Artist and vendor Faith Peace welcomes D.C. tourists for the summer.
Artist and vendor Eric Thompson-Bey shares his mental health journey and how the pandemic has affected his mental health.
Artist and vendor Reggie Jones shares his frustrations about selling the paper to certain customers.
Artist and vendor Don Gardner shares a poem about drugs and religion.
Artist and vendor Warren Stevens shares a note to Street Sense readers about his hopes for the summer.
Artist and vendor Patty Smith shares a nice interaction she had.
Artist and vendor Carlton Johnson shares a poem about happiness.
Artist and vendor Levester Green shares the news of his latest book and a little bit about how he started getting into art forms through Street Sense.
Street Sense artist and vendor Anthony Carney wishes his daughter a happy birthday and shares a poem (author unknown) celebrating her.
Artist and vendor Sybil Taylor reflects on her experiences with her late father who passed away 6 years ago.
Artist and vendor Frederic John reflects on his experiences and friendship with the late Jackie Mason.
Street Sense Media vendors share their thoughts on friendships and friends.
Artist and vendor Queenie Featherstone shares a poem about her wish and need for housing.
Artist and vendor Brianna Butler recounts her trip to the Smithsonian National Zoo.
A poem about a cell phone theft that represents the loss of personal memories and meditates on the dishonor of theft.
Street Sense Media vendors reflect on their dreams.
Artist and vendor Amia Walker processes recent increased gun violence in D.C. and reflects on how the community should look to its children to prevent these events in the future.
Artist and vendor Ron Dudley, a.k.a “Pookanu” writes a part 2 to his 2018 poem “Put Down the Guns” after increased recent gun violence in D.C. killed Nyiah Courtney, who was 6-years-old.
Artist and vendor Mary Sellman talks about her gratefulness as people return back to work after having to stay at home due to Covid-19.
Artist and vendor Don Gardner shares a poem about his motivation and willingness to stay positive because of God through life’s tough times.