A poem by Frederic John, a.k.a. “The Cowboy Poet”
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A poem by James Davis about the Stanley cup.
Flegette Rippy writes about memories of his real father.
A letter from Moyo Onibuje to his daughter on father’s day.
A father’s day poem by Evelyn Nnam, an artist/vendor.
Street Sense Media artist/vendor Leonard Hyater writes to his father on father’s day.
Alice Carter, A.K.A. “Baby Alice”, writes about her father.
Street Sense Media artist/vendor tackles the question: What is a fathers’ duty?
Street Sense Media artist/vendor speaks about life in this poem.
The broke monkey, who all the other monkeys looked down on, was rich in spirit. A short story by Michael Craig.
Street Sense Media artist/vendor Melody Byrd writes about her life.
Artist/vendor Reginald Denny discusses the process of transforming self-inflicted pain and loathing following life’s mistakes into a will to fight and improve the human experience.
A poem by artist/vendor Laticia Brock about balancing the financial and emotional struggles of homelessness.
Part one of “The Black Fields Chronicles: The HOBO,” a fiction story based on the reality of homelessness.
Children learning about homelessness at Tenleytown Library.
Frederic John, “The Cowboy Hockey Poet,” shares is support for the Washington Capitals ahead of game five for the 2018 Stanley Cup final.
A poem by James Davis supporting the Washington Capitals as they approach game five.
Artist/Vendor Ken Martin is proud to be in Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau’s campaign brochure, believing she deserves re-election
An ode written by Artist/Vendor Patty Smith to express the love for book character Raggedy Ann
No spoilers: Artist/Vendor Leonard Hyater went to see “Avengers: Infinity War” and felt perplexed by the plots.