Two south side Milwaukee natives want the world to see their hometown – and they are using art to get the job done.
Wisconsin's Latino veterans were honored at the Milwaukee War Memorial Center Wednesday.
Forward Latino operates out of an office in Franklin and focuses on issues surrounding immigration, education and help victims of hate crimes.
Friday marks the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month, and there are many ways the community is kicking off celebrations in Milwaukee.
In a Caldeonia garage, Ulisis Santiago makes handcrafted cowbells that are sought across the country and Latin America.
The Center for Veterans Issues is known best for serving homeless veterans, but the organization juggles multiple projects at any given time with Eduardo Garza leading the way.
Tucked away near Milwaukee’s 13th and Oklahoma neighborhood is a buzzing boutique. It’s family-owned and bursting at the seams with everything you need for a special occasion.
Thursday, Sept. 15 marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month across the country. It is a time to recognize and celebrate the contributions of Latinos in the community.
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 – and there are plenty of events you can tap into to celebrate!
Life often takes people down unfamiliar paths. When it comes to the UCC's Laura Gutiérrez, life brought her back to where her journey started.
A love for music and culture is bringing people in Milwaukee together.
If you want to build something that stands the test of time, take a lesson from Lopez Bakery & Restaurant on Milwaukee’s south side.
The pandemic shut down Milwaukee’s "Mexican Fiesta." But it did not slow down fundraising for the Wisconsin Hispanic Scholarship Foundation.
Brew City has a rich and diverse food scene among them is a vibrant blue food truck that made its debut late last year.
A visit to a free clinic like Milwaukee's Sixteenth Street Community Health Center inspired Dr. Jorge Ramallo to work to help bridge the language gap in medicine.
It doesn't matter if it's barely after dawn or well after dusk -- dancers at the Gustavo Krystal Dance Studio on Mineral Street near 2nd Street in Milwaukee's Walker's Point neighborhood move to the Latin rhythms of bachata, salsa, cha-cha, and merengue.
A group in Milwaukee’s art scene is carving out a new platform. It all began when two women realized the lack of representation of Latina artists in the area.
She was the first in her family to venture into the United States for higher education. Now Marisol Coriano, a leader at Rockwell Automation, is using her life experiences to inspire future generations in STEM fields.
The violin is an instrument with a rich history. At the United Community Center on Milwaukee’s south side, it can be found in the hands of young people, eager to learn it. At the head of the classroom is Dinorah Marquez.
She works tirelessly to make complex choreography look effortless. At the age of 26, Marize Fumero is living her dream as a leading artist for the Milwaukee Ballet, but to make this stage of her life a reality, the young ballerina had to leap through many obstacles.