Results tagged with 'milwaukee public library'
Published Sept. 1, 2016
There are countless Milwaukeeans who have left an indelible mark on the city, even though folks rarely utter their names. One of them is Albert E. Kagel, a German immigrant educator, who was an MPS teacher, principal, assistant superintendent and acting superintendent.
Published July 22, 2016
On Wednesday evening, Milwaukee Public Library hosted a community meeting at the Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center, on Mitchell Street, about a new branch nearby in the former Hills Building at 906-910 W. Mitchell St.
Published July 18, 2016
In advance of a community meeting this week to discuss design plans for a new South Side library on 9th and Mitchell to replace the Forest Home Library, Milwaukee Public Library has released an image showing how the interior of the new library might look.
Published May 3, 2016
Milwaukee Public Library has launched a new video series called "Stories from the Stacks," and the segments offer a mix of interesting stories about the library, including a powerful one about an author that wrote a book at the Central Library while she was homeless.
Published April 25, 2016
April is Poetry Month, hence OnMilwaukee tracked down the witty Matt Cook who is Milwaukee's Poet Laureate until 2017 and asked him about writing, how Milwaukee rates as a poetry town and why so many people dislike poetry.
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Friday July 24th, 2009 - Milwaukee, WI I have a friend from out of town that had a job interview today in Milwaukee. He knew I’m from there and asked if I’d go up and show him around and make sure he was able to find the place he needed to be. I really didn’t want to...
With the gas prices at record highs and the warm weather finally arriving, it's the perfect time to become a tourist in our hometown.
Editors and writers at onmilwaukee.com, as well as many savvy readers, have already encouraged this creative approach to local "travel". Right no...
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