Vendor/artist Laticia Brock pays a tribute to her late friend, Angela Pounds.
In this poem, vendor and artist Evelyn Nnam looks forward to the new year.
Vendor and artist James Davis writes about his love of meat.
Artist, vendor and reporter Reginald Black’s poem examines the current state of the world.
Artist and vendor Marcellus Phillips shares his experience with Bitcoin.
Vendor and artist Dan Hooks examines D.C.’s marijuana policy.
Artist and vendor Jeff Taylor writes about his experience with religion and freedom in rural America.
As the homelessness crisis rages on, more resources are needed to provide daily outreach and affordable, permanent housing.
Vendor and artist Jeffrey McNeil shares his thoughts on the upcoming presidential primary.
When Reggie Cox first learned about Charlie’s Place, a local shelter, he was in urgent need of a place to stay. Now, after volunteering at the shelter, he serves as executive director.
Street Sense Media’s executive director, Brian Carome, writes about Mayor Bowser’s decision to uphold the eviction of residents of the K Street NoMa encampment.
Residents of the K St underpass in NoMa prepared to permanently move their tents and belonging. The clear out was in response to complaints by NoMa residents and the NoMa Business Improvement District.
Kirk Ellis, a co-founder of OneTribe Outreach, is gathering funds to provide cold-weather sleeping bags to anyone in need this winter.
The clearing of people and their possessions from the K Street underpass between First and 2nd streets NE will take place on Thursday, Jan. 16 regardless of weather conditions, according to Jessica Smith, a policy analyst for the Office of the Deputy Mayor of Health and Human Services.
About 50 people gathered at New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in honor of Homeless Person’s Memorial Day. An service was held by local religious leaders.
Rev. John Littlejohn offers a few of his favorite prayers.
Artist and vendor Laticia Brock uses poetry to memorialize her friend Miss Bobbie.
Artist/vendor Ronald Smoot shares the love he had for his dog as a child.
Local housing activists visited the Wilson Building to deliver budget priorities to their councilmembers.
Remembering Bernard “Chino” Dean Jr.