A Street Sense vendor shares why she loves the month of February.
Content categorized as Art
Street Sense artists celebrate the life of famed musician Al Jarreau, who passed away on February 12.
Poetry by Levester Green. “…Back at Street Sense pursuing the filming thing thanks to Bryan. D.C. unifying! I’m still applying cuz I been trying…I mean really reeling in, relying!…”
In Perception or Reality, Robert Williams reflects on the need to be aware of the reality of homelessness.
A vendor’s poem about a gray day.
A vendor describes the screening of “Mekko” and her film “Who Should I be Grateful To?” at the Smithsonian National Museum of American Indian.
A story about two mammals who help each other and learn to appreciate one another’s differences.
The Street Sense Writers’ Group reflects on surviving the cold.
In this installment of Perception or Reality, Robert Williams laments the effects of the lack of housing.
A vendor wonders whether the law will believe his side of the story.
A new invention to increase response times to health emergencies on the Metro.
A vendor’s new year’s resolutions, in four categories.
A vendor thanks important people in his life and Street Sense as he begins a new year.
A poem about life expectancy.
A poem about not making a new year’s resolution.
A story about happy hippie monkeys.
A vendor writes about how God looks out for us.
A vendor expects 2017 to be a year of new beginnings.
A vendor marvels at how quickly the year has gone.
A vendor’s reflections on faith, gratitude and heaven.