A poem abount St.Patrick’s day
A poem about counting and religion
A poem about loss and longing
Some grassroots leaders continue to wonder if the good of Walmart will outweigh the bad. Will Walmart workers be able to live decently on the wages they receive, or will they struggle for their basic needs?
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.
City Councilman Michael Brown and the Coalition for Smarter Growth want to change the District’s standards for its workforce housing programs.
Women of Street Sense paid tribute to Joe Brainard’s literary piece “I Remember.”
On the second and fourth Saturday of every month, people start lining up outside The United Church in Foggy Bottom at 5 a.m. They come with shopping carts, shopping bags and rolling suitcases.
Georgetown University hosts an international collection of students to inovate for Street Sense
At Bread for the City’s Northwest Center, located in the District’s Shaw neighborhood, guests gathered on Feb. 16 to cut a ribbon, and to celebrate the official beginning of a much-needed new health program.
Founded in 1990 as a faith-based homeless services organization, THC, or Transitional Housing Corporation has grown into a major Episcopal housing agency.
The story of Victor Blokhine and his experiences dealing with a language barrier and being falsely accused.
Affordable housing was listed as a “top priority” of residents attending Mayor Vincent Gray’s Feb. 11 One City Summit. Less than two weeks later, at a Feb. 23 ground-breaking ceremony for a new low-cost housing development, the mayor was eager to show he had gotten the message.
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
Unmarried people do not need to prove that they have nowhere else to stay before entering a homeless shelter, a Manhattan court ruled February 22.