Results tagged with 'jennifer morales'
Published April 17, 2015
I think of Milwaukee activist and former school board member Jennifer Morales as a strong advocate for the city's schools and children. Her new book, "Meet Me Halfway: Milwaukee Stories" collects nine short stories centered around Milwaukee and populated by Milwaukeeans. The richly drawn works open a window to the city and the struggles and joys experienced by its people.
Published Aug. 7, 2014
There are about 4,400 people living in Viroqua, the county seat of Vernon County, and it's located just over three hours west of Milwaukee. In recent years, myriad Milwaukeeans relocated to the town and last month OnMilwaukee.com went to find out why.
Published Dec. 11, 2012
"12/12/12," will feature 12 hours of simultaneously evolving installation and performance art from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. at RedLine, 1422 N. 4th St.
Published Aug. 31, 2012
The Milwaukee LGBT Community Center, the non-profit organization dedicated to being the home of Milwaukee's LGBT population, is making some important changes, reenergizing and building new connections with the broader community.
Published Aug. 8, 2012
The LGBT Film / Video Festival is holding one of its monthly screenings on Thursday, Aug. 9, with Andy Warhol's film "Kiss" at the Lynden Sculpture Garden. The open-air screening of 13 couples kissing is co-sponsored by the LBGT Community Center.
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