Results tagged with 'Profiles'
Published Nov. 16, 2019
Bradley Thurman has always been about business. His most well-known venture is the Coffee Makes You Black coffee shop, which he and his wife, Laurie, opened at 2803 N. Teutonia Ave. in 2001, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Oct. 13, 2019
When UMOS president and CEO Lupe Martinez was a child he was called "El Viejito," which means "the old man" in Spanish. Given the circumstances, it was an appropriate nickname, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Aug. 27, 2019
This list couldn't possibly include every Latino doing good work in the community. It does, however, introduce you to some people you've never heard of who are doing great things in other parts of the state or simply working behind the scenes, doing the work without the accolades.
Published July 28, 2019
Alike and different, the Haywoods exude drive and a serious commitment to bringing improvements, each in his own way, to Milwaukee and Wisconsin, especially to the African American community where they live, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Feb. 9, 2019
As director of CDS, providing preliminary design and planning services to underserved communities, Carolyn Esswein has been instrumental in helping residents envision the potential of their neighborhood, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
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