There's simply nothing better than a farmers market in Wisconsin. Here is a guide to markets that will be opening and guidelines you'll need to follow to support them.
To get to know new Marcus Center CEO Kendra Whitlock Ingram a little better, we asked her what she was most excited about to explore in her new city. She and her husband previously lived in Denver.
If you think the elves in the North Pole have been busy, wait until you see what the workers at Splash Studio have been working on: a pop-up winter wonderland called Elves Studio, opening at the art bar's East Side HQ on Saturday, Nov. 23.
The annual Express Yourself Milwaukee showcase returns to the Miller High Life Theatre, 500 W. Kilbourn Ave., on Thursday, May 9, at 6:30 p.m., with a pre-show reception at 5:30.
After hosting their first successful West Allis Makers Market in June, The West Allis Farmers Market has teamed up again with the West Allis Cheese and Sausage Shoppe and Eat West Allis to host a second (even bigger) market on Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 5:30 to 9 p.m.
Reversing a decision last week, Shorewood drama will perform "To Kill A Mockingbird" Wednesday night at Shorewood High School.
Today, Chicago, reminds us to appreciate Gallery Night with reporter Lori Racki's preview of next month's event in Downtown Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra today confirmed that an anonymous patron donor is leading an initiative to explore the possibility of acquiring the former Warner Grand Theatre building on West Wisconsin Avenue to serve as the MSO's dedicated performance center.
Four nationally renowned artists will be working with students at four MPS schools this year to use arts as a way to help students succeed academically. It's a part of Turnaround Arts, the signature program of the President's Committee on Arts and Humanities.
"I really can't remember when I started making art. I think that means I've always just done it," Milwaukee artist Della Wells told Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service as she sat in the yard of her Riverwest apartment and chatted about art and the city.
Twenty visual arts and arts education programs in the community were recently awarded $338,000 in funding from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Mary L. Nohl Fund.
Spoken-word artist, writer and social entrepreneur Dasha Kelly was recently named one of two 2016 Artists of the Year by the City of Milwaukee Arts Board. Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service talked with the local artist about her inspirations and goals.
The Milwaukee Ballet is celebrating this summer after seeing a 15 percent boost in attendance and record revenue of $2.3 million, proving that high-quality work will capture attention - and, perhaps most importantly, dollars - in Milwaukee.
Local police officers took to the stage in the annual Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee talent show, "Can you hear us now?" to promote a safe summer, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. The performance was held at Milwaukee High School of the Arts.
The Milwaukee Art Museum announced the launch of the Family Access Membership, a $20 year-long family membership to the museum for families who qualify for specific forms of public assistance.