Results tagged with 'sherman park'
Published Oct. 6, 2015
Furniture maker Matt Bohlmann, who bought the long-vacant Finney Library in the Sherman Park historic district last March, has made progress renovating the building that will become his studio and an arts incubator. In addition, according to a Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service report, Bohlmann has recruited prominent local artist Reginald Baylor to become his first tenant.
Published July 26, 2015
Malcolm Fuller's got it all, including a great job at Harley-Davidson. He also has compassion for people and his community which is why he's this week's Milwaukee All-Star.
Published June 17, 2015
Sherman Park resident Frank Finch III and a crowd of Common Ground supporters climbed the stairs of City Hall Wednesday morning to deliver the signatures of 460 residents to the office of District 7 Ald. Willie Wade. The petition, according to a report from Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, urged Wade "to deal with the blighted conditions of the homes in his district" before supporting public funding for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena.
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.
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