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A poem about optimization in the face of hardship
The gymnasium at Calvary Baptist Church was recently transformed into a space for over 100 giggling and squealing children. A March 3 Pop-Up Play event allowed them to create their own playground.
Like the thirty-some other street news paper s in the United States , Street Sense provides its vendors with instant access to a low-barrier employment opportunity (our vendors are self- employed, independent contractors) intended to provide them with both income and portable job skills.
A poem about beginnings
A poem about god and the sky
Salutations. My name is Parlez Vous. I am a neophyte Street Sense vendor. At 27 years old, I can say that I had no idea I would become an apostle of the homeless community.
A poem about counting and religion
A poem about loss and longing
A look at the television show M*A*S*H
A letter to the editor about the Street Sense community and the importance of valuing individual talent.
Women of Street Sense paid tribute to Joe Brainard’s literary piece “I Remember.”
Founded in 1990 as a faith-based homeless services organization, THC, or Transitional Housing Corporation has grown into a major Episcopal housing agency.
A poem about God and faith
A letter to Whitney Houston from a fan
You can hear the musical stylings of the Cowboy Poet when my band, Etufe, performs at Dietle’s Tavern in Rockville on March 3rd at 9 p.m.
A poem about societal conflict
A poem about space and the universe
Nation’s capital. Only key to survive is to live.
God is your heavenly father and a
spirit. God is always right, never wrong.