A clean-up, after the protests and unrest of the past weekend, will be hosted this afternoon on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, starting at noon and running until 4 p.m.
Pete's fruit market
What do chefs shop for at local markets? That's the question we're exploring in this new video series in which we give chefs $50 to spend at area grocers and farmers markets.
Join OnMilwaukee's Bobby Tanzilo for the installment of Milwaukee Walks as he takes to the streets on Bronzeville to talk about the landscape and the history of this vibrant Milwaukee neighborhood.
Milwaukee commercial development "superhero" Kalan Haywood, Sr. collected three trophies at the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation event, sponsored by LISC Milwaukee and U.S. Bank, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
LISC Milwaukee wants you to help select the winner in the Wells Fargo People's Choice Category. Each voter can select its top three among the nominees and the winner gets $1,000.
A property that once was once slated to be a Dollar Store today boasts a full-service grocery store selling fresh produce along with delicacies including black-tip shark from Florida and red snapper from Brazil, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Having operated his first Wisconsin grocery store on the near South Side since 1992, Greek immigrant Pete Tsitiridis yesterday cut the ribbon on his new location on the corner of King Drive and North Avenue in Bronzeville.
The long-anticipated Bronzeville location of Pete's Fruit Market, 2303 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Dr., is set to open its doors on Sept. 14, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
The Clarke Square Community Garden is celebrating the launch of gardening season with a garden kick-off event, garden plots and two free gardening classes for those who'd like to learn more about gardening.
Supporters of America's Black Holocaust Museum are celebrating the news that the museum has been offered space in a new building to be constructed at the corner of North Avenue and 4th Street, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
Locally owned and operated Pete's Fruit Market announced plans for a new store in the Bronzeville neighborhood at the heart of the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District.
Milwaukee is filled with amazing people who love food. Take Derek Mosley, for instance. This municipal court judge is not only one of the nicest guys in the city, but he knows his grub.
A new urban farming initiative on Milwaukee's South Side aims to unite community in the production of good, wholesome food.
Pete's Pops, a new frozen treat vendor, will soon stroll the streets of Milwaukee.
Core/El Centro has started a weekly farmer's market, held on the rooftop of the Clock Shadow building at 130 W. Bruce St.