intrepid Lake Michigan Swimmers | Milwaukee Magazine Meet the Intrepid Lake Michigan Swimmers
This intrepid group of swimmers makes braving the chilly water of Lake Michigan seem fun. The post Meet the Intrepid Lake Michigan Swimmers appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | August 17, 2017