On Tuesday night, students gathered mats and began to set their stations for meditation and yoga. The excited younger students rushed to get their mats closest to the instructor while the reluctant older students dragged and hung around the back. As the class begins to get rowdy, the instructor uses standard teacher maneuvers to get […]
Crowds squeezed into Colectivo on Humboldt, sipping coffee and listening to Florentine Opera musicians perform favorite holiday tunes. Morgan Langley listened in.
For the first time, the popular television show America’s Got Talent held auditions in Milwaukee. Michael Jung was there.
There was spirit in the air at the Wisconsin Center as more than 100 cheerleading teams competed at the Universal Cheer Association Milwaukee Championships. Anijah White reports.
The Milwaukee Press Club celebrated its 132nd Anniversary with the annual “Meet the Media” event. Guests ordered drinks from local media celebrity bartenders, networked and socialized. Carrie Mahone checked out the scene.
After a terrible hurricane season in the United States, Elite Sports club hosted a fundraiser event for relief efforts. Claudia Delgadillo reports.
Spring Creek Church produced “In a Galilee Far Far Away,” a children’s Christmas musical, for the holiday. Seth Dittmer was there.
The distinct sound of coins could be heard above the roar of the music, dancing and competition, as thousands of people gathered to celebrate the Hmong New Year at the State Fairgrounds in Milwaukee. ReAnna Oestreich was there.
Chicago’s Christkindlmarket has brought an international flair to the holiday season for over twenty years, with the majority of that time at Daley Plaza. Henry Morgan reports.
In a city that cherishes drinking as much as Milwaukee, performance spaces that include fans of all ages very rarely last. Freespace has organized 25 shows over the last three years with no sign of slowing down. Lauren Keene reports.
The end of the year is a generous time, and people will be making donations to many charities. One example is the Pinky Swear Foundation. Sydney Ewert has the story.
Families found a variety of gifts at Boerner Botanical Gardens during the annual holiday fair. Jared Cohen reports.
Gestan Joshua works full time as a repair & installation technician, all while building his catalog as a producer.
Despite its location, many UWM students don’t even know the American Geographical Society Library exists. Visitors have access to hundreds of globes and maps, including maps of Milwaukee county which detail where the best to live might be based on crime rates and high levels of residential security. Curator Marcy Bidney does her part to […]
She lives a life revolved around the arts. That’s what life is like for Gekayla Telford, or as her Facebook profile says, Ya’amani Anaeshii Telford. The name Ya’amani means peace and joy. Interesting lead. Gekayla is an actor, writer, and artist all while being a student at the University of Milwaukee. She is an English/Lit […]
For the third semester in a row, one of Hugo Ljungbäck’s films has been selected to be featured in the student film festival here at UWM. The film “Last Words” was featured for the 73rd Student Film and Video Festival, which followed his spring 2017 submission of “When I Was Four,” and fall 2016 submission […]
A crowd of intrigued community members listened attentively as Matthew Flynn addressed them in Spanish at his meet-and-greet event on Milwaukee’s south side on Nov. 16 at Tres Hermanos Restaurant. At first surprised, but then impressed at his bilingual skills, people said they were excited to hear his plan for Wisconsin, as he is one […]
Do you love your melon? Well, Alyssa Thomas, Co- Captain and Event Manager for the UW-Milwaukee Love Your Melon organization sure does. During her freshman year, Alyssa became aware of the LYM brand and loved the ideas and products they had to offer so she decided to get more information. Thomas later found out someone […]