South 5th Street area businesses, residents, and stakeholders: Thank you for attending the June 22 meeting to discuss the options for the repaving of South 5th Street between Virginia Street or Scott Street and/or your subsequent feedback on this issue. We have received a significant amount of input on this project and I am emailing to remind you that the Department of City Development, Department of Public Works, and Ald. Jose Perez are hosting a follow up meeting to discuss the project, the…See More
The Walker’s Point and Walker Square Neighborhood Associations are bringing Milwaukee an entire afternoon of events in celebration of Dia de los Muertos in honor of our loved ones we have passed into death. Starting at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday October 31st in Walker Square Park, located at 1028 S. 9th Street we will have face painting, art making, an art market, food, music, which will follow with a Día de los Muertos 5k Run/Walk. At noon the run/walk will being and end at Walker Square Park…See More
June 30, 2015 WPA Community Gathering6:00-7:15pm at Brenner Brewing706 S. 5th St. • Milwaukee, WI 53204 Theme: Walker’s Point Real Estate Projects5:45 - 6:10 - Community Networking - Special Musical Guest: Evan Christian6:10 - 6:25…See More
October 1, 2015 at 7:30pm to October 25, 2015 at 2pm
Seat backs up. Fasten belts. New York, soon after 9/11. Khaled, a young Arab American writer, receives a cordial visit from Carl and Bartlett, two government officials. Their friendly demeanor slowly devolves into aggressive suspicion, and Khaled finds himself accused of possible ties to terrorists. The tension mounts and Khaled's situation turns increasingly surreal, as the meaning of being a free citizen - wedged uncomfortably between security and civil rights - comes into very sharp and…See More
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