On Aug. 20, benches adjacent to and across from New York Avenue Presbyterian Church were removed due to illicit activities.
Abrams Hall is the first completed part of the Walter Reed Medical campus redevelopment in Northwest D.C.
PREVIOUSLY: When we were last with Gerald in his hometown of New Orleans, he was on the streets running with his new friend Minew, and… Read more »
A writer is similar to a doctor. A good doctor gives you an opinion based on the evidence. You may not like the fact that… Read more »
It’s been clear for at least the last decade or so that the GOP views as legitimate only those election outcomes that favor their team…. Read more »
I have said it a thousand times: It can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime. We see it every day: the homeless on the street, the… Read more »
I’m a life-long D.C. resident who remembers when we marched down Pennsylvania Avenue to the monument grounds in the freezing rain, saying to the world… Read more »
Thompson-Bey discusses the possibility of a World Series victory bringing Washington D.C. together.
Real science I feel like a ghetto lab rat Real science My favorite teacher had a bad habit Real science She was a victim of… Read more »
Every card stacked against you. What do you do first? Pray to God. Go hard. Then come up with a vision. A desire, a plan. … Read more »
Xavier Justice shares his road to recovery from addiction with the help of Veterans on the Rise’s flexible program.
‘K2’ or synthetic marijuana is ravaging D.C. with a series of overdoses.
It is 10:30 a.m. on a Thursday at the NoMa encampments, several communities of people living in tents at the K, M, and L Street… Read more »
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Joe Jackson talks about the validity of his job at Street Sense Media.
What is good without bad? What is sadness without happiness? What is life without meaning? A black hole. Loose and about. A wandering… Read more »
When I have a problem I’m all by myself. all my “friends” put knives in my back. I live in a lonely world, just… Read more »
TO: Mayor Muriel Bowser FROM: Pwezzy Village and Citizens of Tent City RE: Us DATE: Sept 4 Dear Mayor Bowser: Why do I yell… Read more »
I grew up living in Baltimore City. When I was 18, I was independently living until I turned 21 when I aged out of foster… Read more »
I believe that it is very important to help inform people about what is necessary to obtain housing. I think that one of the most… Read more »
Josh Hayes spent the past 11 years making this documentary about homelessness.