Six years ago, my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. From that point on, I have been going with her to some of her doctor’s… Read more »
This is the story of a Puerto Rican who is homeless in D.C., or “homefree,” as I would prefer to be considered. Directly from the… Read more »
Home is not where the heart is at Because if you’re unhappy in your home Then your keys will never become a set. So try… Read more »
It’s only because of my faith It’s only because I won’t fuss It’s only because I can’t cuss It’s only because I must believe “Still… Read more »
I love that away blue the Nats wear; it seems to keep them true. That home red used to be alright before these MAGA hats… Read more »
Now let me tell you about the W Even my city starts with a W Where we don’t take Ls Only Ws They say we… Read more »
The morning after The Nationals won the World Series, I went to work on my corner. Like every day, I aimed to give my customers… Read more »
I support the decriminalization of sex work. But I do not support decriminalization for buyers only. And that’s exactly what the Community Safety and Health… Read more »
Proverbs 3:7 says “Be not wise in thine own eyes, fear the Lord, and depart from evil.” The antidote to the poison of arrogance is… Read more »
In this life, we’re gonna have some good times and some bad times. That’s just the way it is. You can’t go over it and… Read more »
The challenging balance to designate parts of Barry Farm and to provide affordable housing compelled the Historic Preservation Review Board to defer until Dec. 5th
“One of the most important decisions on the DC Council’s plate this fall is to pass the Direct Support Professional Payment Rate Act of 2019, initiated by Councilmember Brianne Nadeau.”
Street Sense Media vendor and artist Reginald Black discusses how despite the National’s victory, the majority of D.C. still struggles.
Multiple Street Sense vendors give their opinions on bench removal in the downtown area.
Victor came slow but sure in our town Your town, my town, and Nats town Rendon sure, Soto pure; Or so we’d like to think…. Read more »
A DC street paper vendor shares what it’s like to experience homelessness.
Hope Village was granted an extension on its contract by the Federal Bureau of Prisons until Apr. 30, 2020.
Volunteers distributed more than 300 personal care kits to veterans and civilians experiencing homelessness during this “Search and Rescue” effort.
A program called Communities for Families helps families stay together and children out of the D.C. foster care system.
On Aug. 20, benches adjacent to and across from New York Avenue Presbyterian Church were removed due to illicit activities.