“People. Places. Things.” That’s Brother LC’s mantra. It’s how he explains both his journey into the streets and his journey out of them.
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Plans to hold the 2005 Homeless World Cup Soccer tournament in New York City have been scraped by organizers due to federal government policies that would have likely barred players from entering the United States.
“In spite of all the ups and downs and things I’ve done to myself,” Moses Scott says, “I’ve had a beautiful life. I don’t think I would change anything about it.”
On a hill above my city sits a small blue house through my years of winter, I’d walk past now and then, oblivious to what… Read more »
Ingredients 1 cup heavy cream ¼ cup parmesan cheese 2 eggs 1 Tablespoon garlic 4 chicken breasts 1 cup flour Salt and pepper to taste 1 Teaspoon… Read more »
It is finally tomorrow; I sit here and wish for whiskey, yearn for the silken solace of yesterday, wonder how I’ll face all these thousands … Read more »
Author Joel John Roberts’ new book is 160 pages of common sense that ought to be required reading for every American.
Mother, Mother I love you so much Your hands I cannot touch Years have passed, I still cry You left me, without saying goodbye Couldn’t… Read more »
Mother Teresa once said, “The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty.”
They are not Snowflakes, they are Daisy petals; They swirl, they drift They form Quicksilver puddles Around my feet As I search, wander, Grope for… Read more »
Welcome to this place I owned; My home, prison, university And universe. These are the same streets You trample on your way To your… Read more »
Clem Evans moves his paintbrush deftly along the side of an old wine box, transforming its surface into the nighttime lair of a white barn… Read more »