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The Milwaukee Writers’ Circle Book Launch Breakfast


Milwaukee Writers’ Circle holding book launch breakfast with authors Event will showcase anthology book written by seventeen authors, meant to promote the cultures and traditions of Milwaukee   Milwaukee, WI: Today, The Milwaukee Writers’ Circle, a community of experienced and... Continue Reading →

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Press Release: P3 Development Group


New King Drive business to hold open house celebration Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs said a Milwaukee-based consulting business will celebrate its expansion to new space in the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District No. 8 by hosting an open house event... Continue Reading →

WELCOME BACK ERIC VON


Congratulations is in order, to Eric Von long over due return to Milwaukee morning talk radio. Coming April 3 2015, The Eric Von Show will air from 7:00 am to 9:00 am. On 860 WNOV "The Voice" Milwaukee Black community has... Continue Reading →

Jack & Jill of America, Inc., Milwaukee Chapter – 2015 Old School Dance


The Milwaukee Chapter of Jack & Jill of America, Inc. is hosting an Old School Party Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Celebrations Banquet Hall 4740 W. Bradley Rd. If you would like tickets to the event just email info@themilwaukeedrum.com.  ... Continue Reading →

African World Festival This Saturday August 3rd


African World Festival is THIS SATURDAY August 3rd from Noon to Midnight. This year’s featured artist is India.Arie Hope to see you there!

30 Americans on Display at Milwaukee Art Museum


30 Americans on Display at Milwaukee Art Museum June 14–September 8, 2013 30 Americans is a dynamic exploration of contemporary American art. Paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, video, and more made by African American artists since 1970 raise questions of what it means to be a contemporary artist and an African American today. Whether addressing issues of race, gender, sexuality, politics, or history—or seemingly remaining silent about them—these works offer powerful interpretations of cultural identity and artistic legacy.

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