The Patricia Handy Center for Women, which closed earlier this year to repair long-standing plumbing, power, and air system issues, has actively been used by the DC Department of Human Services as a shelter since March 2021.
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Homeboy, a resident of D.C. experiencing homelessness, lost nearly all of his possessions in an encampment clean-up.
Vendor Frederic John shares a poem about one of DC’s most well-known areas.
The new documentary “Check It,” directed by Dana Flor and Toby Oppenheimer, follows the rise of the first known all-LGBTQ gang.
The temperature continued to rise as a crowd gathered inside the 5th & K Street Busboys and Poets on Monday, July 20. Over 100 local… Read more »
On Monday, July 20, residents of Museum Square gathered atthe 5th & K St. Busboys and Poets to offer their voices in the fight tomaintain their home. As a fully subsidized housing complex, Museum Square offers housing to many low-income residents. Andy Shallal, owner of Busboys and Poets, moderated the event and encouraged those in attendance to actively participate in the fight to save Museum Square and celebrate the work already being done.
A look at Street Sense and what it means to be a vendor
A former Street Sense vendor reviews a local DC sports bar.
A vendor article describing Street Sense’s field trip to a Washington Wizard’s Basketball Game.
Artist/Vendor Carlton Johnson reviews Legal Seafood’s Chinatown location.