Results tagged with 'sherman park'
Published April 29, 2015
Standing on the trash-sprinkled front steps of the Schrager Auction Galleries, 2915 N. Sherman Blvd., Wolfgang Rosenau recalls the deathbed conversation he had with the building's late owner, auctioneer Al Schrager. It was September 2013 when Schrager, by then too weak to speak, squeezed the hand of Rosenau, his friend and fellow antiques dealer, acknowledging Rosenau's promise to help find a suitable owner for his beloved auction house.
Published Feb. 23, 2015
After a year-long strategic planning process and deliberate analysis of Milwaukee's neighborhoods, Safe & Sound is excited to publically announce its new priority neighborhoods.
Published Dec. 23, 2014
On Saturday, Jan. 10, Sherman Perk Coffee Shop will host "Racial Healing Part 3," a celebration of Sherman Park neighborhood and community.
Published Aug. 21, 2014
There is an informal service industry in Milwaukee made up of landscapers who go door to door, offering up their services at a discount as a way to make a living. During the winter, many of the landscapers go door to door with shovels, hoping to make a few dollars clearing snow and ice.
Published June 17, 2014
Inspired by last year's TypeFace project, Present Music went back into the same four neighborhoods and, working with schools, organizations and a senior center in the communities, developed new works based on their words and experiences. The results comprise an integral facet of Present Music's season finale, "Home Place," a musical and visual examination of what words and concepts like "home" and "shelter" mean on several levels.
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