Results tagged with 'housing'
Published July 13, 2013
For almost two decades, the iconic "purple house" sat on the corner of 43rd and Howard, and the entire time, the neighborhood was divided. Some found it to be an eyesore, while others appreciated it as a quirky, iconic landmark. In 2010, the house was torn down but now, the son of the former owners hopes to buy back the land.
Published May 9, 2013
It is hard to believe, but the show "Cops" has been on the air for 25 years. With more than 900 episodes under its belt, the production will end its run on Fox this season.
Published Feb. 14, 2013
Everyone can agree: race - and racism - is one touchy subject. With "Clybourne Park," the Milwaukee Rep tackles the issue in an unconventional way: with comedy. Gerard Neugent sits down with OnMilwaukee.com to discuss the power of comedy to create dialogue within the community.
Published Feb. 7, 2013
For the full day Friday, the crew at the Fox Business Network will be presenting a special report on housing, telling the real estate story for different areas in the U.S. - including Milwaukee.
Published Feb. 2, 2013
Courage comes in many forms and styles, but when you have the spine to wrap sadness and danger in a blanket of comedy, you end up with something that is really brave. That is the case of the stunning production of "Clybourne Park" that opened Friday night at the Milwaukee Rep.
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One rarely hears of subsidized housing units that offer smoke-free living spaces, however Westlawn Gardens has done just that. As the new coordinator of the Wisconsin Tobacco Prevention and Poverty Network (WTPPN), I would like to congratulate the Housing Authority of the City of Mi...
Officials of the Milwaukee office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will be honored at a fundraising dinner on May 22 to benefit Lissy’s Place, a haven for homeless and abused women on Milwaukee’s West Side. ...
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