It's a tough time right now in our city, so let's focus on love for a few minutes and turn Brew City into Rainbow City. All you need is chalk!
#ProudlyTogether plans to raise $50,000 via community support to support five organizations that have worked in recent months to ensure the Milwaukee community receives needed services, including mental health programming, HIV education and housing resources.
Well, you did it Milwaukee. Triskele's sold not 51 but 70 (!) fish fries in under an hour yesterday.
Since moving their mobile food business to Milwaukee in 2017, Lumpia City has made a name for itself with unique, non-traditional takes on Fillipino lumpia. And their newest flavor is a fine example.
Throughout the pandemic, This Is It has remained vibrant and connective with the community - and that continues this weekend with its Virtual Pride event, a four-day online celebration.
This is the story of Gregory and Orry Leon, the proud gay men whose work forms the backbone of Amilinda and whose personalities have made it a warm, welcoming place for everyone.
In conjunction with OnMilwaukee Pride Week, the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and because they've struggled during the mandatory shutdown due to COVID-19, Triskele's owners Jolinda Klopp and Lynn Winter hope to sell 51 fish fries this Friday.
"MKE Pride Party Pack" auction is now live and offers 13 different kits featuring everything needed to celebrate Pride at home, for now, and in public later. All proceeds go back to the sponsoring bar's bartenders and servers.
The rainbow crosswalks, located at the intersection of Jefferson and Wells St., will soon be repainted, according to Urban Milwaukee. The repainting is scheduled for Saturday, June 6 if the weather cooperates.
OnMilwaukee, along with many partners and friends, declares June 1-7 "MKE Pride Week," and will host myriad fun, safe events this week as well as bedazzling the site with LBGTQ- themed articles, interviews, podcasts, a new "rainbow Hoan" logo and even host a "Parade" this Sunday!
Pride Fest and the Pride Parade will not look anything like it has in previous years, but OnMilwaukee promises to bring as much love to the web as possible, starting with this EnCOURAGEment Project.