We should be hopeful about everything, including our favorite football team.
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The Mystics have made it to the WNBA finals for the very first time in franchise history! Congratulations, Washington!
Frederic John, “The Cowboy Hockey Poet,” shares is support for the Washington Capitals ahead of game five for the 2018 Stanley Cup final.
A poem by James Davis supporting the Washington Capitals as they approach game five.
A poem by Artist/Vendor Frederic John about the horse race Derby
A poem about baseball
Wendell Williams describes the riots in Philadelphia after the Eagles’ Super Bowl win, and how the lack of policing created a double standard in America.
Phillip Black describes in this piece how perseverance in hard times means falling down and getting back up, just like the Eagles’ Nick Foles did.
Vendor and artist Dwayne Butler celebrates the Eagles first Super Bowl victory in this piece.
Street Sense Vendor Vennie Hill Bracey profiles former boxer and local legend Lloyd Taylor, also known as Honeyboy.
A Street Sense Media vendor talks about money inside college and high school basketball.
A crisp haiku about baseball.
It’s not about the song. Which it could be. It’s not about the taking a knee. Not making a big to-do about a man’s right… Read more »
Amin Massey talks about major league baseball players and events that they remember happening to they’er friends.
Vendor and artist Scott Lovell shares his thoughts on the African American Museum of History and Culture.
Empower D.C. hosted an environmental brunch on Sept. 17 where activists and Southwest D.C. residents met to discuss the challenges facing Buzzard Point. Among these issues were fears about the environmental impact of redevelopment in the area and displacement. A new D.C. United Stadium is to be built in the Buzzard Point neighborhood.
A vendor profile on William Whitsett.
Vendor/Artist Wendell Williams reflects on meeting Nats pitcher Stephen Strasburg at the Del Rey Framers Market.
Columnist Arthur Johnson offers tips on free and cheap ways to stay healthy this Summer