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Kids & Family - Oct. 8, 2014
MPS details Malcolm X settlement for city committee
A group of Milwaukee Public Schools officials appeared before the Common Council's Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee at City Hall Tuesday morning to offer updates on the plan to open an International Baccalaureate Middle School at the former Malcolm X Academy, 2760 N. 1st St.
Milwaukee Buzz - Aug. 12, 2014
Alex Runner's take on "Milwaukee's 14 Most Important People"
Dave Begel's latest list, of course, was well read, shared and discussed. It also led to others creating similar lists. One came from Alex Runner. Via Facebook, Runner, a former aid to Ald. Willie Hines, current blogger and civic leader, posted his take on MKE's most important people. I asked him if we could share it, so here it is.
Kids & Family - Dec. 18, 2013
MPS board votes on Dover sale this week
After a pair of public meetings about a plan to create housing for teachers at the former Dover Street School in Bay View, the school board will take up an administration recommendation at Thursday's meeting to move forward with the plan and sell the building for $350,000.
Milwaukee Buzz - Dec. 12, 2013
5th Street School plan shows charettes can spur quick progress
Next week DCD Commissioner Rocky Marcoux and Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs will host a charette - which is a 75-cent word for an intensive architectural or development planning meeting - aimed at kickstarting development at a number of sites in the Bronzeville neighborhood. A June charette produced an exciting plan for the old Fifth Street School.
Milwaukee Buzz - Nov. 14, 2013
Theme announced for 30th annual MLK birthday celebration
The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts announced today the theme and events for the city's 30th annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday.

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