Northshore Fire Department firefighter Brian Sullivan (on ladder) sprays a fire inhibitant foam as Capt. Jim Mayer assists on March 14 as they return to eliminate a flare-up on the remains of a burned out home on the 5300 block of W. Glenbrook Road. The house had been empty during remodeling.
Liam Boyle, 7, sang his own song while listening to Ian Gould at the Milwaukee Irish Fest Family Day on March 16. Liam is the son of Milwaukee Irish Fest executive director Patrick Boyle and joined others in kids crafts and a visit by Paddy and Molly McFest.
A Greendale cheerleader looks on during the closing seconds of Greendale's WIAA Boys State Basketball Tournament semifinal game against Rice Lake in the Kohl Center on March 14. Rice lake won the game 70-58.
Wauwatosa West High School Senior David Bruck, 17, practices playing his saxophone before the start of a dress rehearsal of the school's play "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" in the school March 18.
Kari Whitmore (left) helps Megan Murry, 13, apply a temporary tattoo Megan made in the Franklin Public Library on March 20. The tattooing was part of a Choose Your Faction movie release party held for young people at the library.
Fourth grader Steve Hutton sells rock candy and fudge to schoolmates as he and 24 other "vendors" offered homemade products to their Brookfield Christian School schoolmates in a Homemade Market on March 12 that culminates their studies of injustices to different groups of people and with action through enterprise by donating all profits to the International Justice Mission.
Aidan Butler (front) and Ryan Schraufnagel team up to constuct a structure to be added to a city created by 12 children during a Lego City class offered by the Germantown Recreation Department at County Line School on Feb. 12.
A shirt seen in the audience following Not In My Town's screening of its film "Waking in Oak Creek" about the Sikh Temple shooting and its aftermath to a packed house in the Oak Creek Community Center on March 13.
Owen Ziebell watches all the board breaking and other activity with his mom Alison during a board-breaking fundraiser at Brookfield's Karate America as a benefit to Owen Ziebell to help defray his medical costs. Proceeds from all board sales and pledges would go to Ziebell.
Lidia Saypanya, co-owner of Bounce Realm at 4595 S. 27th. St., features 14 large inflatables, 37 arcade games, and the new Adventures at Bounce Realm area featuring a five-level inddor caving experience.
Belinda Balir (Lexi Peterson, left) and Dotty Ottley (Analisa Mundell Wachowiak) find Gary LeJune (Hunter Zimmerman) anfter he tumbled down some stairs in the Greenfield High School production of Noises Off with show dates of 7 p.m. March 21 and 22, and 2 p.m. on March 23.